Archive for March, 2007
As prime real estate season gets into gear, we thought we’d bring you a few tips when it comes to looking for real estate for sale in the Penn Quarter (PQ). Like the label Georgetown, PQ now has some cachet (or brand equity as they say). Tip 1: The PQ lies in two zip codes […]
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We’d like to send a shout out to Clara Barton Dweller at Penn Quarter Life! The blog features lots of nice pictures of the neighborhood. We’re looking forward to more posts!
The MLK Library has a new self checkout machine. This blogger used it today and it was fast and easy. An added bonus (for those of you who have used self checkout at grocery stores or home depot) is it doesn’t yell at you to “PUT ITEM IN BAG.” Quick steps: Scan your borrow card, […]
The German-American Heritage Foundation is looking at acquiring the building at 719 6th St NW for use as its Heritage Center in Washington DC. The organization is in the process of raising $3 million to complete the purchase and renovation of this historical building – a campaign that is to be completed in May 2007. […]
Thanks to Becca for sending in this new pic of the activity at the old convention center site (approx. 11th & H St NW). We see that there is an additional trailer with a camera logo and Becca also notes that there are some food tents set up. Everything came together when we received a […]
If you’re in the market for a custom made tailored suit (women’s suits too), then make an appointment to see Bespoke Tailor Raja Daswani of Raja Fashions who will once again be in DC for fittings in May & June of this year. The Post’s John Kelly wrote about Mr. Daswani back in 2004 and […]