This week's featured property is a single-family rowhome at 721 Ingraham Street NW. This fantastic home in Petworth offers original charm and character — and it won't be available for long! It’s offered by Marc Dosik and Jung-Ah Park from Help-U-Sell Realty.Read More
Latest Petworth News...
Opened in 2017, Art of Noize is a multipurpose artist and performance space that showcases artwork and creativity. They had the lease on Georgia Ave terminated when the building owner sold the building with little notice. Owner Adrian Ferguson knew he wanted to stay in Petworth and began to look for a new location.Read More
Around 4:30pm on Tuesday afternoon, a dark sedan and a dark SUV crashed into each other at the intersection of 5th and Upshur Streets NW. The SUV flipped onto its side, slamming into a parked (and unoccupied) Subaru.
The article has been updated with new information.Read More
Qualia Coffee at 3917 Georgia Avenue NW opened on May 1st 2009. Now 10 years later, the boutique coffee shop has become a strong favorite for local residents.
Qualia is celebrating its anniversary with all day discounts on coffee and a raffle for gift cards and other fun swag.Read More
If you’ve been wanting to move to Petworth and were hoping to find “that one amazing house” to find, then here you go! Situated in sought-after Petworth and originally built in 1926, 4622 4th Street NW is a meticulously designed, fully renovated 1,795 square foot home, offering 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. This house has all that you are looking for in a home. You can see it at the open house this Sunday, April 28th, 1-3pm.Read More
Do you ever find yourself walking around our beautiful neighborhood admiring the flowers, but with no clue what it is you’re looking at? Let me try to help. Welcome to the second year of "Petworth Blooming"... every month we’ll feature some of the most common plants seen around Petworth, and give a little info about each one.
This month we look at the azalea, lilac, the candytuft and more.Read More
Kathleen Brophy wants you to know how easy composting is in DC – and important.
It’s easy, Kathleen says, because the DC Government makes it easy! Under the city’s Zero Waste DC program, there are compost drop-offs at farmer’s markets in all eight Wards. Materials accepted there include fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds and tea, grains, beans, cereals, eggshells, and cut and dried flowers. Just drop off your food waste every Saturday from 9am to 1pm and be on your way.Read More
Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C met on April 10th for their regular meeting. The agenda wasn’t too full. Below are the highlights, including discussion on HRA’s cat count project, the upcoming Bikeshare station on Illinois Avenue, and more.Read More
The Department of Parks and Recreation is holding a cleanup of Petworth and Raymond Recreation Centers on Saturday, April 20th from 10am - 1pm.
The day starts at Raymond Rec at 3725 10th Street NW and will end at Petworth Rec at 801 Taylor St NW.Read More
Saturday April 27th is Independent Bookstore Day. The DC Indie stores will be decked out and celebrating all day with special deals and events (story times, author events, parties, etc.). And this year, there will be extra awesomeness: DC bookstores are hosting the first-ever Bookstore Crawl!Read More