Thanks as always to realtor Kevin Wood for compiling this monthly list of home/condo sales for PoPville. Click below on “December 2019 Sales” for the full list of sales in PDF and excel formats.
3230 11th Street, NW
Thanks to Nita for sending from 11th Street in between Bad Saint and Room 11: “Apparently they tore down the building.” Anyone know the plans for the former Hair Salon here?
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“Bernie the Bernedoodle (@thedistrictbernedoodle)
“Lucy is a longtime Mt. Pleasant tortie. She spent 88 days in a cage at the DC animal shelter before she was adopted.”
via google maps
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Sexual Assault Unit have announced an arrest has been made in an Assault with the Intent to Commit First Degree Sexual Abuse offense that occurred on Friday, January 17, 2020, in the 800 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, Southeast.
At approximately 10:10 am, the suspect approached a female victim at the listed location. The suspect physically assaulted her with the intent to commit a sexual assault.
On Friday, January 17, 2020, 47-year old, Perry McGrier of Southeast, DC, was arrested and charged with Assault with the Intent to Commit First Degree Sexual Abuse.”
This rental is located one block from Logan Circle. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1095 Large room w/High Ceilings, 1 Block from Logan Circle Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user Caitlin Faw
Have you heard any reports of a man around LeDroit Park that will knock on doors, telling the story of how he is homeless and trying to start a job as a dishwasher but keeps missing his start date because he doesn’t have the right shoes? Read More
Photo: Rey Lopez
From a press release:
“Today, chef Pepe Moncayo announces a February 8 opening for Cranes, his first U.S. restaurant and sake lounge exploring the intersections of Spanish and Japanese cuisine via Mid-Atlantic ingredients. Cranes will debut its Spanish kaiseki menu for dinner service in Washington, D.C.’s Penn Quarter neighborhood at 724 9th St. NW in the former Ruth’s Chris space. The 12,000-square foot restaurant has 50 bar seats, a main dining room that seats 175 and a private dining room that can seat up to 25 people. Cranes will be open seven days a week and offer a weekday happy hour, with lunch to follow shortly after opening. Chef and co-owner Pepe Moncayo comes to D.C. most recently from Singapore, where his restaurant BAM! is a standout, and brings an impressive resume that began with his culinary upbringing in Barcelona, where he worked with famed chef Santi Santamaria as well as Javier and Sergio Torres. Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user Eric P.
Ed. Note: If you are one of the good samaritans please email me at [email protected] so I can put you in touch with OP thanks!
I’m reaching out to see if you can post to help find more information about two good samaritans who administered CPR and saved my friend’s life at the Columbia Heights metro station on Monday, 1/6.
My friend, a woman in her late 20s, was traveling home from work and collapsed inside the station at about 6:00pm after suffering sudden cardiac arrest. She has been recovering in the hospital since then, and is doing well now.
Last week, we were able to meet the paramedics who responded to the event and they told us that before they were able to get to the station, fellow commuters were the first to respond and immediately started administering CPR. After learning that, I also spoke to the station manager who was on duty that night, and to someone who I noticed had tweeted about the event. Both described the commuters who first responded as two women, and they think one or both of them may have been medical professionals, because someone had a stethoscope out. Read More
Estate — the newest addition to The Yards neighborhood — is now offering tours for those seeking an unparalleled level of sophisticated living.
The collection of studio to two-bedroom boutique residences offers striking views of the waterfront, elegant Parisian-style accents and a carefree spirit that’s inspired by the French joy of living, joie de vivre.
Residents will be able to select from two thoughtfully curated home-styles. Estate’s Chalets and Villas are designed with a wealth of natural light and warm wood accents that pay tribute to the artisans of French luxury. Residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows, soaring ceilings, keyless entry, spacious kitchens equipped with Caesarstone quartz countertops, walk-in closets, in-unit washer-dryer and much more.
Photo by PoPville flickr user Erin
Wendy asks: “since you have been posting several “Best (food option)” around town, can you ask the community, where to find best French Toast? Not soggy, not covered in fruit or fruity syrup but yum yum worthy. Places have pancakes & waffles, looking for French Toast. THANKS!”
Thanks to JP for sending from S st and 11th/ Vermont NW on Friday. Anyone know if they switched them on yet?