Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan September 10, 2015 at 9:00 am 0


Cava Cavalcade — A Cava will move into part of the former Bertucci’s space at 1220 Connecticut Ave. NW. The 2,100-square-foot space will seat roughly 40 people and have online order pick-up service. [Washington City Paper]

Sweet Pad — The founders of the D.C.-based salad eatery Sweetgreen are selling their rowhouse near U Street for $1.3 million. [UrbanTurf]

Short Videos About Long Meetings — Short Articles About Long Meetings, the beloved blog created by former Borderstan contributor and ANC whisperer David McAuley, is back and under new ownership. Here’s a short video of an exchange they captured at last night’s ANC 2B meeting. [Short Articles About Long Meetings]

Development Dilemma — High-rise buildings look nice, but do they price out most potential tenants? Some evidence says yes. [Greater Greater Washington]

Park View Party — It’s block party season in Park View. This Saturday, revelers will gather at Princeton Place between Warder and Georgia NW for food, a DJ and most importantly, a bounce house. [Park View, D.C.]

What Lies Beneath — Trash, cash, strands of hair. That’s what volunteers found after cleaning up the National Building Museum’s “Beach” exhibit earlier this week. [Borderstan]


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