The new Whitman-Walker facility is done and open for business at 1525 14th Street. After spending almost $10 million to build out the space in this new building, the health center is ready to serve the public. The first floor houses a full service pharmacy and there is a dental care center in the basement. Congratulations! Read more...
SoulCycle 14th Street will replace the DTLR shop and will feature a 3,400 square-foot, 56-bike studio, home to the signature SoulCycle workout, and an expansive SoulCycle lifestyle boutique, selling SoulCycle’s original clothing collection. Additional rider amenities include full men’s and women’s locker rooms with four showers each, multiple bathrooms, and locker area. SoulCycle 14th Street will be located at 14th and U at 1935 14th Street, NW, D.C. 20009. SoulCycle 14th Street will open in Fall 2015.
It's time for the Funk Parade again this weekend. This year the parade route will include part of U Street organizers say. Last year the parade traveled above U Street. Featured this year will be many more musical groups and the Mayor will join the parade along with her supporters from every corner of DC. The parade kicks off at 5 p.m. after a day long fair at various locations in the neighborhood showcasing local businesses. See you there!
Saint Ex suffers facade damage and crews are currently trying to repair the fallen brick section. Sidewalk cafe customers must now enter from the T Street side of the building through the newly created doorway. Repairs should be completed in a few weeks. We believe that the chunk of bricks fell out because of the heavy traffic on 14th Street passing over broken pavement due to recent work by the utilities. Soon after the hole in the building was reported the city repaved the intersection of 14th and T and now there is less shaking goin' on. We look forward to a restored facade at one of our most popular eating and drinking establishments!
Just a reminder that we are a few days away from Mayor Bowser’s first State of the District Address. Here are some things to keep in mind as you prepare for the March 31st event.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Registration does not guarantee entry. Overflow seating will be available at the Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center.
No large bags or outside food in the venue.
No signs or campaign material will be allowed inside the venue.
Street parking is limited. Off-street parking will be available at the Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center located at 2000 14th St., NW on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please consider using U Street-Cardozo Metro station to attend the event.
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I have received several inquiries about New Town Kitchen and Lounge and Art Soiree. The former was located at 1336 U Street and went out of business when the owner did not pay rent and was evicted. Neighbors had been complaining about the late night noise and amplified music that was disturbing them. ABRA had cited the establishment several times for noise violations. The latter was a proposed business that was to be located on the second and third floors of the space above Floors on !4th next to Room and Board. The deal fell apart when the partnership didn't make the necessary improvements to the space in a timely fashion...so that space is now for lease.