Heidi Jerakis, Candace Moe, and Chelle Gassan have joined Beasley Real Estate, it has been announced.
Heidi has a decade of experience in real estate sales within the Commonwealth of Virginia and 12 years of corporate management.
Candace brings over 30 years of marketing and sales experience, and was formally the vice president of marketing and sales in the recruitment industry and senior living properties.
Chelle also has a background in marketing and sales, therefore practices good customer service and attention to detail.
“The Girls of Real Estate” join Beasley with a combined array of background experiences and designations. All three have the prestigious designation of Top 1% of Real Estate Agents in the Nation.
Giving back is very important to “The Girls.” Thus far they have focused their efforts on the “War on Breast Cancer.” Each has personal stories of family members, dear friends and clients who have had to fight breast cancer.
Annually, “The Girls” sponsor an event where all proceeds collected are donated to end breast cancer.
Il Canale, georgetown, owner Joe Farruggio sits on a classic Italian Vespa scooter in front of the former Cannon’s Fish Market after inspecting the imaginative window treatment that portrays the historic C&O Canal.
The window treatment, which will be replaced when the project is completed, has been admired by many passers-by and fans of il Canale on 31st Street NW.
Farruggio, a native of Italy, is expanding il Canale ristorante and pizzeria by taking the old fish market space. The market has been closed for months. Both buildings are adjacent to each other.
Il Canale is slated to remain open for business throughout the extensive interior construction and decoration.
Enjoying the brief ride is il Canale hostess Rosalie Acampora.
Speaking of expanded digs, this time on a national showcase level, il Canale was given considerable airtime Sunday in HTV's "House Hunters" featuring a young professional D.C. couple -- Ariel and his fiancee Julie.
The Home & Garden Television crew, a charming and fun-loving lot, filmed the couple discussing their housing options over a Sunday lunch at il Canale. Vittorio Rosso, il Canale's general manager, took over the on-camera duties of serving them lunch. The engaged couple toured properties in D.C. At first, they didn't see eye to eye on their housing options. She wanted a house with a yard and was open to renovate. He wanted a modern move-in-ready apartment or a condo close to work. They compromised. They bought a Watergate condo with a spacious balcony and a kitchen they plan to remodel.
The show with Il Canale aired twice on Sunday, July 20, 2014.
Your friends at Beasley Real Estate invite you to join them for their free, outdoor summer movie series. Bring your friends, a picnic and come have fun.
Complimentary gourmet popcorn and bottled water provided by Beasley.
July 17 in Woodley Park
Woodley Park—Embassy of Switzerland
2800 block of 29th St., NW (west side of street)
Screening: Homeward Bound
July 23 on Capitol Hill
Lincoln park –SW corner of the park
East Capitol & 11th, NE
August 7 in Logan Circle
St. Lukes Episcopal Church
1514 15th St NW
Screening: Pitch Perfect
August 14 in Bethesda
4800 Hampden Land, Bethesda, Md.
August 21 in Palisades
Palisades Park – Palisades Field 1
5200 Sherier Place NW
Screening: The Sandlot
August 28 in Georgetown
Rose Park – Baseball/Softball Field
2609 Dumbarton St., NW
September 4 in U Street Corridor
Harrison Playground – basketball court
1330 V Street NW, between 14th & 13th
Screening: The Money Pit
September 19 in Old Town Alexandria
John Carlyle Park
300 John Carlyle St., Alexandria, Va.
Screening: The Lego Movie