As we begin to imagine the post-pandemic world, creative entrepreneurial minds in Georgetown are exploring strategies for revitalizing commercial market spaces.
The pilot project will come under review of the Old Georgetown Board, as well as the District Department of Transportation’s public space committee, on Feb. 4.
On tonight’s agenda: Public Space Application by the Georgetown BID for the Placement of Wood and Composite Decks in Curb Lanes at Sidewalk Grade with Barriers at 22 Locations.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District has designed two sidewalk extension platform prototypes on M Street — at Bodega in the 3000 block and at Clyde’s in the 3200 block.
One day, we’ll look back and … wish we hadn’t. But, for now, here’s our highly idiosyncratic look at “What’s Out and What’s In” at the end of this exceptionally strange year.
A DDOT roadway resurfacing and sidewalk repair project is underway on Wisconsin Avenue, through Georgetown community groups weren’t given much notice.
The pandemic-inspired dining areas, with social distancing in effect, are popping up next to vehicular traffic on M, N and K Streets, as well as on Wisconsin Avenue.
Can Georgetown’s brick sidewalks accommodate socially distanced diners, lines of customers, curbside pickups and drop-offs, sidewalk sales and pedestrians?