A blog for the Bloomingdale neighborhood in Washington, DC.
well, at least we know who to push into the volcano to get the gods to halt the spread of this pestilence on the landscape.
Here Here, This merits an emergency response to this very worrisome and all of a sudden urgent matter. Developers can and will change the look of the streetscapes of Bloomingdale and it will happen quickly. Something must be done to address this soon or the visual damage will more widespread as developers ride on the rapidly escalating property values...even more so as McMillan gets underway. I am worried about seeing one on my own street (W) sometime soon.
Hi,I've just written Mr Bell, founder and managing partner of Beasly real estate, to complain about his company's Beastly popups and vinyl siding. I encourage everyone to do the same.
What's his email addy?
Nevermind. Here's his email. Write on, people!Jim BellFounder & Managing Partner, Beasley Real Estatejbell@beasleyre.com
And there are other ridiculous-looking popups such as the one of RI Ave NE at 3rd St NE....
and there are other ridiculosities such as the one at RI Ave NE and 3rd St.