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C Street SE Open to Pedestrians

The fences are down around C Street SE. The private road and the adjacent plaza on the south side of the street are now...

EMCAC Says “No” To Eastern Market Rent Hike

On Oct. 25, The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) came out forcefully the suggested rent increases proposed by the Market landlord, the Department...

DGS Raises Private Flea Market Rents

The Department of General Services (DGS), managers of Eastern Market, has offered the private weekend flea markets a new seven-month contract to operate on...

DGS Issues Appraisal of Lower Seventh Street

The Department of General Services (DGS) announced the results of the appraisal of the 300 block of Seventh Street SE. The study was tasked...

South Hall Rent Increases Unanimously Rejected

It is the rare occasion when Capitol Hill residents, the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC), Eastern Market’s South Hall merchants and its arts...

EMCAC Report on Operations and Use of Seventh Street SE

EASTERN MARKET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE RESPONSE DGS Request for Comment on 300 Block of 7th St. SE September 19, 2017 The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee...

Residents Concerned About South Hall Appraisal

The Department of General Services (DGS), the manager of the Eastern Market, hired the Marcus Asset Group (MAG) in May to do a certified...

South Hall Merchants React to Eastern Market Appraisal

“Betrayed,” said Market Lunch owner Tommy Glasgow reacting to the certified appraisal of the South Hall stalls by the Marcus Asset Group (MAG) ordered...

EMCAC Members React to South Hall Appraisal

The Department of General Services (DGS), the manager of the Eastern Market, hired the Marcus Asset Group (MAG) in May to do a certified...

Eastern Market Report – August 2017

Two Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) executive committee meetings were held to solicit community comment on whether to keep lower 7th street closed...