Today’s rental is located in NoMa. The Craigslist ad says:
“$3490 / 3br – 2400ft2 – Limited Time Discount! Large Classy Place 2400 sq ft: 3.5 bd 4 bath NW
HUGE 3-level house with 3 private rooms and 4 bathrooms
**UPDATE** entire house reduced to only $3490 for anyone signing a lease within the next few days.
Flexible lease terms. Contact for more info.
Room 1: MASTER BEDROOM
Room 2: PRIVATE SUITE
Room 3: ENGLISH BASEMENT
4: Large glass office / den (more…)
Ed. Note: I saw it all set up in full glory after coming off an Amtrak last night but I had two crying kids with me and couldn’t take a picture – it was glorious though. GLORIOUS!
— UNIQLO (@UniqloUSA) October 10, 2017
And blessing to Brent for sending this great dockless find last week: “Left INSIDE Union Station, in front of the forthcoming Uniqlo.”
This rental is located at 60 L Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1789 / 600ft2 – HUGE 600 sq ft studio w/ 200 sq ft patio + 12 ft ceilings
Ive happily lived in this apartment for over a year and just signed a new lease a few months ago thinking the home buying process would take some time. Instead, I’m closing at the end of October, so I’m looking for someone to take over my lease of a huge studio in a luxury building with two rooftop pools, two gyms, and a bunch of other amenities. (more…)
Capitol Phil reminds us:
“ICYMI (I did): Strip of 12 businesses being renovated on 5th in Florida Mkt to be steakhouse from Le Diplomate guy. Seems really big.”
Back in June we learned that Stephen Starr was bringing St. Anselm, “New Restaurant offering steakhouse cuisine from the grill with 150 seats”, with restaurateur Joe Carroll. They anticipated opening “early next year”. STAY TUNED.
Jennifer sends the photo above yesterday afternoon:
“These were taken from North Cap and N (ish), looking south.”
From the NoMa BID:
“A new mural will soon appear at the top of the AVA NoMaapartment building’s western wall. The artwork, by American artist James Bullough (jamesbullough.com), who lives and works in Berlin and has several murals around the District, will be completed in early October.”
Jonathan posted this morning:
— Jonathan M. Rogers (@JRogers202) September 22, 2017
Updates when the mural is finished.
We are so excited to partner with @hirshhorn to present the world debut of a new large-scale public-art mural by artist @yokoonoofficial, on the 6th Street wall of the Market. Created exclusively for Washington, DC, Ono’s new work “RELAX. YOUR HEART IS STRONGER THAN WHAT YOU THINK!” compels us to step outside of our everyday lives and consider the power of the heart over the restrictions of the mind. #unionmarketdc #hirshhorninthecity #yokoono
Sure, it’s always great to have public art, but I feel like it’s kind of a missed opportunity for something vibrant and by a local artist…
Interested to see what the community has to say. The comments on Instagram are generally positive.”
According to Union Market’s Instagram:
“We are so excited to partner with @hirshorn to present the world debut of a new large-scale public-art mural by artist @yokoonoofficial, on the 6th Street wall of Union Market. Created exclusively for Washington, DC, Ono’s new work “RELAX. YOUR HEART IS STRONGER THAN WHAT YOU THINK!” compels us to step outside of our everyday lives and consider the power of the heart over the restrictions of the mind.”
1240 4th Street NE view from Florida Ave
Thanks to a reader for passing on the official word from Trader Joe’s (announced Tuesday):
“We’ve consulted our maps and compass and have found a terrific location for a store in Washington (Union Market District), D.C. Our Crew is working hard so we can open our doors in 2018. We’ll continue to post new details about the store and its opening here, so please check back for updates.
Date & Time Opening:
TBD in 2018
1240 4th Street NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
We look forward to seeing you!”
“Remove plants” hahaha
111 K Street NE
It’s that cool building that hugs the metro tracks near Union Station:
Still also standing by for:
625 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
4235 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016″
From a press release:
“Fans have traveled far and wide for experimental and barrel-aged beers from The Bruery since the independent craft brewery opened its doors in Orange County in 2008. From homebrewing roots and an unassuming corner unit in a business complex that housed the company’s first brewhouse and Tasting Room, the company has methodically grown its footprint and capabilities. This includes the build out of three distinct brands – The Bruery, Bruery Terreux and Offshoot Beer Co. – in addition to state-of-the-art enhancements in brewing and production, expansion into new markets and opening a second Tasting Room at the sour & wild Bruery Terreux facility.
The company has a reputation for pushing boundaries, such as creating a new category for bourbon barrel-aged imperial stouts, one that hovers around 20% ABV, and Society membership programs for fans to connect with their favorite breweries on an even deeper level. But there is one thing that the company has never been bold enough to attempt: establishing a brick-and-mortar presence east of the Mississippi. That is, until now.
This fall, The Bruery is branching out and bringing beer directly to the East Coast by opening a premier retail store that’s within driving distance for thousands of fans of independent craft beer. Located in the heart of one of Washington, D.C.’s most exciting urban villages, The Bruery Store at Union Market District will provide easy access for Society members to pickup online purchases, along with onsite bottle and can sales, rotating taps for growler fills, merchandise and gifts for the general public. (more…)