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Archive for October, 2012

Prepared for InTowner.com by Jo Ricks / Reporting Period: August 2012

SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES (60) [condo & co-op listings follow] 0 Bancroft Pl. $1,350,000 133 Bates St. $433,000 3436 Brown St. $630,000 64 Bryant St. $415,000 417 Columbia Rd. $500,000 763 Columbia Rd. $350,000 1211 Euclid St. $770,000 2034 Flagler Pl. $635,000 81 Florida Ave. $549,900 226 Florida Ave. $599,900 984 Florida Ave. $416,000 726 Gresham […]

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The First Executive Office Buildings

By Stephen A. Hansen* An act of Congress on July 16, 1790 provided that, beginning on the first Monday in December 1800, the District of Columbia would become the permanent seat of the federal government and that suitable buildings should be erected for the accommodation of Congress, the President, and the public offices of the government. […]

Restaurant Review: Po Boy? Rich Food! = New Orleans Po Boy Shop

Every so often in the life of a DC foodie a fabulous eatery opens. Large or small makes no difference. It’s the food that counts, after all. And when you inhale the steamy fragrance of the very hot, just-made beignets dusted with confectioners’ sugar, you will sigh with indulged culinary pleasure. You’ve just eaten one […]

Will Return in November

  Editor’s Note: The writer is taking a late autumn break this month; his column will return next month.

St. Thomas’ New Church Building Plan May be Scrapped

On September 24th, following an analysis of its building campaign progress and projecting costs into the out years, it was announced that this project that had been in the planning and implementing stages for the past five years might no longer be pursued at this time. (For background, see, “Dupont Circle’s St. Thomas’ Parish Planning […]

DC Preservation League Files Interior Landmark Designation for the Historic Corcoran Gallery of Art

By Anthony L. Harvey In a bold move to thwart any prospective plans to cannibalize or alter the magnificent, purpose-built, interior spaces of the Corcoran Gallery of Art at 17th Street and New York Avenue, NW, the DC Preservation League late in the afternoon of October 1st filed an elegantly written, powerful argued, and scholarly […]

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