Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec May 4, 2015 at 9:55 am 0

Eastern Market

Navy Yard May Get D.C.’s First Winery — The New York company Brooklyn Winery is in talks to open District Winery, on Water Street SE. The company is planning a 15,000-square foot building with 450 seats indoors, 100 seats outdoors and a tasting room. [Washington City Paper; Washington Business Journal]

Apartments, New Retail to Replace H Street Strip Mall — There are new details on what will replace the H Street Connection strip mall between 8th and 10th streets NE. The complex will be torn down and replaced with 420 apartments and 45,00 square feet of new retail. Work on the development that will hit eight stories is expected to begin next year. [Washington Business Journal]

D.C. Is One of the Most Segregated Cities in America — Washington is the sixth most segregated city in the country, according to an analysis by FiveThirtyEight. The data compares city diversity to neighborhood diversity. [Washington City Paper; FiveThirtyEight]

Community Meetings — Items on ANC agendas this week include discussion of a liquor license for Nando’s Peri-Peri on H Street NE, the latest on the Eastern Market flea markets and DOT’s study on Southeast Boulevard. [Capitol Hill Corner]


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