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2136 to 2140 Wisconsin AveFrom the May 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

The vacant lot at 2140 Wisconsin Ave. (a few doors up from Café
Romeo’s) will become a “very nice, top-of-the-line” condominium
building within a year, according to local developer Zak
Elyasi. The lot—hidden for years behind a construction fence—was
recently purchased by Elyasi’s parents, Abdul and Ramzia Elyasi of
Greensboro, North Carolina. Son Zak, managing member of Raz Development,
says plans are in the works to construct a residential building
that may include ground-floor commercial space. The development
group hopes to begin foundation work within the next month or two
and complete the building in the spring of 2014.

The family recently completed a project in Columbia Heights that
yielded two spacious luxury condo units, Zak says. Asked whether the
Glover Park building’s façade would be as close to the sidewalk as its
blocky beige neighbor at 2136 Wisconsin Ave., he replied that while
final plans have not yet been drawn, “it’s going to look nicer than that
beige building.”

The lot’s previous owner, Davar Ashgrizzadeh—who also owns
Café Romeo’s—bought the property in 2008 for $995,000 and sold it on
March 22 for $1,250,000, according to city land records.

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The vacant lot at 2140 Wisconsin Ave. is on offer at $1.45 million. Davar Ashgrizzadeh, the owner of Café Romeo’s (2132 Wisconsin), bought the lot in 2008 for $995,000, according to city land records. The real estate listing says “Owner preparing to move, so not going thru with development himself.”

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From the December/January 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

A good deed went briefly punished on November 11, after Davar Ashgrizzadeh, owner of Café Romeo’s (2132 Wisconsin Ave.), lent his Toyota Land Cruiser to a homeless man to sleep in. The following morning, the vehicle was missing from the restaurant’s parking lot, and Ashgrizzadeh called police. Soon enough, the vehicle was located and returned to its owner. “We got it back; it wasn’t stolen,” says Ashgrizzadeh. “Somebody who wasn’t authorized to use it was using it.” He declined to elaborate further.

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From the February 2012 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Café Romeo’s (2132 Wisconsin Ave.) is now offering alcoholic refreshments, according to owner Davar Ashgrizzadeh. The cozy pizza and sub shop was issued a license to serve beer and wine on January 20, according to a spokesman for ABRA.

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From the December 2011/January 2012 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Davar Ashgrizzadeh, the owner of Café Romeo’s (2132 Wisconsin Ave.), has applied for a license to serve beer and wine at his restaurant. Ashgrizzadeh was scheduled to appear before the Advisory Neighborhood Commission on December 8 to request ANC support for the application.

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From the May 2010 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

At 2140 Wisconsin—a vacant lot shielded by a tall yellow fence—look for activity soon. Land owner Davar Ashgrizzadeh, who also owns Café Romeo’s at 2132 Wisconsin, has applied for a permit to build a foundation on the lot. He eventually plans to construct a building and move his restaurant and residence there, he says.

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