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This Week’s Find: A $13 Million Equestrian Estate in Virginia
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This Week's Find has served as home base for equestrian royalty. Keep reading » This Week’s Find: A $13 Million Equestrian Estate in Virginia

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Friday’s Must Reads
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The Embassy of Latvia's former life; the "For Sale" sign debate; and WMATA cements plans to sell headquarters. Keep reading » Friday’s Must Reads

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DC Renters Are Carrying the Region’s Class A Apartment Market
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A new Class A apartment report from Delta Associates indicates that demand in the District is carrying the market as absorption falls off elsewhere...

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Just a Few Spacious Residences Remain at Impeccably Designed Elysium Logan
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Elysium Logan by Madison Investments is one of the most impeccably designed condominium developments in DC and has just ten residences, including...

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A Look at the 58 Townhouses Planned for Walter Reed
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Details are emerging for another suite of planned townhouses on the Walter Reed campus. Keep reading »...

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Thursday’s Must Reads
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Squeezing Initiative 77 locally and federally; legislating for real estate LLC transparency; and documenting DC's manhole-covers and front doors....

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What $950,000 to $975,000 Buys in DC
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This week, UrbanTurf rounds up a few options for homes in DC that fit into a $950,000-$975,000 budget. Keep reading »...

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DC Council Tables Street Noise Bill
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The controversial bill, expedited due to summertime's more rancorous nature, has been the source of much hand-wringing since its proposal last...

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North of $600,000: DC Home Prices Hit Record High
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Home prices in the DC region have never been higher. Is that milestone affecting buyer demand? Keep reading »...

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Wednesday’s Must Reads
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The ebbing waterfront premium; two case studies of gentrification; and float a swimming pool on the river and you dive in it. Keep reading »...

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The DC Area Condo Market Holds Steady
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The DC Area Condo Market Holds Steady
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The DC area market for new condos continues to exhibit strength in 2018. The latest new condo report from Delta Associates finds that while...

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Sold in Just 6 Days: One of Brightwood’s Priciest Homes Ever
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Sold in Just 6 Days: One of Brightwood’s Priciest Homes Ever
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The Babbington Team just sold one of the priciest homes in DC’s Brightwood neighborhood. 609 Nicholson Street NW sold in only six days for just...

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52-Room Boutique Micro-Hotel Proposed Near Dupont Circle
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52-Room Boutique Micro-Hotel Proposed Near Dupont Circle
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A boutique hotel with fairly small rooms is being floated for a commercial strip in Dupont Circle, UrbanTurf has learned.  An application has been...

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Tuesday’s Must Reads
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DC Council may repeal Initiative 77; here's your chance to join your ANC; and revisiting the DC of the 1990s. Keep reading » Tuesday’s Must Reads

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DC Council to Consider Bill Redefining Blighted Properties
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DC Council to Consider Bill Redefining Blighted Properties
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Although the high volume of development in the District may make it appear that vacant property is scarce, there are still plenty of blocks...

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Under Contract: The Two-Level Condo Edition
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Under Contract: The Two-Level Condo Edition
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This week's edition of Under Contract revisits three recently-featured condos that offer bi-level living, which found buyers in four days to three...

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One of DC's Last Diners Closes Its Doors
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One of DC's Last Diners Closes Its Doors
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One of DC's last diners has closed its doors.  The American City Diner, a staple along an upper stretch of Connecticut Avenue (map) since 1988, is...

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One of DC’s Last Diners Closes Its Doors
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The American City Diner, a staple along an upper stretch of Connecticut Avenue since 1988, is now closed. Keep reading »...

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Monday's Must Reads
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Monday's Must Reads
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As MLB All-Star Game approaches, DCRA rushes to figure out approach to vending licenses near Nats Park. — (R. Cooper/WBJ) Wealthy homeowners mount...

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DC's Million-Dollar Neighborhoods
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DC's Million-Dollar Neighborhoods
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Last week, UrbanTurf highlighted the ten cheapest housing markets in DC. Now, we head to the other end of the spectrum and look at the eight...

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DC’s Million-Dollar Neighborhoods
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Last week, UrbanTurf highlighted the ten cheapest housing markets in DC; today, we take a look at the priciest. Keep reading »...

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Has the Fight to Redvelop St. Thomas Parish in Dupont Circle Finally Come to an End?
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Has the Fight to Redvelop St. Thomas Parish in Dupont Circle Finally Come to an End?
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The long-running saga of the redevelopment of a Dupont Circle church appears to have come to an end.  A few months ago, the appeal of the zoning...

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Friday's Must Reads
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Friday's Must Reads
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The "farmhouse chic" aesthetic is all the rage, and city homebuyers are paying a premium for it. — (C. Rohwedder/WSJ) The 350 square-foot, 19th...

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DC's Central A/C Premium
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DC's Central A/C Premium
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For the last week in the DC area, the heat index has regularly eclipsed 100 degrees, a reality that makes central air conditioning an ever-more...

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Now Selling: Over 5,600 Square Feet, a Heated Pool & Expansive Grounds in Spring Valley
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Now Selling: Over 5,600 Square Feet, a Heated Pool & Expansive Grounds in Spring Valley
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Many Washington, DC homes feature backyards, but expansive grounds are a much more rare luxury. A Spring Valley home that recently hit the market...

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Thursday's Must Reads
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Thursday's Must Reads
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DC Council may reinstate the city's gas station advisory board, potentially leading to loosened redevelopment ban. — (K. Arcieri/WBJ) Former tomato...

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The Fun House Comes to DC
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The Fun House Comes to DC
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The National Building Museum will debut its fifth annual massive Summer Block Party installation tomorrow: the Fun House from New York-based design...

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Home Prices Jump 19% in Anacostia As Sales Drop
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Home Prices Jump 19% in Anacostia As Sales Drop
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Last week, UrbanTurf covered the most affordable housing markets in DC. For Home Price Watch this week, we take a closer look at one of those...

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DC Releases an RFP for Portion of St. Elizabeth's
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DC Releases an RFP for Portion of St. Elizabeth's
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While construction on the Monumental Sports & Entertainment Arena nears completion, the city looks to get the ball rolling on other parts of the St...

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Under Contract: A Tale of Two O Streets
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Under Contract: A Tale of Two O Streets
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This week's installment of Under Contract revisits two recently-featured homes a few short blocks away from each other on O Street that recently...

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