It\’s a huge project that will eventually mean cleaner rivers in
Washington area. D.C. Water is unveiling its $25 million machine that\’ll do the
It\’s a tale of second chances. Once home to drug users and vagrants, an abandoned home in Anacostia has been renovated and is ready to welcome new, full-time residents.
Nearly 11,000 square feet of the Anacostia Warehouse Supermarket building at 1918 14th St. SE, acquired by Vienna-based Good Hope Investments LLC in November 2012 for $2.8 million, will be converted into a 15-station outpatient dialysis clinic with the capacity for nine additional future stations.
Homebuying just got a little more complicated in the District of Columbia.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission, the D.C. Lottery and the D.C.
Department of Transportation\’s Business Opportunity and Workforce
Development Center — all currently located in various, privately
owned Anacostia buildings — will move to the renovated 2235 Shannon
Place SE once its rehabilitation is complete in roughly 12
Hospital chain MedStar Health is expanding its network of
walk-in clinics, announcing plans for two more urgent care clinics
not previously disclosed.
Metro Transit Police released surveillance photos
that may help to identify the suspected attackers
in a Metrobus stabbing early New Year\’s Day.
A lack of grocery stores and fresh food options
makes it difficult for residents of D.C.\’s Ward 8
to lead healthier lifestyles.
Lenders bought back a 4.5-acre development site in Anacostia for
$10.7 million after its owners defaulted on a loan they took out to
redevelop the property.
On Saturday, 100 artists and more than a dozen pop-up spaces will inaugurate a series of creative spaces in the commercial corridor of historic Anacostia.