Area Development Tid Bits

Newton Variety Market, photo by flickr user rockcreek

It’s been a while since area residents have heard the words Central Union Mission … but at the end of last night’s Georgia Avenue Community Development Task Force out-going ANC 1A05 Commissioner William Jordan mentioned them in connection with the property at Newton Place and Georgia Avenue.

According to Jordan, the tax relief that Central Union Mission was seeking for their property at 3512 Georgia Avenue was turned down. How this will impact the development of the first phase of Park Morton, if at all, has yet to be determined.

For those seeking more information on the Blue Banana — which could very well be open before I have an opportunity to post about it again — the beer line-up has been settled.

According to Ted Trabue the initial beer line up looks like this: Sam Adams seasonal, Hennepin, Abita, Sierra Nevada, Chimay, Brooklyn Lager, Allagash, Dogfish head, Victory Golden Monkey, Peroni, Coors Light, and Blue Moon. I’m sure the selection will change over time, especially with the seasonal selections.


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2 Comments on “Area Development Tid Bits”

  1. Shawn Says:

    A handful of good beers for sure but I wonder how pricey the place will be.

  2. […] this week, I reported that ANC 1A05 Commissioner William Jordan shared that the Central Union Mission had hit a snag in relation to its property at 3512 Georgia Avenue. […]

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