5501 14th Street, NW via Swampoodle’s facebook
There are a lot of rumors swirling around the 16th St Heights neighborhood that the people behind Boundary Stone are taking over the Swampoodle space. Their sponsoring the Kennedy Street Festival only strengthened those rumors. Have you heard anything about this? Something you can get to the bottom of?”
BREAKING: One of the owners of Boundary Stone is indeed in negotiations to take over the Swampoodle space at 14th and Colorado Ave, NW. Now keep in mind the negotiations are still ongoing but if I was a betting man I’d say there is a very, very good chance this will happen. STAY TUNED for many many more details if/when it does.
Last night a reader reported around 10pm:
“possible shooting at 5th and Jefferson NW Street closed & cop looking for casings (looks like it at least).”
Other residents have been inquiring about the incident on the listserv, will update when/if MPD responds.
Also this morning readers write:
“There were at least 10 police cars on the corner and they had blocked off the Randolph Street coming off of 14th St NW. Any idea what’s going on over there? They had a fancy looking guy in a suit walking towards what I assumed was the site of the incident.”
701 Kennedy Street, NW
Hot on the heels of ANXO Cidery & Tasting Room opening last weekend, hang on to your hats Kennedy Street boosters – you’re getting a wood brick oven pizzeria this Fall!!! Huge, huge, huge news for Brightwood Park (old school north country Petworth) peeps pining for pizza. All I’m told is that the name is ROTONDA and they’ll be opening this Fall. STAY TUNED.
This house is located at 235 Farragut Street, NW. The MRIS listing says:
“Near 2 METRO, shops. Bsmt accessible to physically challenged. Traditional 3 br. Recently refinished hw flrs, updated kit, ss appliances, basement has 2nd kit,full bath & w/d; walks out to deep attractive shady fenced rear yard. Detached garage needs repair. Front porch. Ornamental fireplace. Good cond. CAC + window unit. Sold as is. Total living space incl bsmt is approx 2300 sq ft.”
You can see more photos here.
This 3 bed/1.5 bath is going for $575,000.
This rental is located at 9th and Jefferson Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1400 / 1br – 500ft2 – Spacious 1 Bedroom Petworth/Kennedy St. Apartment. (5405 9th St. NW)
Spacious one bedroom apartment for rent by owner. One and 1/2 blocks from the Georgia Ave. 70 bus and 79 express bus to downtown. (more…)
via google maps
“On 5/13/17 at approximately 11:24pm officers received a call for the sounds of gunshots in the 1100 block of Allison St. N.W. While canvassing the block they located 3 shell casings in front of 1114 Allison St. N.W. There were no injuries or damage to property.”
“There was a shooting in the 1300 block of Allison Street NW shortly after 8:00 this morning. It is believed that this is a domestic violence situation. The case is still under investigation. Anyone with information relating to the shooting please contact the Fourth District Detective Office at (202) 715-7506.”
This rental is located at Illinois Ave NW at Ingraham St. The Craigslist ad says:
“$725 / 1br – Spacious Single Room in 4br House (5317 Illinois Ave NW)
One housemate is moving out in the middle of May, and we’re looking for another person to take her room. The room is available starting May 20. We are all on individual leases, and our landlady is looking for a 12 month commitment (no summer housing).
The room is on the second floor of a house about a mile from the Petworth Metro, 1.5 miles from the Fort Totten metro. Bus stops for the 70/79 to take you into DC or up to Silver Spring are steps from the door, along with bus stops for the E4 (west to Friendship Heights or east to Fort Totten). It is about 10×8 and has two large windows and a medium-sized closet. (more…)
A reader reported around 6:30pm Monday night:
“About 10 shots fired. They hit two homes. Street blocked off between Gallatin and Farragut”
“At approximately 1823 hours, the 4th District received a call for the sounds of gunshots in the 5000 b/o 5th Street N.W.
Upon MPD arrival, members discovered shell casings on the street and one on the front porch of a house in the 5000 b/o 5th Street N.W. A closer examination of the shell casings revealed that the shells in the street were a different caliber from the shell casing located on the front porch.
Members also discovered that three house sustained minor damage as a result of the shots being fired. (1 window and drain gutters)
4th District members canvassed the area for witnesses and learned that a group of individuals were sitting on the front porch of the house in the 5000 b/o 5th Street N.W. One of the individuals on the porch, who also lives at the location, was identified. While this individual and his friends were on the porch, another male or group of males approached on foot. Words were exchanged and shots were fired.
We believe at this time that an individual on the porch exchanged gun fire with the individual(s) on the street due to the location of the shell casings found and different calibers.
Detectives are interviewing the person on the porch who lives at the location at this time. The individual is being very uncooperative.
Detectives are in the process of obtaining a search warrant to check the inside of the location for one of the weapons involved in this incident.”
via google maps
“Alert: Shooting at 1104 hours in the 4000 block of Arkansas Ave, NW. Lookout for S1: H/M; S2: B/M, wearing a black and white Helly Henson jacket, black pants, and white tennis shoes last seen in a black sedan bearing Maryland tags.”
Update from MPD:
“On today’s date at approximately 10:58 A.M., the fourth district police officers responded to the 4000 Block of Arkansas Avenue, NW, DC, for the sounds of gunshots. Upon arrival, they located an adult male suffering from a non-life threating gunshot wound. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment.
The suspects fled the scene in a Black vehicle (prior to the arrival of MPD) at a high rate of speed in an unknown directions.
Anyone with information related to this offense is asked to call the Metropolitan Police Department’s Command Information Center at 202-727-9099.”