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Archive for February, 2016

Our Report on Dupont West’s P Street Strip Lauded

I love your P Street article! Very balanced, positive, and well researched.  I am going to share it with our Board of Directors. [Ed. note: See, “Is P Street Stagnating or in Transition? Recent Trends & Investments Indicate Positive Outlook; Streetscape and Building Upgrades Good Indicators,” January 2016 issue pdf, page 1.] Bill McLeod, Executive […]

February 2016 Issue / March issue PDF to post on the 11th

Prepared for InTowner.com by Kevin McDuffie & Staff of Coldwell Banker Dupont/Logan ~ Reporting Period: January 2016

The area covered by these listings is bounded by Rock Creek on the west, Upshur Street on the north, North Capitol Street on the east, and Massachusetts Avenue/M Street on the south. SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES (40) [condo & co-op listings follow] 49 Bryant St. $810,000 505 Columbia Rd. $579,000 1787 Columbia Rd. $1,200,000 954 Florida […]

Restaurant Review ~ Momofuku / 1090 I St., NW

If you are paying attention to DC’s food hullabaloo, you know that folks have gone wild over the opening of Manhattan’s food empire, Momofuku and its various destinations right in CityCenterDC. Even before its official opening, its DC presence challenged the hungriest to be on-site when the doors did open. If you have read about […]

February Issue PDF & All Web Pages Except Real Estate Sales Now Uploaded; Real Estate to post within 24 hours

“Dignified, restrained, and well-proportioned”: the Making of the District of Columbia Municipal Building

To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each Matthew B. Gilmore* Recently Mayor Bowser was quoted saying, “Sometimes people exaggerate, but it’s probably the worst building in our entire portfolio,” referring to the Metropolitan Police Headquarters in the Henry J. Daly Building. This is quite a comedown from its heyday when […]

Is P Street Stagnating or in Transition? Recent Trends & Investments Indicate Positive Outlook; Streetscape and Building Upgrades Good Indicators

Accompanying images can be viewed in the February 2016 issue pdf By Larry Ray* The District of Columbia is booming, welcoming approximately 1,000 new residents each month. Many neighborhoods are popping to the point of being unrecognizable. Examples include Brookland, H Street, Southwest Waterfront, NOMA, U Street, Mt. Vernon Square, among others. The District has […]

Opposition to Former Comet Liquors Building in Adams Morgan Based on Review of Recently Withdrawn Plans; Owner to Submit Revisions

Accompanying images can be viewed in the February 2016 issue pdf By Anthony L. Harvey Controversial plans for the redevelopment of the 1815 Columbia Road site presently occupied by a small commercial building formerly housing Sid & Bernice Drazin’s Comet Liquor and Delicatessen have been withdrawn, says developer daughter Lisa Drazin, and will soon be […]

Metro: Fixing Deplorable “Customer Service” Needed

Four weeks ago this writer was trapped on an immovable object –- a Red Line train headed to Friendship Heighta. Having arrived at the Dupont Circle station and proceeded down to the platform to await the train –- in more than ample time to reach Friendship Heights, a nine-minute ride, it was then that there […]

February issue PDF now posted; on-line content to post within 48 hours