Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas August 1, 2016 at 9:20 am 0

Stop sign knocked over at 8th and O streets NW in Shaw

Cops Nab Man Suspected of Yoga Studio Burglary Spree — Police have arrested a man wanted in burglaries of 10 yoga and Pilates studios in Northeast and Northwest D.C. [Washington Post]

Reincarnated Passenger to Open This Month — Shaw bar The Passenger, which closed down in January 2015, is set to reopen this month at 1539 7th St. NW. [Washington City Paper]

Bonfire on 19th Street Sues Former Landlord — Bonfire, the fire-themed restaurant that opened in April at 1132 19th St. NW, has filed a lawsuit against its former landowner, Michael Zacharia, who according to the suit, sold the eatery’s building without giving Bonfire right of first refusal to buy the property. [Washington Business Journal]

Developers Release New Renderings of Blagden Alley Micro Units — Developers SB-Urban and Rooney Properties have released updated renderings of their planned 123-micro unit building in Shaw’s Blagden Alley. [UrbanTurf]


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