This rental is located at 10th and G Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2450 / 2br – Large & sunny newly constructed 2 bdrm+den 1 blk fr H St/2 1/2 bths
Sunny, large, and recently constructed two bedroom PLUS DEN townhouse located on a quiet street convenient to Union Station shopping/METRO and steps from the Atlas District/H Street nightlife. (more…)
Well this is bizarre, Halal Guys opened on H Street back in May. (Dupont remains open.) Thanks to John for sending word on Friday:
“Halal Guys On H Street NE closed for good last night. None of the employees packing up knew what happened, any scuttlebutt?”
814 H Street, NE
Updated photo from Ali
Ed. Note: Our last Megabus mess was April 26th.
Thanks to Tony for sending (and others for tweeting) from H Street, NE between 6th and 7th. It appears 3 cars were also hit.
UPDATE: Streets are closed in both directions on H Street NE from the 600 block through the 900 block. pic.twitter.com/cVwZl2PTSk
— DC Police Traffic (@DCPoliceTraffic) June 23, 2017
This house is located at 624 15th Street, NE. The MRIS listing says:
“FIRST OPEN SUN JUNE 11TH 2-4 PM. Beautifully updated Victorian in hip H street corridor with 1,574 finished sq/ft of living with 3 bedrooms plus bonus room, 1.5 baths including storage basement and rare off street garage parking! New paint, chef’s kitchen, ss appliances. This home won’t last long!”
You can see more photos here.
This 3 bed/1.5 bath is going for $719,000.
This rental is located at 625 H Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2196 / 1br – 735ft2 – Large One Bedrooms avaliable at Luxury ~ Anthology~ on H Street (625 H Street N.E.)
Luxury Residences With the Vibe of H Street
Anthology. It’s a collection of things. Materials, textures, people, experiences, ideas. And here, it’s your collection. When we decided to create Anthology, we wanted to make something that was more than just a place to live. We wanted to create a community that truly reflects the culture of H Street and makes an effort to be part of the neighborhood, from arts to music to food to all the little things that may go unnoticed but make an experience what it is. That, and be a really, really nice place to live.
1234 H Street, NE
From an email:
“On Sunday, June 11, Toki Underground will partner with Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken to host a one-day-only collaboration pop-up at the H Street ramen shop. The restaurant, which is normally closed on Sundays, will open for the pop-up from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The special menu will feature collaborative dishes, like a black sesame glazed doughnut, scallion biscuits & tonkotsu with Kimchi cream cheese, and a Toki Monster doughnut, which is made with a bourbon and angostura glaze with cured and spiced bacon bits. The menu is available on a first come, first served basis while supplies last, and guests will have the option of enjoying in the restaurant or ordering for take-out. Full menu details with pricing can be seen below, and photos can be found here. The regular Toki Underground menu offerings will not be available during this time.
Additionally, Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken will also sell the Toki Monster doughnut for $4 each at the G Street location only in limited quantities on Sunday, June 11. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for your time.
Food Menu: (more…)
via google maps
MPD tweeted Sunday at 3:30am:
“1st District is working a confirmed shooting in the 1400 block of H Street, NE.”
1220 H Street, NE
This could be very cool – the liquor license placard for Dynamix Lounge, right next door to Sticky Rice, says:
“New Class “C” Tavern featuring poetry and spoken word and offering alcoholic beverages. Total Occupancy Load of 75. Offering Live Entertainment, which includes Dancing and Cover Charge.”
1116 H Street, NE
Thanks to Taylor Gourmet for the update on their greased alley:
“We’ve been power washing the alley as we are waiting for a new grease tank coming next week.”
I’m hoping you could bring attention to the enduring issue of grease spills in the rear of 1116 H st NE, ie the alley in the back of this property of Taylor Gourmet.
Yesterday afternoon they spilled more grease and it’s been tough to get the city to take any real action to prevent further incidents.
I would also highlight that even though the business has been reopened for three months, It remains in a state of disrepair in the top two floors. See a photo taken this morning attached below.”
OP includes responses from the District: (more…)