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Archive for September, 2012

September 2012 Issue PDF

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Zoning Commission’s Third Adams Morgan Hotel Hearing Not the Last

[This report supplements this month’s main story reporting on the project (click link in Lead Stories list on home page); this third zoning commission hearing occurred following posting of the referenced lead story. A complete account of the September 13th hearing will appear in our October issue.] By Anthony L. Harvey There is no end […]

Archive ~ April 2001 – August 2012: click link below After more than 11 years and 136 monthly contributions to this space, Paul Williams has bid farewell to The InTowner as he takes up his duties as the new President of the Association for the Preservation of the Historic Congressional Cemetery. Succeeding that feature in September of 2012 is this “What Once Was” feature […]

Future Use of Historic MLK Main Library Building to be Discussed

Wed., Sep. 19 (6pm): The public is invited to attend and participate in the discussion that the Board of Library Trustees will be hosting at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library (9th & G Sts., NW) at which time a panel of nationally recognized architects and library experts will present ideas addressing the future […]

Columbia Heights Day Festival Plans Announced

Accompanying image can be viewed in the current issue PDF Sat., Oct. 6 (10am-6pm): Neighbors and others from all over who want to experience the dynamism of Columbia Heights are invited to join in the fun during the sixth annual, free Columbia Heights Day to take place on the Harriet Tubman Elementary School playing field […]


The plan was to have already been well into installing in all DC taxicabs new electronic meters incorporating GPS and credit card payment functionality. And, as in New York City and elsewhere that these meters are being used, there would be a TV-like feature that would allow passengers to track their routes — and also […]

Contentious Adams Morgan Hotel Project Logjam May Be Broken; Revised Application Before Zoning Commission Reduces Height and Bulk

By Anthony L. Harvey Images accompanying this feature can be viewed in the September 2012 issue PDF The proceedings of the September 6th early evening public session of DC Zoning Commission had a surreal rather than the usual staid flavor, including an applicant’s hallway hospitality table loaded with food and drink and stacks of brightly colored orange […]

Renovated and Expanded Mt. Pleasant Library Reopens to Great Acclaim

By Anthony L. Harvey Images accompanying this feature can be viewed in the current issue PDF Following a lengthy, multi-year design study, together with design review by the DC Historic Preservation Review Board and the federal Commission of Fine Arts, permit review by the District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, an appeal to the […]

Dupont East’s 17th Street Neighbors Gearing Up for September 22nd Event

By Stephen Rutgers* Images accompanying this feature can be viewed in the current issue PDF In a time when the airwaves are filled with political messaging we can’t forget about the 3rd annual 17th Street Festival on Saturday afternoon, September 22nd. This volunteer-run event, produced by the Urban Neighborhood Alliance and Historic Dupont Circle Main […]

Prepared for by Jo Ricks Reporting Period: July 2012

SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES (52) [condo & co-op listings follow] 28 Adams St. $530,000 118 Bates St. $585,000 50 Channing St. $431,000 712 Columbia Rd. $300,000 1315 Corcoran St. $1,250,000 1437 Euclid St. $979,000 2213 Flagler Pl. $608,500 521 Harvard St. $535,000 604 Harvard St. $615,000 607 Irving St. $624,000 1019 Irving St. $535,000 1615 Irving […]