18 Feb 2015


Hill Buzz

  District Source reported that Edens Development received initial approval from the Zoning Commission (ZC) for their concept to build an Angelika movie theater and either office or residential above Union Market. In light of the proposed CSX Virginia Avenue Tunnel project, The Hill Rag examined what our local government has historically done to protect communities and historic structures from a catastrophic […]

16 Sep 2014

Hill Buzz

The 11th Street Bridge designs are the talk of interwebs: Gizmodo, Washington Business Journal, District Source, Housing Complex, and Fast Company all weigh in. City Lab examined how the 11th Street Bridge project and the streetcar project could, combined, be a key to connecting neighborhoods east and west of the Anacostia River. JDLand and The Washington […]

26 Aug 2014

Hill Buzz

ANC 6B Commissioner Brian Flahaven is urging residents to ask Mayor Gray to halt the reopening of the Southeast Freeway between Barney Circle and 11th Street. JDLand shared the latest rendering of the Capitol Quarter Community Building. Housing Complex reminded us that the comment period for the revisions to the Visitor Parking Pass Program is underway. […]

19 May 2014

Bayou Bakery Coming to Hill Center's Historic Carriage House

The wait is over: we finally know what will fill the historic carriage house on the grounds of the Old Naval Hospital. David Guas will open a second Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery this fall on Capitol Hill. If you have never been to the Arlington location, take a trip to try the authentic New […]

20 Dec 2013

Agua 301 Opening Saturday

Just in time for the holidays, the owners of Zest Bistro are opening the doors to their newest restaurant, Agua 301, at the Lumber Shed Building at Yards Park. Chef Antonio Burrell, who was previously at El Centro D.F., has created a “modern mexican menu with less than traditional touches” that has everything from “little bites” to tacos […]