Many of you probably saw the article in today’s Post titled In Columbia Heights, Room for the Little Guys.
The article says: “The $149.5 million DC USA project is being developed by Grid Properties of New York. President Drew Greenwald said the firm will reserve 15,000 square feet, or about 11 percent, of ground-floor retail space for local and minority-owned businesses, under an agreement with the District to buy and develop the land. He will reduce rents by 30 percent to encourage smaller tenants.”
But for me it is the little touches exemplified by this photo that I hope we never lose. This wonderful women sells sugar cane, mangoes and a variety of other tropical fruits. I bought a bag of sliced mango for 2 bucks. Not bad. I certainly hope these authentic street vendors will have a place as well.
courtesy Sticky Fingers, 406 H Street, NE From an email: “As the weather warms and Washingtonians long to detach from their laptops and get out of their cramped home offices,…
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