Thanks to Chris for passing on:
— Gus Garvey (@CUAGusGarvey) September 19, 2017
Connecticut Ave between Van Ness and Upton St, NW.
Courtesy Capital Candy Jar
From an email:
“The Capital Candy Jar will be celebrating the Grand Opening of their new store and production space on Friday 09/22 through Sunday 09/24. The new store is located in the Hill East neighborhood at 201 15th Street NE, Washington DC 20002. It is on the corner of 15th and Constitution Avenue NE. (more…)
Photo by PoPville flickr user Tim Brown
Press release from our local ACNM (American College of Nurse Midwives) affiliate, please take a moment to read:
“Low-income DC women on the brink of maternity care crisis:
Two area hospitals shutting down and one drastically cutting maternal child health services, leaving many low-income women with no local options for maternity care.”
WASHINGTON, DC: A confluence of recent events have triggered a crisis that will leave thousands of Washington, D.C. women with little or no access to obstetrical care.
Policymakers have yet to address the problem. A coalition of women’s health care providers is coming together to attempt to identify ways to divert these women to other providers and identify possible resources before the District faces a wave of emergency births to women with limited to no access to proper prenatal care.
The sequence of events: (more…)
This house is located at 6930 9th Street, NW. The MRIS listing says:
“Spacious and bright bungalow on quiet, convivial block steps to Walter Reed redevelopment & metro is ready for you & your contractor to restore her cosmetic beauty! Great infrastructure, however: recently replaced arch. shingle roof, boiler, replacement windows throughout. CAC. Mix of narrow plank hdwds and vintage pine throughout. All on lush lot w/ 2-car garage- Come see for yourself!”
You can see more photos here.
This 4 bed/1.5 bath is going for $550,000.
“A peek at some of the details of the Haunted Forest.” Photo by Farrah Skeiky/Dim Sum Media
From a press release:
“Winter has come and gone for Drink Company, and the team is poised to celebrate fall and fright in PUB DREAD all October long. The season is ripe for horror, which will dominate the spaces that previously hosted Cherry Blossom PUB, Game of Thrones PUB, and Miracle on 7th Street (1839-1843 7th Street NW).
Co-owner Derek Brown says, “For us, Halloween is the perfect foil to create a pop-up space–you’ve got horror, camp and pop-culture all wrapped in one season. We’ve gone all out with this one and, from the decor to the drinks, I think Halloween heads are going to rejoice. Plus, you get to wear your costume 31 days this year, which is a total bonus.”
At PUB Dread, guests will celebrate Halloween for 31 day straight with cocktails like The Dead Will Walk the Earth and We All Float Down Here in the discomfort of The Haunted Woods and The Dollhouse. Expect plenty of frightful surprises that will challenge you to hold onto your drink. (more…)
Now I don’t like to get too political… hahahaha
They’re going for $20 here.
1208 H Street, NE
Thanks to BigJoo Groove for sending:
“Kitty’s Saloon on H closed?”
Kitty’s Saloon, featuring “Contemporary Redneck Cuisine”, opened in October 2014. Anyone hear what’s up?
courtesy TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
From a press release:
“Today, Lead Developer Brick Lane and partner, Brook Rose Development confirmed the sale of Unit 7W in the Warehouse portion of The Helicopter Factory. The Helicopter Factory is a 28,000 SF two-pronged residential development comprised of a 7,600 SF warehouse converted to two (5,100 SF and 2,500 SF) residences and 13 industrial-style luxury condominiums at 770-774 Girard Street, in NW Washington. Unit 7W appraised and closed today at $2,300,000. This appraisal and sale is more than $800,000 above the highest recorded condo sale and $700,000 above the highest single-family sale in Columbia Heights based on MRIS data.
Rendering courtesy TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
Unit 7W is 4,700 plus square foot residence housed inside the original Gyro Motor factory. (more…)
From a press release:
“As the leaves begin to fall and the temperature begins to drop, CityCenterDC has unveiled a never-before-seen installation, Autumn Forest, over Palmer Alley. Now through the end of October, visitors will enjoy thousands of autumn leaves suspended above the main retail transverse of the neighborhood, creating a warm harvest sky. Unlike the previous Palmer Alley installations (City in Bloom, Dream Closet and Summer Beach Ball) the Autumn Forest has been designed as a horizontal canopy. (more…)