Posts Tagged ‘adams morgan hotel’

Big-Time Philly Restaurant Group Gets Into D.C. Market; Other 14th Street News!


Midcity denizens breathed a heavy sigh when the Whisk Group gave up on the Shirt Laundry space at 14th and Q Street NW, bogged down with the cost of renovation and environmental remediation. But it didn't take long for another top-tier operator to jump on the opportunity: According to a reliable source, Starr Restaurant Group [...]

Adams Morgan Hotel to be Filed by July 29

Not much new came out of a Saturday ANC 1C planning and zoning committee meeting on the proposed Edition hotel for Adams Morgan (the design, apparently, hasn't changed significantly since it was first presented three years ago). But developer Brian Friedman did give a date certain by which he plans to file his planned unit [...]

ANC Supports Tax Abatement for Adams Morgan Hotel—With Conditions

After a four hours of public comment and deliberation, Advisory Neighborhood Commission 1C passed a resolution in favor of a property tax abatement worth $46 million for a luxury hotel in Adams Morgan, setting it up for final approval by the D.C. Council next Tuesday.
But they didn't give it away for free. In his last [...]

The Adams Morgan Hotel Tax Break: Is it Worth It?

The D.C. Council hands out dozens of long-term property tax abatements every year, and most slide from hearing to markup to vote with little public scrutiny. In fact, according to a new analysis by the D.C.-based nonprofit Good Jobs First, the District has some of the worst disclosure standards in the country for all kinds [...]