Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan May 24, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

BRIEF Dupont Metro station

Red Line Has Metro Meltdown — If you took the Red Line to work today — and that’s a big if, considering wait times of up to 30 minutes forced many potential passengers to give up — you’d know it was a mess. Why? Two words: single tracking. Trains shared a track between Grosvenor and Friendship Heights and Van Ness and Dupont Circle due to reported “track problems” earlier today. [Washington Post]

Sushi Eatery Opening in Shaw — A new sushi eatery from the owners of Capitol Sushi and Sushi Ogawa will reportedly replace the former Seasonal Pantry space in Shaw. [Washington City Paper]

New Renderings for 965 Florida Ave. NW — The developers behind the forthcoming mixed-use building at 965 Florida Ave. NW have released new renderings for the project. Though the designs are roughly the same, the new renderings show a slightly tweaked penthouse and different angles. [Washington Business Journal]

Film Fight! — Though Landmark Theatres — which owns Atlantic Plumbing Cinema and West End Cinema — and film giant Regal Entertainment have since February sparred in court over film distribution rights, both chains will screen the new X-Men film. [Washingtonian]


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