Last night a reader reported around 10pm:
“possible shooting at 5th and Jefferson NW Street closed & cop looking for casings (looks like it at least).”
Other residents have been inquiring about the incident on the listserv, will update when/if MPD responds.
Also this morning readers write:
“There were at least 10 police cars on the corner and they had blocked off the Randolph Street coming off of 14th St NW. Any idea what’s going on over there? They had a fancy looking guy in a suit walking towards what I assumed was the site of the incident.”
5420 3rd Street, NW
OK so Cidery? Check. Brick Oven Pizza? Check. Revamped Jackie Lee’s Lounge? Check. Next up for Kennedy Street? Finally some info on The Library that a lot of folks have been asking about! From an email:
“A neighborhood restaurant and bar where you can browse our Persian American menu featuring kabobs, meet your community, explore new drinks, play a game or read a book.
The Library plans to be open the week of June 26th and they are currently looking for front of house staff. They can contact Meredith at [email protected]”
Stay tuned for updates. In the meantime a little taste:
116 Kennedy Street, NW
Thanks to all who sent updates from the Kennedy Street Development Corporation:
Well, we have some exciting news to report: Jackie Lee’s is returning in a new incarnation!
Partners Nick Schieber, Jason Crafton, and Amanda Kelsey, who have worked at various neighborhood bars throughout the District, plan to open a neighborhood tavern and restaurant under the name Jackie Lee’s (in homage to the former establishment).
Among other exciting things, we hear that there will be a horseshoe shaped bar, “smokehouse style” food, and weekend brunches.”
701 Kennedy Street, NW
Hot on the heels of ANXO Cidery & Tasting Room opening last weekend, hang on to your hats Kennedy Street boosters – you’re getting a wood brick oven pizzeria this Fall!!! Huge, huge, huge news for Brightwood Park (old school north country Petworth) peeps pining for pizza. All I’m told is that the name is ROTONDA and they’ll be opening this Fall. STAY TUNED.
This house is located at 235 Farragut Street, NW. The MRIS listing says:
“Near 2 METRO, shops. Bsmt accessible to physically challenged. Traditional 3 br. Recently refinished hw flrs, updated kit, ss appliances, basement has 2nd kit,full bath & w/d; walks out to deep attractive shady fenced rear yard. Detached garage needs repair. Front porch. Ornamental fireplace. Good cond. CAC + window unit. Sold as is. Total living space incl bsmt is approx 2300 sq ft.”
You can see more photos here.
This 3 bed/1.5 bath is going for $575,000.
This rental is located at 9th and Jefferson Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1400 / 1br – 500ft2 – Spacious 1 Bedroom Petworth/Kennedy St. Apartment. (5405 9th St. NW)
Spacious one bedroom apartment for rent by owner. One and 1/2 blocks from the Georgia Ave. 70 bus and 79 express bus to downtown. (more…)
The Cidery celebrates its grand opening weekend with a cider release and Catalan grilling. Credit: Farrah Skeiky/Dim Sum Media
It’s go time.
From a press release:
“ANXO Cidery and Tasting Room, the second location of DC’s first winery since prohibition, opens its doors to the public for a grand opening on Saturday, May 27th, 2017. With the opening of this cidery, the team of Sam Fitz, Rachel Fitz, Cooper Sheehan and Alex & Sara Vallcorba is joined by Cider Maker Greg Johnson. The Grand Opening weekend will include extended hours, the release of a new ANXO Collaboration Cider, and Catalan grilling on Memorial Day. (more…)
This rental is located at Illinois Ave NW at Ingraham St. The Craigslist ad says:
“$725 / 1br – Spacious Single Room in 4br House (5317 Illinois Ave NW)
One housemate is moving out in the middle of May, and we’re looking for another person to take her room. The room is available starting May 20. We are all on individual leases, and our landlady is looking for a 12 month commitment (no summer housing).
The room is on the second floor of a house about a mile from the Petworth Metro, 1.5 miles from the Fort Totten metro. Bus stops for the 70/79 to take you into DC or up to Silver Spring are steps from the door, along with bus stops for the E4 (west to Friendship Heights or east to Fort Totten). It is about 10×8 and has two large windows and a medium-sized closet. (more…)