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Archive for July, 2018

Where did Washington DC’s 1950 Population of 800,000 Live?

To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each By Matthew B. Gilmore* In 1950 the United States federal census recorded the population in the District of Columbia at 802,178 — Washington’s high population milestone. Today, as Washington’s estimated population crosses the 700,000 mark and may surpass 800,000 in 2025, we might […]

Line Hotel in Adams Morgan Receives its Final Certificate of Occupancy

Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau’s spokesperson informed The InTowner late Friday, the 27th, that with the issuance of the C of O city “agencies can begin their audits to determine if the hotel is meeting the requirements of its $46 million tax abatement.

Reporting Period: June 2018 ~ Prepared for by the Dupont Circle office of Century 21 Redwood Realty

The area covered by these liSt.ings includes the northweSt. DC neighborhoods primarily of Adams Morgan, Mt. Pleasant, Columbia Heights, North Columbia Heights, Petworth & Park View; WeSt. End, Dupont, Scott, Thomas & Logan Circles; Dupont EaSt., U St.reet, Shaw, Le Droit Park, Bloomingdale & Mt. Vernon Square. SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES [46] [condo & co-op liSt.ings […]

July 2018 Issue / August issue pdf to post on the 10th

Restaurant Review ~ Tredici Enoteca / 2033 M St., NW

Located on the mezzanine of DC’s St. Gregory Hotel, this small, chic eatery features a menu replete with such bolstering fare as crab pasta, sweet pea and truffle ravioli, pork Milanese, and pan-seared salmon. Starters launch meals with such tidbits as Israeli couscous, Moroccan spice ribs, and fried goat cheese. Plus, of course, the wine […]

Bloomingdale Neighborhood’s Farmers Market Now Open Through Mid-November

This now well-established neighborhood feature sets up every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of the Big Bear Café at 1st & R Sts., NW and takes over in the short block of R Street between 1st and Florida Ave. which is across from the newly renovated playground. The market draws residents […]

Bicycles, Scooters, and Us Walkers on Sidewalks

In an otherwise positive commentary in the June 20, 2018 Washington Post on the rapid proliferation of dockless bicycle options and the sudden motorized scooter craze, the writer noted, “Walk down any street in downtown D.C. and you will see them: electric scooters and dockless bikes — parked everywhere and nowhere in particular.” More recently, […]

Councilmember Insists Line Hotel Must Keep its Promises; Agencies on Notice to “do Their Jobs”

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the July 2018 issue pdf By William G. Schulz Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau is drawing a line in the sand for the Line Hotel DC in Adams Morgan to be held to the terms of its whopping $46 million tax abatement agreement with the […]

Sale of Long-Time Soho Tea & Coffee to New Local Owner Assures Continuity on P Street

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the July 2018 issue pdf By Larry Ray* On May 30, 2018, Eduard Badalyan received his new Group Soho business license and closed on the sale of Soho Tea and Coffee at 2150 P Street, NW, Dupont Circle. The new owner asserts that they will […]

19th Annual Mid-City Dog Days 14th and U Streets Sale Event Set for Weekend of August 4th and 5th

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the July 2018 issue pdf By P.L. Wolff Mark your calendars and get ready for a weekend of local shopping, eating, sipping, listening, and people-watching, filled with special offers and promotions being offered by over 100 businesses during what is DC’s largest ever sidewalk sale,  from […]