Today, Poplar Point is known mostly as a polluted stretch of empty land along the Anacostia that always seems like it’s on the brink of being developed, but for whatever reason, never quite gets there. But not many people remember that, less than a century ago, it was the site of what contemporary authorities considered a legitimate attempt to overthrow the US government. … POPLAR POINT WAS THE SITE OF A POPULIST REVOLUTION
“Despite our focus on affordable housing, people have felt left out, specifically families that already live in the District.” Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, 2017
Whether you take the bus, hop in an Uber, or walk as your primary mode of transportation throughout the nation’s capital, it is hard to NOT notice the monstrous construction cranes piercing the skyline. Almost every week, it seems as though there is yet again another crane, popping up like weeds, commissioned by the big developer names in DC. It is evident that the DC housing market is booming and developers are making the right moves to leverage this profitable trend. … McDUFFIE BILL PUSHES FOR MORE AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR DC FAMILIES
1601 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
Across the board, this French brasserie received consistently high reviews from both critics and patrons alike. Located in Logan Circle, Le Diplomate is the epitome of a classic French dining experience. … BRUNCH SO HARD
High-rise residential units, community retail, and lots of interactive green space are the highlights of several developers who have proposed ideas for the redevelopment of the parking deck at 2nd and K Streets NW in the Mount Vernon Triangle of Ward 6.