611 I Street, NW via google maps
From a press release:
“This November, Karma Modern Indian, the upscale, innovative new Indian eatery, will open its doors in Mount Vernon Square (611 I Street NW).
Owned by Sachin Mahajan and Ricky Singh, Karma Modern Indian offers a small plates-focused dining experience, reimagining traditional Indian flavor profiles in a unique and creative way. Karma’s diverse offering of signature cocktails provide unexpected and inventive pairings to the robust menu. Designed by SWATCHROOM, local D.C. design, art and fabrication firm, the interior presents a balanced, elegant atmosphere that is authentically approachable.
The 5,000 square-foot space in the newly built 600 Massachusetts Ave building features soaring ceilings and a contemporary and globally-inspired interior, featuring several art installations that feature Indian spices, rich textiles and plaster impressions. Karma’s aesthetic balances natural and handmade elements with the elegance of grey tones and gold metal accents.
Karma will offer guests three unique experiences in the space: an elegant bar and lounge area, a vibrant main dining room, and a private dining section that will seat 30 guests. Accommodating more than 130 guests in the airy bar and main dining room, Karma’s comfortable and flexible seating areas can equally entertain intimate groups or large gatherings. (more…)
This rental is located at 1011 4th Street NW at L St NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1800 / 1br – 529ft2 – You Can Afford To Dwell Well @ The Aspen In Mt. Vernon Triangle!!
Call Mount Vernon Triangle home and live in Newest Modern Apartments in the neighborhood at The Aspen!
Come in today and check out our 1BR/1BA for only $1,800 with wood flooring throughout, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, front loading washer/dryer, and walk-in closets.
You can afford to dwell well at The Aspen!! Schedule a tour today and discover what you have been looking for.”
This rental is located at 555 Massachusetts Avenue, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2000 / 1br – Exquisite locale w/close proximity to the Capitol Hill/National Mall
• 555 Mass offers every amenity possible, located in the heart of Mount Vernon and directly adjacent to Chinatown. Just steps from public transportation, renowned restaurants, boutiques and more, this is truly convenience at its best.
• Originally a small, historic neighborhood with ethnic restaurants, markets, and small businesses, Chinatown was known for its annual Chinese New Year festival and the Friendship Arch over H Street at 7th Street. Today, Chinatown is full of new restaurants, shops, cultural centers and entertainment venues including the Verizon Center, The National Portrait Gallery and the National Building Museum. (more…)
465 K Street, NW
From an email:
“Schlow Restaurant Group is excited to announce the launch of a casual tapas inspired pop-up called Calle Cinco. Beginning on September 12 and led by Chef George Rodrigues, the menu will feature a broad selection of authentic and modern takes on Spanish-style tapas and cocktails, many of which are inspired by Chef George’s travels to and extensive time spent in Spain. Calle Cinco will operate adjacent to Alta Strada, in the space housing the tasting menu restaurant Conosci. (more…)
801 K Street, NW
From the Mayor’s Office:
“Events DC, the official convention and sports authority for the District of Columbia, announced that its Board of Directors and Apple have finalized terms and will execute the lease for a global flagship Apple store. Under the lease terms, the location of the store will be the Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square, the center of a newly transformed convention and entertainment district in downtown DC. Furthermore, a Tri-Party Agreement among Events DC, Apple, and the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. will also be executed, memorializing a co-location of Apple and the Historical Society as part of the reimagined vision at Carnegie Library.
“The partnership between Events DC and Apple demonstrates an innovative approach to preserving the historic character of our world-renowned Carnegie Library while creating a cultural experience that welcomes residents from across the District of Columbia and visitors from around the world,” said Mayor Muriel Bowser. “We look forward to the Carnegie Library re-opening its doors as a destination in DC’s Other Mall – our thriving retail center in the central business district.”
Within the signed agreement, Apple will lease a portion of the Carnegie Library, comprising approximately 18,896 square-feet of interior space. Apple will also have the same rights to program its portion of the building and grounds as agreed upon in the letter of intent. The lease term is ten years with two five-year options. The Historical Society, under its existing 99-year lease, will continue to operate its museum and library in the building, with approximately 13,000 square-feet of space on the basement level, second floor, and third floor. (more…)
This rental is located at 460 L Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2315 / 1br – 696ft2 – Call+Visit+Lease!! Move-In Ready!! Commuter+Pet Friendly!!
Simplicity is when your morning espresso, daily workout, weekly groceries and nights on the town are all right downstairs. Schedule your tour today!
This one bedroom apartment features a fully-equipped kitchen and washer and dryer in the unit.
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450 K Street, NW
Thanks to Michael for sending: “Au Revoir L’Hommage…Mucho Gusto Latin Concept.”
From the Mount Vernon Triangle CID:
“Restaurateur Hakan Ilhan has announced plans to launch a new restaurant and a gelateria shop in the current L’Hommage Bistro Francais and bakery spaces at 5th and K Streets, NW. L’Hommage and the bakery space will close their doors on Monday, July 3, after operating through the July 1 and 2 weekend.
After undergoing a complete redesign and renovation, the L’Hommage space will become a yet-to-be-named Latin American restaurant with a menu offering approachable, moderately-priced foods from Mexico, Spain and other Latin American countries. In the current bakery space adjacent to L’Hommage, Ilhan will open a separate gelateria — already named “Gelateria Dolce Vita” — with delicious #gelato made in-house with the best possible ingredients. This will be the second location for Gelateria Dolce Vita, with the other currently operating on the Georgetown waterfront. (more…)
200 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
From a press release:
“Property Group Partners (PGP) today officially announced a new partnership with Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) to establish a leading presence in Capitol Crossing–one of the region’s most ambitious neighborhood revitalization projects.
“This is the first step in an exciting and innovative relationship between Capitol Crossing and Union Square Hospitality Group,” said Jeffrey Sussman, President of Property Group Partners (PGP). “Capitol Crossing is one of the most forward-thinking and eco-friendly mixed-use development projects underway in the DC metro area and this announcement demonstrates our commitment to delivering a one-of-a-kind destination for residents.”
USHG is the proprietor of the recently reopened Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, Blue Smoke, Jazz Standard, The Modern, Cafe 2 and Terrace 5 (located at the Museum of Modern Art), Maialino, Untitled and Studio Cafe at the Whitney Museum of American Art, North End Grill, Marta, Porchlight, and Daily Provisions. USHG also includes Union Square Events, a catering and venue hospitality business, and Hospitality Quotient, an organizational consulting business. Shake Shack, a separate public company founded by Danny Meyer, now has nine locations in the Washington metro area. (more…)
1005 7th Street, NW
The liquor license applications says:
“New Restaurant specializing in burgers. Entertainment Endorsement with Dancing. Total Occupancy Load is 326. Sidewalk Café with 48 Seats.”
Washington Business Journal reported in March:
“Visitors to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center will soon have another dining option near the venue: The Capital Burger, a more casual spinoff of the high-end Capital Grille.”
7th and New York Ave, NW
801 K Street, NW
“Apple officials say they plan to restore the building to its original grandeur and outfit Carnegie as a place to hold a slate of free, open-to-the-public concerts, art exhibitions, workshops for teachers and coding classes for children.
The ultimate goal, of course, is to sell more iPhones and iPads. Where the Carnegie Library once housed the city’s book collection, Apple plans a “Genius Grove,” a tree-lined sales floor where company reps will demonstrate how to maximize Apple products for music, photography or other passions. What long ago were reading rooms would become places to browse and sample Apple products.
The company is scheduled to present its plans to the neighborhood Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Monday evening.”
Read the full report here.