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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Capitolbop: HR-57 Opening Delayed

Local jazz blog Capitolbop reports that inspection related delays have pushed back the anticipated opening date for HR-57. According to the post the final inspection should take place on Friday. So hopefully the club will be open and operating out of 816 H Street very soon.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not surprised i would just love to have it open by the summer. Good Luck Hr-57

Anonymous said...

Very soon = in the next 3-6 months.

dumpz4us said...

anyone hear about Toki Underground's opening? seems like that has been forever and a day now?

Annoyingmous said...

Wait, what? Something involving DCRA has experienced a delay? YOU'RE PUTTING ME ON!!!

oboe said...

Just in case you missed it:

Anwar Saleem, executive director of H Street Main Street, a nonprofit established in 2002, as a voice for businesses and residents along the H Street corridor, contends that the project appears to be a form of “forced urban gentrification,” the result of “unsophisticated city leaders” who have failed to understand economic revitalization.

“With the city’s plans to deal with the infrastructure on H Street, we were supposed to have had construction done in three phases, but all of a sudden they decided to tear up all the streets at one time and it has really hurt the businesses.”


http://washingtoninformer.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5645:h-street-revitalization-hits-a-snag-&catid=50:local&Itemid=113

This should be fun...

Generic Cialis said...

I'll have to go there because I've heard a lot of people saying that it will be something amazing, I know they can't be wrong because they know about those things.