Posts Tagged ‘mount vernon triangle’

Chatter: Parks and Procreation

What you said about what we said last week
Is D.C. making the same mistake in Mount Vernon Triangle that it made in NoMa? In last week’s Housing Complex column, Aaron Wiener argued that developers and planners erred by not incorporating public parks into NoMa as the neighborhood developed, an oversight currently being repeated just to the [...]

District Line Daily: Pigskins by a Snout

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How about those Pigskins? The team narrowly beat the New York Giants last night, 17-16, which [...]

D.C.’s Worst Neighborhood Name, Revealed, Again

We made it through SoMo and the GaP. NoMa's even gotten pretty handy. I'm confident that we as a city can survive this shortened-name craze. Which is good, because it doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon.
Prince of Petworth reports that the Shaw listserv is pushing a new shortened neighborhood name for the area south [...]

Neighborhood Watch: Are New Proposed Tax Bills for Mount Vernon Triangle Condo Associations Taxing?

The Issue: Condo associations in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood are none too pleased with a proposed initiative of the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR). Under a pilot program, OTR would send one lump-sum tax bill to each condo association, rather than individual bills to each condo owner. So what? Condo associations don't [...]