Archive for October, 2006
The same local artist, Sean Hennessey, who recently transformed a bland Penn Quarter condo into an HGTV feature is having two of his sculptures shown at DC’s City Hall tonight (along with several other local artists’ works). Sean is also hosting an Open Studio party on Sunday November 12, from 1 – 6 pm. Details […]
If you look at our handy residential map in the right column of this blog, you’ll notice that there aren’t any residential buildings between 10th St and the White House. We noticed in the last few issues of the Downtown BID’s construction report (pdf) that SJG Properties was planning on renovating the Woodward office building […]
PQ Resident’s excellent piece about neighborhood architecture was featured today in The Washington Post’s Express.
We’ve observed workers going in and out of the future locations for Bedrock Billiards/Comfort One/Ecco Shoes. We though we’d also bring a high altitude view of the fence that was recently installed outside of these locations.
We’ve wanted to touch on architecture and what better day than a Sunday, when open houses abound and WaPo’s real estate section is a prominent part of the Sunday Post. Just as Adolph Cluss had an architectural influence on Washington in his day (the late 1800s), it looks like Esocoff Architects will have its influence […]
Construction still abounds in Gallery Place and a lot of it is near residential units. Some of the active sites include an office building at 6th and G St, an office building at 9th and E St and residential construction along Mass Ave. We thought we’d simply provide a place today for people to share […]
Greg writes in to let us know that the Posh Restaurant & Supper Club (730 11th St, NW) is showing up on OpenTable. Sure enough, another source confirmed that it will open tonight (Friday). It is housed in the restaurant formerly known as Ortanique and the first table we could find on OpenTable was on […]