This lot is located at 606 Butternut Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Available LAND in DC! Build that Home on this Lot located in the Historic district called “Takoma DC”. Blocks from Historic Takoma Park, MD, & Takoma METRO Station. METRO bus stops within walking distance. The Lot measures approx 60 wide & 100 ft deep with a rear entrance for Parking if desired. A Fabulous Location nestled between established Homes. Owner RE Licensee. Offers reviewed Nov 30″
This house is located at 100 Tuckerman Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Fabulous renovation and ready for your buyer. This semi-detached home features an open floor plan with lots of light, hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 full baths, finished walk out basement, a deck and so much more. Close to Takoma metro and easy access to downtown DC.”
“My cat Odin is missing and I am wondering if you could post about him? He went awol from 8th and Fern NW Tuesday night. No collar, no chip. He’s pretty friendly and is seen here DJing. Please note that he doesn’t like to be picked up.
The rotisserie chicken was very tasty. Reports from the Takoma listserve on the tacos were positive. Someone on the listserve also reports that the hours are 11AM-9PM, closed Tuesdays. No website yet so I attached a photo of the menu:
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Featured Property: 422 Butternut St NW #T-6
Legal Subdivision: Brightwood
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Brightwood
Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 2 Basement: No Parking: Assigned
Monthly fee: $350.00
Square Footage per tax record: 907 Original List Price for this listing: $319,900
List Price at Contract: $319,900
List Date: 08/12/15
Days on Market: 7 (Same unit was previously listed this summer and did not sell at that time) Settled Sales Price: $317,900.
Seller Subsidy: $9,537.
Net price per square foot: $339.00
Settlement Date: 10/2/15
Transaction type: Standard
Located at the eastern edge of NW DC that brushes up against Takoma Park, Maryland, this condo prices significantly lower than most of the downtown DC units profiled in Good Deal or Not Revisited (GDoN-R). Whereas units in downtown locations tend to price in the $500’s and $600’s per square foot for recently renovated buildings, this terrace unit came in at $339. per square foot, and that was not even including the assigned parking space. (more…)
This unit is located at 304 Aspen Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“DELIGHTFULLY DECO unit, freshly painted and w/ gleaming hardwood floors & sun-drenched DR, invites you to come stay awhile! Newer appliances, granite counters, handy study nook – all just 1 block to Takoma metro, 2-3 blocks to farmer’s mkt, restaurants & shops! Steps to Takoma Community & Aquatic center, tennis courts. In-unit washer & dryer. You’ll love living here! Open Sunday, 10/11 1-4PM”
After much deliberation and with the safety of our vendors and visitors our highest concern, we have decided to cancel the Takoma Park Street Festival this Sunday, October 4th, 2015 due to conditions related to Hurricane Joaquin. Winds, ground saturation and street conditions were considered in coordination with City of Takoma Park officials when making this decision. We appreciate your understanding due to these extenuating circumstances and looking forward to seeing you next year. Save the date: Sunday, October 2, 2016.” (more…)
This unit is located at 343 Cedar Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Two level condo with open floor plan. Conveniently located within walking distance to Takoma Metro, local shops and restaurants. Underground parking for two cars as well as a large dedicated storage space. Beautiful kitchen with upgraded appliances, granite countertops, open to dining room. Lots of windows with an unobstructed view of the city!”
This rental is located at 812 Fern Place, Northwest. The listing says:
“Takoma DC lifestyle ! 0.5miles from Metro (Takoma). Spacious bright home with modern comfort, a large yard & deck to entertain. Large kitchen & bathrooms, living w/fireplace, 3 large bedrooms, 2 full Baths upstairs. Rec room + full bath downstairs. Jacuzzi tub in Master BA. Hardwood floors. Large parking pad for 2 cars on the back. Available Nov 1st. Owner is Real Estate Agent.”
“There was a massive police response at the Takoma Metro Station at about 9:55 AM today, roughly 8-10 vehicles with lights and sirens, officers running into the station with some apparent urgency. Any idea what that was about?”
One witness writes:
“Wondering if anyone has info on an incident that happened around 10am at the Takoma metro station – I was on a train headed towards Silver Spring when the doors opened at Takoma a young African American male flung himself into my train car about 2 feet from me screaming “HELP ME! HELP ME!” there was a woman on top of him screaming “GET DOWN ON THE GROUND!” and then I noticed the gun in her hands.
She was in plain clothes – though the way she was talking made me think she was police (she never identified herself as police though) and she had a gun in her hand as she was wrestling with the male.
I ran to the back of the train car and huddled with the other passengers while this went on for a good 5-10 mins. She was screaming for the train operator to close the doors but he couldnt because the male was trying to crawl into our car to get away from the woman.
Finally he got the doors closed and we pulled out of the station leaving them there on the platform.”
Replying to a listserv inquiry MPD wrote:
“Metro Transit Police Officers needed assistance with subduing a suspect. MPD officers arrived on the scene to assist.”
Update from Metro Transit Police:
“Shortly before 10am a Metro Transit Police officer was pursuing a subject for fare evasion. The subject became violently combative with the officer and the officer called for back up. Additional MPD and MTPD units responded. OC spray was deployed and both the officer and subject were treated for exposure. An arrest was made.”