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Rooftop Recreation and 745 Apartments: Potential Plans for a Tysons Corner
Blog 3 months ago
Rooftop Recreation and 745 Apartments: Potential Plans for a Tysons Corner
Source Urban Turf

If the Fairfax County Planning Commission (FCPC) resumes meetings in April, one of the developments on its agenda would deliver over a million...

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Three People Max, Six Feet Apart: Maryland Issues COVID-19 Guidelines to Realtors
Blog 3 months ago
Three People Max, Six Feet Apart: Maryland Issues COVID-19 Guidelines to Realtors
Source Urban Turf

The Maryland Association of Realtors has issued guidance for how realtors should conduct business in accordance with the state's "Stay at Home"...

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The DC Rental Affordability Mismatch
Blog 3 months ago
The DC Rental Affordability Mismatch
Source Urban Turf

DC Policy Center's latest rental report builds on prior analysis of the city's mismatched housing market. The report highlights how the scarcity of...

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A Virtual Tour of More Than 25 DC-Area Developments
Blog 3 months ago
A Virtual Tour of More Than 25 DC-Area Developments
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: Dancing Crab to Be Razed to Make Way for Apartments | Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals? What's...

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UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week
Blog 3 months ago
UrbanTurf Listings: New This Week
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: Dancing Crab to Be Razed to Make Way for Apartments | Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals? What's...

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Mortgage Rates Drop Again Towards Record Lows
Blog 3 months ago
Mortgage Rates Drop Again Towards Record Lows
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: Dancing Crab to Be Razed to Make Way for Apartments | Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals? What's...

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Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals?
Blog 3 months ago
Should DC Use Inclusionary Conversions to Meet Affordable Housing Goals?
Source Urban Turf

A new report by the DC Policy Center suggests there may only be one way to reach DC's affordable housing production targets. Released Wednesday,...

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DCBIA to Lobby For Local Mortgage Relief To Help Renters
Blog 3 months ago
DCBIA to Lobby For Local Mortgage Relief To Help Renters
Source Urban Turf

The push is beginning for mortgage relief in DC that could be passed on to renters. The DC Building Industry Association (DCBIA) began sending out...

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310-Unit Mixed-Use Development Proposed in Marlow Heights
Blog 3 months ago
310-Unit Mixed-Use Development Proposed in Marlow Heights
Source Urban Turf

A mixed-use development is in the works for the Marlow Heights section of Prince George's County. The owner of the 11-acre site at the southwest...

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Tenleytown’s Dancing Crab Building to Be Razed to Make Way for Apartments
Blog 3 months ago
Tenleytown’s Dancing Crab Building to Be Razed to Make Way for Apartments
Source Urban Turf

The essential business of development continues as the owners of Tenleytown's Dancing Crab filed for raze permits this week. If razing is approved,...

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Mortgage Rates Drop Back Down to 3.5%
Blog 3 months ago
Mortgage Rates Drop Back Down to 3.5%
Source Urban Turf

Today, Freddie Mac reported 3.50 percent with an average 0.7 point as the average for a 30-year mortgage. The drop of 15 basis points from last...

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Local Business Champions Roll Out High Tech Commuting Options
Blog 3 months ago
Local Business Champions Roll Out High Tech Commuting Options
Source Urban Turf

The commercial building landscape is constantly changing and new technologies allow people to work remotely or commute in more green, cost...

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Construction Paused on 351-Unit Mixed-Use Development at Largo Town Center Site
Blog 3 months ago
Construction Paused on 351-Unit Mixed-Use Development at Largo Town Center Site
Source Urban Turf

A planned transit-oriented development in Prince George's County is pausing construction plans given current economic uncertainty. Retail...

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FHFA Will Provide Multifamily Mortgage Relief in Exchange for Eviction Moratoriums
Blog 3 months ago
FHFA Will Provide Multifamily Mortgage Relief in Exchange for Eviction Moratoriums
Source Urban Turf

A day after the National Multifamily Housing Council urged property owners to enact moratoriums on evictions and rent increases, the Federal...

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Multifamily Housing Nonprofit Urges 90-Day Eviction Moratorium For Renters
Blog 3 months ago
Multifamily Housing Nonprofit Urges 90-Day Eviction Moratorium For Renters
Source Urban Turf

The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) has released a statement recommending that apartment owners halt evictions for 90 days in light of...

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Mortgage Rates Spike Following Refinancing Surge
Blog 3 months ago
Mortgage Rates Spike Following Refinancing Surge
Source Urban Turf

Mortgage rates popped this week following a rush to refinance. Today, Freddie Mac reported 3.65 percent with an average 0.7 point as the average...

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275 Luxury Apartments Nestled in the Heart of Navy Yard
Blog 3 months ago
275 Luxury Apartments Nestled in the Heart of Navy Yard
Source Urban Turf

When it comes to luxury, state-of-the-art amenities and ultimate convenience on the Capitol Riverfront, the brand new apartments at Meridian on...

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900 Units and a Food Hall Proposed Along the Anacostia Riverfront
Blog 3 months ago
900 Units and a Food Hall Proposed Along the Anacostia Riverfront
Source Urban Turf

A proposed development could bring 900 units and a food hall to a nearly three-acre site on the northern banks of the Anacostia River. Felice...

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Coronavirus Impacts Could Result in Mortgage Relief
Blog 3 months ago
Coronavirus Impacts Could Result in Mortgage Relief
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: As measures are considered to help alleviate the financial burdens many may experience as a result of the coronavirus pandemic,...

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Mortgage Rates Dropped to Historic Lows, And Then the Demand Came
Blog 4 months ago
Mortgage Rates Dropped to Historic Lows, And Then the Demand Came
Source Urban Turf

Last week, as the coronavirus spread and the stock market dropped, long-term mortgage rates fell to their lowest level on record. Enormous demand...

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The Most Coveted Penthouse Apartment on 14th Street Now Available at Liz
Blog 4 months ago
The Most Coveted Penthouse Apartment on 14th Street Now Available at Liz
Source Urban Turf

Only a few residences remain at Liz, the transformative property that brought luxury apartments to the center of the 14th Street Corridor. One home...

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Revamped Bus Barn Could Bring Retail to Upper 14th Street
Blog 4 months ago
Revamped Bus Barn Could Bring Retail to Upper 14th Street
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: Revamped Bus Barn Could Bring Retail to Upper 14th St. | 740,000 or 840,000? DC's Varying 10-Year Population Projections What's Hot:...

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120 Senior Units and Community Market Proposed for Palisades Safeway Site
Blog 4 months ago
120 Senior Units and Community Market Proposed for Palisades Safeway Site
Source Urban Turf

The proposed development at the site of the former Safeway store in Palisades is coming into focus. Trammell Crow is engaging the community about a...

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Mortgage Rates Drop to Record Low
Blog 4 months ago
Mortgage Rates Drop to Record Low
Source Urban Turf

Mortgage rates have dropped to their lowest level on record. Today, Freddie Mac reported 3.29 percent with an average 0.7 point as the average for...

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The Stops, Starts, and Stutters in the Navy Yard Residential Pipeline
Blog 4 months ago
The Stops, Starts, and Stutters in the Navy Yard Residential Pipeline
Source Urban Turf

As the residential development pipeline just east of South Capitol Street hums along, there is a waiting game happening in the rest of the Navy...

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Missing Middle Housing May Remake DC Block
Blog 4 months ago
Missing Middle Housing May Remake DC Block
Source Urban Turf

Last week, UrbanTurf reported on how some missing middle housing typologies can fit, sometimes seamlessly, into DC's current zoning. Now, a new...

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DC Council to Introduce Bill Giving Residents $100 Transit Stipends
Blog 4 months ago
DC Council to Introduce Bill Giving Residents $100 Transit Stipends
Source Urban Turf

This morning, Councilmember Charles Allen will announce plans to introduce a bill which would offer DC residents monthly stipends of up to $100 for...

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