Tag Archives: Parking

Neighborhood in the News

What do presidential processions, PEPCO, and parking have in common? They all made the news in Tenleytown this week. We’ve pulled together some interesting stories you might have missed.

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Can’t Say They Weren’t Warned

If you ever wondered if American University actually monitors whether its contractors are following parking restrictions in the neighborhood, we found some proof they do as we drove by the future home of the Washington College of Law this morning. Two vehicles parked on the 4100 block of Warren Street had paper notices plastered to their windshields and driver-side windows alerting their

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AU Campus Construction, Student Conduct on CLC Agenda

American University’s two major construction projects feature prominently on the agenda for this evening’s quarterly meeting of the AU Community Liaison Committee. David Dower, Assistant Vice President of Planning and Project Management, will provide an update on progress at the future site of the Washington College of Law on Tenley Circle, as well as plans for construction at the East

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Work to Begin on Former Babe’s Site

After standing vacant for almost eight years as a dark black eyesore in the heart of Tenleytown, the former Babe’s Billiards site is set to begin its transformation early next week. Douglas Development Corporation, which owns the site, recently received a raze permit, and Project Manager Andrea Gourdine confirmed in an email that the “raze crew is expected to mobilize next

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UPDATE: Safeway Development Off ANC-3E Agenda; Bike Lanes, Tenley WinterFest Added

Discussion of a planned mixed-use development at the Tenleytown Safeway has been pulled from the October 10 Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E agenda.  A delay in the preparation of a Planned Unit Development (PUD) application led to the revision.  According to ANC-3E Chairman Jon Bender, Safeway now anticipates filing an application in November or December.  The ANC will take up the

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Mixed-use Development, Liquor Licenses, Parking on ANC-3E Agenda

Discussion of a planned mixed-use development at the Tenleytown Safeway site tops the agenda for the October 10 Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E meeting.  Previous discussions on the Safeway project have been spirited, to say the very least, as developers, residents and commissioners have sought to find some kind of middle ground on issues of height, density and traffic mitigation. Neighbors

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