Photo by PoPville flickr user Victoria Pickering
I live in a two-unit condo and have had a very difficult relationship with our one and only neighbor. I tried to keep it as civil as possible and avoid conversation unless absolutely necessary, but there are times when I am extremely frustrated or disappointed ( I am sure my neighbor too is). Any advice how to manage a small HOA and if there comes a point where the two parties cannot agree on important issues, what should one consider doing?”
Anyone know of professional mediation services in D.C.?
This rental is located at 1730 P Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2138 / 1br – 1 Bedroom Apartment for Rent -2 Blocks from DuPont Circle
Unfurnished 1 bedroom apartment for rent – 2 blocks from DuPont Circle Metro
High ceilings; hardwood floors; exposed brick; fireplace; bay window; available on or about August 1
RENT: $2,138 / 2,238
OPEN HOUSE: 11A.M. – 2 P.M. on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 1730 P Street NW (No Appointment Necessary)”
Photo by PoPville flickr user [email protected]
My husband and I need to move from our 9th Street rental as it is being sold and are looking for a new rental that allows rabbits. We have four house rabbits and while I have found quite a few “pet friendly” places, they are really only friendly for dogs and cats. In order to find something in a reasonable time frame, we would like to use a realtor to reduce the stress of this already stressful situation. I am looking for suggestions of real estate agents or realtors or whatever they are called who knows the Petworth, Takoma, Takoma Park, Silver Spring areas who will deal with the tenant side of renting.”
Photo by PoPville flickr user Eric P.
I wanted to post the following question: Does anyone know of any spin studios or gyms in northwest DC where classes are less than $25 each?”
Unrelated: This awesome photo came up while I was searching ‘spin’. Couldn’t keep it all to myself:
Photo by PoPville flickr user Kevin Wolf
I was sitting on my porch on Warder St NW the other morning and heard a very loud crash a few doors down. I went to investigate and saw a light pole had fallen and smashed a car. A contractor was parallel parking a van and a ladder attached to the roof bumped the pole. No big deal – contractor’s fault. The scary part is the second two pictures. The pole is supposed to be held in place on the base with nuts and bolts. If you look at the very rusty bolts, you can tell that there obviously haven’t been nuts on them in a very long time – maybe years. That means that the bolts were just sitting in the holes and the entire pole was just balancing on the base. It kind you wonder how many of these giant light poles are barely attached and a danger. There’s no way a ladder bumping into the pole should have brought it down.”
Updated photo from Ali
Ed. Note: Our last Megabus mess was April 26th.
Thanks to Tony for sending (and others for tweeting) from H Street, NE between 6th and 7th. It appears 3 cars were also hit.
UPDATE: Streets are closed in both directions on H Street NE from the 600 block through the 900 block. pic.twitter.com/cVwZl2PTSk
— DC Police Traffic (@DCPoliceTraffic) June 23, 2017
City living just blocks from the Fort Totten Metro, luxury townhomes from $599,990, brought to you by Comstock.
From Totten Mews, a new townhome development, you’re less than a mile away from the green, yellow, and red lines at Fort Totten Metro Station. In fact, it’s just 939 steps — we counted!
With the Metro Station’s access to both downtown D.C. and Silver Spring, and nearby the Metropolitan Branch Trail—an eight mile paved stretch for cyclists and runners that connects D.C. with Maryland—Totten Mews is a model for transit-oriented development.
Located at 4900 Puerto Rico Avenue, each home at Totten Mews has 2,100 square feet, features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a powder room. There are nine-foot ceilings on ground and second floors.
The kitchen features a side-by-side multi-cycle insulated dishwasher, microwave/hood combination with exterior venting, and gas range with convection oven–all from Whirlpool with Energy Star rating. There are granite countertops and designer cabinets with chrome knobs, pan drawers, and trash cabinet.
A one-car garage has direct access to the home — with garage door openers and two remotes — and a rear porch provides space for outdoor entertaining.
Within a couple miles from Totten Mews, you’ll find a Walmart, Ace Hardware, Home Depot, and Giant Grocery Market; and just a few minutes drive gets you to Indian cuisine (Woodlands Restaurant), vegan (NuVaga Cafe), Mexican (Lauriol Plaza), Laotian (Thip Khao), French (Bistro Bis), and Wiseguy Pizza, among others—a foodie footprint that’s expected to grow as development in the area continues.
And yes, there’s a Starbuck’s nearby.
Prices start at $599,990. Check out a decorated model at an Open House this Saturday, June 24th, from 11-6.
This house is located at 6914 Willow Street, NW. The MRIS listing says:
“Estate Sale. Lots of potential. Three level contemporary home in Takoma Park DC. Vaulted, beamed wood ceilings. Split Level property. Needs Repairs. Sold As-Is. Estate will make no repairs. Clean out of property will be the responsibility of the Purchaser. Inspection for buyer’s info only.”
You can see more photos here.
This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $505,000.
5830 Georgia Ave, NW
From the BBQ Bus Smokehouse:
“Please join us for a special neighborhood preview of the BBQ Bus Smokehouse on Saturday after the Kennedy Street Festival.
On the menu: BBQ Sundaes. One of our special occasion favorites, we’re serving it for just one day and for the special price of $2.11 to commemorate the year we opened the BBQ Bus food truck.
We look forward to being part of the neighborhood! Hope to see you soon.
DATE: Saturday, June 24
TIME: 3:30 – 5:30 pm (After the Kennedy Street Festival)
WHERE: BBQ Bus Smokehouse, 5830 Georgia Avenue NW
2301 Bladensburg Road, NE Photo by PoPville flickr user kellybdc
From an email:
“Starting this Saturday, Mason Dixie will officially be available for delivery on Caviar. To celebrate the launch, Mason Dixie will offer free delivery and the first 40 customers who order a chicken box or bucket will receive a complimentary freshly-baked chocolate chip cookie (Saturday and Sunday only).
Additionally, the team will launch a new and improved menu this weekend, featuring their signature fried chicken available all day, every day and breakfast available all day on Saturdays and Sundays. New seasonal salads and sides will be offered, like creamy Chicken Salad, on a bed of fresh greens, carrots, cucumber and tomato served with a mini biscuit.
Check out the new menu: MasonDixie-2017-June-Menu (PDF)
If all of this excitement wasn’t enough, Mason Dixie is proud to announce that the installation of a new set of flash fryers means less wait time, and more product availability throughout the day.”