Archive for February, 2010
Photo Credit: Christina Follow PQ Living via Facebook here and Twitter here. Our Flickr tag is pqliving. Here’s what we were reading last week about neighborhood news in DC. Downtown – The restaurant/dinner club Posh closed. [WaBizJo: Top Shelf] Shaw – More Convention Center hotel legal madness going on. [Renew Shaw] Mount Vernon Triangle – An inside look […]
Thanks to Cheryl and the MV Triangle blog for pointing us to this WaBizJo article stating that CBRE bought the Mass Court apartment building (300 Mass Ave NW) from Prudential Real Estate Investors. The sale price was a respectable $105.5 million. In related news, anchor tenant Radio One has pulled out of the Broadcast Center […]
UPDATE: As noted in the comments section, this event is sold out. Our friend Drew at DC Foodies tells us the event sold out in the first hour. General admission tickets go on sale today for Savor, the American craft beer & food event, which will be held at the Building Museum on June 5th. […]
We received a tip from J that West Elm is planning on closing on March 31 due to high rent. We will work to confirm the tip. Confirmed today via West Elm 15% off sale email. West Elm (1020 G St NW) opened just 2 1/2 years ago and fills a large retail space directly […]
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and these poor newspaper boxes, trash can and tree on the 400 block of 7th Street NW all fell victim to Snowmageddon 2010. It’s too bad they can’t get up on their own but we suppose that once the snow melts, a few good souls will […]
Follow PQ Living via Facebook here and Twitter here. Our Flickr tag is pqliving. Here’s what we were reading last week about neighborhood news in DC. Penn Quarter – Our good friends at The Triangle point out the liquor license application review at the ANC for Hill Country, the BBQ restaurant which will go into the former Apartment […]
Thanks to loyal PQL reader, Cheryl, for sending in the tip that Tackle Box Restuarant is looking to expand into the PQ! Currently located on M Street in Georgetown, this restaurant felt comfortable enough to announce its planned expansion into the Penn Quarter by printing it on the backside of its menu!