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Props to the Genius Who Invented the Garbage Can Dumpster-Chute – Also Reed Row Looking Good

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Connecticut and Tilden St, NW UIP Reno

I feel like the person who invented this should be famous. So simple yet so effective. Genius!

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Anyway, that former parking garage (and briefly part of planet pet) is looking good. Soon to be Reed Row:

“Located at the intersection of Champlain Street and Florida Avenue, Reed Row is perfectly aligned among three of D.C.’s most popular dining, entertainment, cultural and nightlife districts. Situated at the southern tip of Adams Morgan, where an abundance of restaurants and retailers await, the building is also within walking distance of the many amenities found in Dupont Circle, as well as the bustling 14th and U Street corridors.”

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Previously:

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