Friday, April 15, 2011

While we wait for HUD...Check out new renderings of CityMarket + Passenger on April 25

While we wait for our HUD invitation which may REALLY be soon, join Roadside staff at the Passenger on Monday, April 25 from 5 to 8 and check out the newest images of CityMarket below.

The Passenger will donate ten percent of its proceeds to local economic revitalization group Shaw Main Streets (note regarding that link: a new Shaw Main Streets website is coming soon).  It should be a great opportunity to mingle with neighbors and business owners, to enjoy the amazing concoctions The Passenger's mixologists are known for, and to help Shaw Main Streets carry out its mission of improving the neighborhood via the proceeds from your bar tab.  Plus, haven't you been looking for an excuse to drink a lot on a Monday night?

A further attraction will be the live auction for some unique and mouth watering deals! On Tax Day, May 18, check out the Remaking Le Slum Historique blog .

Roadside has been a longtime supporter of Shaw Main Streets and appreciates all the work they have done to make Shaw a better place to do business, work, play and have a great time.  Join us for a great time on the 25th!

Happy Hour Benefiting Shaw Main Streets
April 25, 2011, 5 to 8 pm 
The Passenger, 1021 Seventh Street, NW
For more information, e-mail or call 202.265.SHAW

CityMarket at O:

                                 View from O Street of Market Building and East Rental Building

         West Rental Building Leasing Office from P Street
                                        CityMarket at O:  West Building Roof Top pool with Capitol Dome in the distance


  1. Thanks for the update. Quick question - this blog previously said that some facade work was going to start in late February. Has this work started and if not, when will it start?

  2. We are delaying facade support until we have long awaited HUD invitation. Rather than begin mobilization on the site and stop, it will be less costly to mobilize and keep going than to start and stop. Look to see facade support this summer.