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Archive for April, 2019

Reporting Period: February 2019 ~ Prepared for InTowner.com by the sales brokerage of The New Washington Land Company

4114 Arkansas Ave. $770,000 407 Columbia Rd. $495,000 1504 Columbia Rd. $1,037,000 1007 Fairmont St. $808,700 1317 Florida Ave. $1,179,000 724 Harvard St. $849,800 540 Hobart Pl. $550,000 745 Irving St. $730,000 433 Irving St. $775,000 735 Kenyon St. $650,000 634 Kenyon St. $755,000 1124 Lamont St. $900,000 445 Luray Pl. $680,455 406 N St. […]

April 24 ~ Shaw Main Streets Event to Showcase Neighborhood’s Restaurants & Bars

Wed., Apr. 24 (7-9:30pm): To be held at the Howard Theatre (620 T St., NW), this year’s annual celebration of the best food and drink Shaw’s restaurants and bars have to offer is back for an evening of stellar cuisine, cocktails, and beers from 26 chefs, restaurateurs, mixologists, and brewers. (To see the list, click […]

April 27 ~ Heurich House Museum to Host Frühlingsfest, a Spring Garden Festival 

Sat., Apr. 27 (12-4pm): Celebrate spring blooms in the museum’s Castle Garden with local beer from Atlas Brew Works and delicious food from Rockland’s BBQ. Guests can get their hands dirty reviving and beautifying Sonny Bono Memorial Park, which sits across the street from the museum and just south of Dupont Circle; in a lesson […]

Restaurant Review ~ High Street Café / 1303 Wisconsin Ave., NW

High Hopes for this newcomer. Picking out newcomers in the DC restaurant scene overwhelms dedicated foodies. New ones seem to stream in and open up — and with luck, they will profit and stay around. That’s the foodie hope for this Georgetown newbie. Opened at the end of last year by Manuel Iguina, this eatery […]

Masonic Temple Development Opponents Pin Final Hope on Empty Land Argument Before the HPRB

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the April 2019 issue pdf By William G. Schulz  Dupont East residents who have been hoping to derail plans for a new rental apartment building project behind the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in the 1700 block of 16th Street, NW had their hopes dashed at […]

DC’s New RFP Process Credited for Former Hebrew Home Project Planning Success; Community Input Had Priority

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the April 2019 issue pdf Ward 4 Councilmember Brandon Todd recently told The InTowner, “I have been impressed and pleased with the depth and breadth of community input that the [Office of Planning’s] Our RFP process has fostered throughout the Hebrew Home redevelopment project. The […]

American Geophysical Union’s Newly Redone Building to Impress at Dupont Village’s Gala

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the April 2019 issue pdf By Lois F. Berlin* Hosting the Dupont Circle Village’s 11th annual major fundraiser on the evening of Friday, April 26th, dubbed a “SOLAR-bration,” will be the American Geophysical Union where attendees will have the opportunity to see its recently and […]

The Mayor’s Budget Raises Many Red Flags

In testimony before the DC Council’s Committee of the Whole on March 25th concerning the Mayor’s proposed fiscal year 2020 budget, DC Auditor Kathy Patterson had this to say: “Mr. Chairman, the budget before you is not fiscally responsible. I applaud the Mayor for her cautionary statements at her swearing-in on January 2, 2019, and […]

April 2019 Issue / May issue pdf to post on the 10th

April 2019 Issue PDF

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