This house is located at 4307 38th Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2-4. Great center hall colonial on corner lot in Cleveland Park. 4BR & 2BA up. Open kitchen-family room which overlooks large back yard with garage. Private screen porch off living room with patio. Close to shopping and restaurants. Easy commute to MD, DC & VA.”
It kinda reminds me of what someone in the 1950s would think the future will look like. What do you guys think of the new student center at UDC? Certainly an improvement over what it used to be – maybe a fitting tribute for Marion Barry after all…
Huge score for Van Ness. Not a sentence I think I’ve ever written before. So I gotta say it again, huge score for Van Ness and the new Park Van Ness building. Actually two big scores. First from a press release Soapstone Market:
“Tracy Stannard and John Fielding, creators of Broad Branch Market in Chevy Chase, DC are excited to announce a new concept in Van Ness delivering Spring/Summer 2016. Soapstone Market, an urban grocery and bar with indoor and outdoor cafe seating, will feature prepared foods, grab and go items, baked goods, butcher, seafood and deli counters, an espresso and coffee bar, a beer and wine bar and a fast casual concept where customers can pick from daily offerings to dine in or take away. Like BBM it will be an old time marketplace with modern influences providing a vibrant atmosphere for the local community to gather.
Located in the Park Van Ness building at 4465 Connecticut Ave. NW.”
“Chef Fabio Trabocchi is betting on another D.C. spot. The chef and his wife, Maria Trabocchi, have signed a lease to open a pasta-focused restaurant called Sfoglina on Connecticut Avenue NW near the Van Ness Metro station on the Red Line.”
By this time next year, the restaurant’s Capital Theater sign, the ET kids and the Kindergarten Cop poster will be gone, and so will the Burger King restaurant and building at 4422 Connecticut Avenue, NW. Going up in its place, says ANC 3F Commissioner Malachy Nugent, will be a new building housing a different restaurant: Chick-fil-A.”
“The exhibition will take place on the Van Ness of UDC – 4200 Connecticut Ave, NW
The directions to the are:
Van Ness Campus
From I-495 North: Head north on I-495 N/I-95 N. Make a slight left onto I-495 W (signs for Interstate 495 W/Beltway/Silver Spring). Take Exit 30 to merge onto US-29 S/Colesville Rd/Columbia Pike toward Silver Spring. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto 16th St NW. Turn right onto Blagden Ave NW. Turn left onto Beach Dr NW. Turn right onto Tilden St NW. Turn right onto Connecticut Ave NW. The campus will be on the left.
From Downtown DC: Head east on Ellipse Rd NW. Turn left onto 16th St NW. Turn right onto Constitution Ave NW. Turn right onto 17th St NW. Continue onto Connecticut Ave NW. Slight left to stay on Connecticut Ave NW. The campus will be on the left.”