Archive for December, 2006
We find more evidence that Oyamel is on track to opening in the New Year. After all, they’re hiring ! The website indicates they’ll open their doors in late January 2007.
WaPo ran a balanced piece today on PN Hoffman’s plan to use the air rights over the First Congregational United Church of Christ at 10th and G Streets to build a 140 unit building while rebuilding the church for the congregation in the process. The lower floor(s) will house the church and the upper floors [...]
Until the New Year begins in earnest, we won’t be posting as often but we will be checking the mailbag. If there is something you think is worth mentioning, don’t hesitate to send us mail at gpliving (at) gmail.com. We want to thank everyone for staying tuned to GP Living and wish everyone a wonderful [...]
As it rains today, we’ll share this pic taken several days ago of the Reynolds Center courtyard roof. Looks like it’s complete! We’re excited to see what lighting the Smithsonian brings in to illuminate the roof at night.
Reading the comments on Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space’s 6th & F St NW post, I am reminded of dl004d’s fun commentary, Call Of Mall: Suburban malls combine the best of the big-city experience (intersecting streets and storefronts at every turn) with the suburbs (air conditioning and tons of parking). That’s why I enjoy [...]
Gallery Place/Penn Quarter residents have had a few rough encounters with amplified speech. But, the incidents arguably have not been as bad as residents in the blocks surrounding 8th & H St NorthEast! For those who haven’t heard of it before, every weekend there is a group of “preachers” that stand on the corner of [...]