Saturday, November 28, 2009

St. Matthew's Tree Lot Will Return, SW Waterfront to Get Livened Up

At least one of the empty lots in the neighborhood will get some use this holiday season. Starting this Thursday, as was done last year, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church will sell Christmas trees on their lot at 222 M Street. Below is the schedule and prices:
Thursday - Friday: 5pm - 8pm
Saturday - Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
Other times be appointment (202) 484-3189 or email (stmatthewsdc@hughes.net)
6-7 ft Scotch Pine: $25
5-6 ft Frazier Fir: $45
6-7 ft Frazier Fir: $55
7-8 ft Frazier Fir: $65
On a related note, at Monday's SWNA meeting, Shawn Seaman from PN Hoffman, one of the developers of the Southwest Waterfront, confirmed the recent WBJ story (which I blogged about a couple weeks ago) that parts of the SW Waterfront will be used for temporary purposes. While Seaman didn't exactly say that the SW Waterfront will become a temporary beach before redevelopment gets underway, he did say that the terminus of 7th & 9th Streets will host events, like a farmers market or dance performances. The SW Waterfront redevelopment is still scheduled to break ground in 2012, but Water Street may close as early as 2011.

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