A reader sent me info about a one day discount program at Lunar Massage. I have limited internet access this week so I didn’t read the message until the program was sold out. But I like the cleverness of the Mars versus Lunar aspect of the ad and thought I’d share that below:
Douglas Development has posted a space for lease sign on the 3 bay garage at 624 New York Avenue NW. This property is part of Jemal’s assemblage on Square 451 for which Paul Millstein presented the development concepts for last November to the MVSNA membership.
Is this movement on the part of Douglas merely an exercise to avoid being assessed at the vacant property rate? Considering Executive Auto Detailers recently invested money to renovate the exterior of their Jemal owned property (607 K Street) on the same square, signs point to new construction being far off.
WHEN: May 29 to July 5. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon – 1 a.m.; Sundays, 12 noon – 10 p.m.; closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
WHERE: 55 M Street SE (at Half Street) in D.C.’s Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. Right above the Navy Yard Metro ballpark exit (green line), a block from Nationals Stadium.
WHY: This tradition of transforming raw space into an explosion of art started right here in D.C., and no one does it up quite like us! http://artomatic.org
The Spring 2009 edition of WalkingTownDC is this upcoming weekend.
Mount Vernon Triangle Development Tour
Saturday, May 30th, 1 – 2:30 pm
Sunday, May 31st, 1 – 2:30 pm
Meet and end at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., 801 K Street, NW (south side entrance)
Walk the up and coming Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood to learn about the new construction and the history of this forgotten neighborhood. Walk past the remaining historic buildings, discuss about market forces that lead to its decline, and current revitalization. You may also have a chance to visit a new condo, office building, or historic church. Led by Executive Director Bill McLeod and presented by the Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District.
The Executive Auto Detailers recently gave the exterior of their building (607 K Street NW) a new look. I don’t think the light blue was the best possible choice but the overall look is cleaner and represents an improvement.
The Executive Auto Detailers website offers lists the following prices:
Super Hand Wash & Complete Interior Cleaning
Car – $135 small | $145 regular | $150 Large
Truck – $150 small | $160 regular | $170 Large
Ultimate Hand Wash w/Wax & Complete Interior Cleaning
Car – $150 small | $160 regular | $170 Large
Truck – $170 small | $180 regular | $190 Large
2 Step Wax Treatment & Complete Interior Cleaning
Car – $175 small | $185 regular | $195 Large
Truck – $195 small | $215 regular | $225 Large
3 Step Wax Treatmemt & Complete Interior Cleaning
Car – $195 small | $205 regular | $215 Large
Truck – $215 small | $225 regular | $235 Large
Chinatown: Restoration work on the Chinatown Arch will begin on June 1 and last approximately 8 weeks. [PQLiving]
Downtown: Word from DDOT is that Fourth Street and the Chinatown Park will be included in the CBD Streetscape upgrade project. [DCDNA]
Downtown: Miles Groves outlines the steps for working with DCRA on violations of the Trash Collection Noise Abatements Act. [DCDNA blog]
NoMA: A planned “virtual” traffic circle where Florida Ave, New York Ave and 1st Street NE meet is tongue-and-cheekily being coined “Dave Thomas” circle due to the presence of a Wendy’s on the central parcel. [Washcycle]