1431 P Street, NW
And so goes the P Street retail roller coaster. Thanks to Alisha for the heads up.
This unit is located at 1527 12th Street, NW. Ed. Note: Oh man, this is that old church?!?! Wowza.
from our archives back in 2014
The listing says:
“One of a kind residence at this newly convrtd historic Logan Circle church! Luxury living w/ wide oak hrwd floors, high end finishes & incredible architectural details. Exp brick & custom built ins. Huge wood windows for great city views. Gourmet kitchen w/ SS Dacor appliances & custom soft close cabinetry. Porcelain & marble tile baths. Private Parisian style balcony! Parking avail for sale.”
You can see more photos here.
This 1046 square foot 2 bed/2 bath is going for $799,900 ($240 monthly fee.)
This house is located at 1457 Swann Street, NW. The Bright MLS listing says:
“Renovated row home with a legal 1 bedroom rental(c/o) ,, Upper level is a open floor plan with 2 bedrooms 1.5 bath with 2 fireplaces , hardwood on the main level ,10′ ceilings on main level – SS appliances, deck off kitchen leads to backyard with parking .Lower unit is a 1 bedroom with fireplace and c/o. There a deep lot plenty room for a car .”
You can see more photos here.
This 3 bed/2.5 bath is going for $1,385,000.
1317 14th Street, NW
From a press release:
“Co-owners and close friends Vipul Kapila, Chef Sanjay Mandhaiya and Chef Shankar Puthran announce the soft opening of Pappe (pronounced pah-pay), an Indian neighborhood restaurant, at 1317 14th Street, NW in Washington, DC. As part of the soft opening week, all guests will receive a 15% discount as the staff and team work on perfecting food and service. This special discount will be available during soft opening from June 4 to June 10.
Photo by Reema Desai
Pappe’s menu, overseen by Chef Sanjay and Chef Shankar, is mostly Northern Indian in flavor with some items from the South. Offerings include familiar appetizers such as Samosas prepared traditionally with potatoes and served with tamarind and cilantro-mint chutneys, Crab Pav – a Goan style crab cake and Vegetable Uttapam a dosa-like dish served with sambar, coconut and garlic chutney. Entrees feature standards like Chicken Tikka Masala, alongside Junglee Laal Maas – bone-in goat with garlic tomato chutney and red curry and Allepey Fish Curry – Chilean seabass with coconut, curry leaves and green chilies. Vegetable entrees come in full-size as well as half-size/side portions and include Palak Paneer – spinach, garlic and paneer, Vegetable Korma – seasonal vegetables in Korma sauce, and Chana Pindi – slow-cooked chickpeas in roasted spices. (more…)
1720 14th Street, NW
The Meatball Shop is coming to the former Cork space next to Peregrine.
“New Restaurant serving a seasonally-focused menu, five types of meatballs, selection of sauces, veggie sides and handmade ice cream sandwiches. Live Entertainment will be provided only for special events. Total Occupancy Load of 80 with seating for 74. Sidewalk Café with 8 seats.”
Check out The Meatball Shop’s NYC menus here.
15th and Church Street, NW
A worker on scene told me they should be open by the first week of June and a peek inside shows they are just about ready to roll:
“Milk Bar will open its third location in D.C. in Logan Circle, right at the corner of 15th Street and Church Street NW. Located at 1525 15th St. NW, the 2,382 square-foot bakery will be the largest Milk Bar bakery to-date, serving as the bakery’s flagship location in the region. Housed in a former auto-mechanic shop, the Logan Circle outpost will feature Milk Bar’s first baking classroom in D.C. and second nationwide, and it will be the first shop with seating for guests to dine in-store and in an outdoor courtyard.”
Photo by PoPville flickr user angela n.
I live at 14th and N, NW. Right now 14th street is undergoing its seemingly annual construction. I have to walk down 14th St in those 2 blocks between N and P several times a day. The harassment is driving me out of my mind. It seems especially bad this year. Yesterday I was on my way to teach a yoga class and three workers had a conversation around me, “Ooooooh, here’s a skinny bitch.” “Yeah but she got a fat ass.” “I’d f**k her.” Imagine hearing something like that around 4 times a day, if not more.
It’s a gauntlet. Add to that the drunken tourists in the evenings screaming ridiculousness and it wears a woman down. There’s not really another route to take without going a few blocks out of the way, and I still have to walk through their line of comments to get where I’m going or get home.
I know this is the song as old as time, but it’s gotta stop. Is there anyone at the city to report this to? What action is there to take? Or do readers at least have clever lines to shut them down cold?“
15th and Church Street, NW
I continue to get a ton of inquiries about what’s going on here so thanks to Jessica for sending the updated photo “Looks like it is opening soon at 15 and Church.”
Back in February Milk Bar confirmed a Logan Circle location:
“Later this year, Milk Bar will open its third location in D.C. in Logan Circle, right at the corner of 15th Street and Church Street NW. Located at 1525 15th St. NW, the 2,382 square-foot bakery will be the largest Milk Bar bakery to-date, serving as the bakery’s flagship location in the region. Housed in a former auto-mechanic shop, the Logan Circle outpost will feature Milk Bar’s first baking classroom in D.C. and second nationwide, and it will be the first shop with seating for guests to dine in-store and in an outdoor courtyard.”
Updates when we get an exact opening date.