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Amazon’s Arrival Leading Arlington Developers to Add Apartments to Proposed Developments
Blog 2 months ago
Amazon’s Arrival Leading Arlington Developers to Add Apartments to Proposed Developments
Source Urban Turf

Less than two months after Amazon announced that Northern Virginia would be the destination for the company's second headquarters, UrbanTurf...

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New Development on Rhode Island Avenue Could Have Restaurant, Grocery and Coworking
Blog 2 months ago
New Development on Rhode Island Avenue Could Have Restaurant, Grocery and Coworking
Source Urban Turf

A multi-layered new development is on the boards for Rhode Island Avenue NE. Addisleigh Park Washington Properties has applied for Board of Zoning...

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Grocery Store, Fitness Center or More: The Plans for a 14th Street Bus Garage
Blog 3 months ago
Grocery Store, Fitness Center or More: The Plans for a 14th Street Bus Garage
Source Urban Turf

As Metro takes inventory and decides the future of its various properties, the 14th Street bus garage is the next redevelopment opportunity in the...

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DC’s Audi Field May Get More Parking, But Bigger Plans Are in the Works
Blog 3 months ago
DC’s Audi Field May Get More Parking, But Bigger Plans Are in the Works
Source Urban Turf

Mixed-use plans on the horizon for a parcel adjacent to DC's new soccer stadium are at least a year out, and during that time, the stadium...

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A Ladybird, A Wegmans and A Dancing Crab: The Tenleytown and AU Park Rundown
Blog 3 months ago
A Ladybird, A Wegmans and A Dancing Crab: The Tenleytown and AU Park Rundown
Source Urban Turf

The development train continues to slowly chug along around Tenleytown, American University Park and along the Wisconsin Avenue corridor, perhaps...

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Few Residences Remain at Adams Morgan’s Newest Amenity-Packed Apartment Building
Blog 3 months ago
Few Residences Remain at Adams Morgan’s Newest Amenity-Packed Apartment Building
Source Urban Turf

Adams Morgan's AdMo Heights celebrated its grand opening at the start of the year and is leasing quickly. With handsomely-designed apartments that...

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Edens Plans a New 300-Unit Building at Union Market
Blog 3 months ago
Edens Plans a New 300-Unit Building at Union Market
Source Urban Turf

Edens has plans in the works for a new 300-unit residential development at Union Market. The developer is working on the design for a residential...

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McMillan Reservoir Redevelopment Team Requests Time Extension
Blog 3 months ago
McMillan Reservoir Redevelopment Team Requests Time Extension
Source Urban Turf

Years after a planned-unit development (PUD) for the McMillan Reservoir received zoning approval, and two years after a ceremonial groundbreaking,...

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The Orange and Blue Line Rent Watch
Blog 3 months ago
The Orange and Blue Line Rent Watch
Source Urban Turf

As Amazon gears up to begin filling its first 64,000 square feet of office space over the next year, UrbanTurf has resumed its look at what rental...

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Will the 11th Street Bridge Park Community Land Trust Soon Make Its First Purchase?
Blog 3 months ago
Will the 11th Street Bridge Park Community Land Trust Soon Make Its First Purchase?
Source Urban Turf

Three years after the idea of a community land trust was floated by the group behind the 11th Street Bridge Park, the trust could be close to...

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DC is Exploring Income Averaging
Blog 3 months ago
DC is Exploring Income Averaging
Source Urban Turf

As the District's Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) drafts an update to its Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) for low-income...

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The Bower is Now Over 75% Sold
Blog 3 months ago
The Bower is Now Over 75% Sold
Source Urban Turf

The Bower, the first condominium development to debut at The Yards in DC's Navy Yard, is now over 75% sold. Resident move-ins have started and...

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Palisades Safeway Will Not Receive Landmark Designation
Blog 3 months ago
Palisades Safeway Will Not Receive Landmark Designation
Source Urban Turf

In recent years, various DC communities have preemptively sought to have certain properties designated as historic landmarks in order to preclude...

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A More “Grounded” Look for DC’s Scottish Rite Apartments
Blog 3 months ago
A More “Grounded” Look for DC’s Scottish Rite Apartments
Source Urban Turf

Three months ago, DC's Historic Preservation Review Board sent the development team for the planned residential development behind the Scottish...

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Fitness Bridges, Danny Meyer and Almost 3,000 Residences: The Navy Yard Rundown
Blog 3 months ago
Fitness Bridges, Danny Meyer and Almost 3,000 Residences: The Navy Yard Rundown
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: | Coming Soon: Modern Condos with Nats Park Views and a High-End Concierge What's Hot: | Coming Soon: Modern Condos with Nats Park...

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Has the Future of Apartment Touring Arrived?
Blog 3 months ago
Has the Future of Apartment Touring Arrived?
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: $217,000 Profit: DC Home Flipping, By the Numbers | Coming Soon: Modern Condos with Nats Park Views and a High-End Concierge What's Hot...

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Amazon Will Open Grocery Stores and One Will Come to DC
Blog 3 months ago
Amazon Will Open Grocery Stores and One Will Come to DC
Source Urban Turf

What's Hot: $217,000 Profit: DC Home Flipping, By the Numbers | Coming Soon: Modern Condos with Nats Park Views and a High-End Concierge What's Hot...

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Massive Residential Project Planned Above Bethesda Metro Station
Blog 3 months ago
Massive Residential Project Planned Above Bethesda Metro Station
Source Urban Turf

It appears that a large-scale residential project is planned right above the Bethesda Metro station. Last July, the Montgomery County Planning...

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Rooftop Tennis and DeafSpace Design: The Union Market Rundown
Blog 3 months ago
Rooftop Tennis and DeafSpace Design: The Union Market Rundown
Source Urban Turf

Last year, several developments in Union Market were in a holding pattern following a handful of planned-unit development (PUD) appeals. Now, most...

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The Costs and Profits of a DC Condo Conversion, Revisited
Blog 3 months ago
The Costs and Profits of a DC Condo Conversion, Revisited
Source Urban Turf

In 2017, UrbanTurf took a closer look at the return on investment that small-scale developers can expect in DC when converting a single-family home...

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The $820 Roommate Savings in DC
Blog 3 months ago
The $820 Roommate Savings in DC
Source Urban Turf

Earlier this month, UrbanTurf reported on a study that shows that married couples in the DC area tend to take on roommates to help with housing...

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Appeal Filed on 600-Unit Waterfront Station Development in Southwest DC
Blog 3 months ago
Appeal Filed on 600-Unit Waterfront Station Development in Southwest DC
Source Urban Turf

Last September, the Zoning Commission (ZC) granted approval to a second-stage planned-unit development (PUD) for the two remaining sites at the...

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Where Target is Taking Over DC
Blog 3 months ago
Where Target is Taking Over DC
Source Urban Turf

More than a decade after Target opened its first DC location in Columbia Heights, four additional outposts of the retail outlet are in the pipeline...

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Planned Creative Office Project in Adams Morgan Hits the Market
Blog 3 months ago
Planned Creative Office Project in Adams Morgan Hits the Market
Source Urban Turf

Nearly two years ago, creative agency Maga Design unveiled plans to convert an alley-fronting garage in Adams Morgan into office space for the firm...

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Site of Proposed Georgetown Water Street Condos Hits the Market for $15 Million
Blog 4 months ago
Site of Proposed Georgetown Water Street Condos Hits the Market for $15 Million
Source Urban Turf

Over two years ago, IBG Partners and Wilco Residential applied for concept review of a proposal to add 54 luxury condos to the industrial-retail...

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From Whole Foods to Town: The 1,440 Units Slated for Shaw and U Street
Blog 4 months ago
From Whole Foods to Town: The 1,440 Units Slated for Shaw and U Street
Source Urban Turf

While the development pipeline is slowing in some neighborhoods, there remain a lot of mixed-use projects underway in Shaw and approaching the U...

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Office of Planning Moves to Bring Solar Power to Every DC Neighborhood
Blog 4 months ago
Office of Planning Moves to Bring Solar Power to Every DC Neighborhood
Source Urban Turf

Could solar power soon be readily available in every DC neighborhood? Two weeks after a community solar installation was applied for in Ward 8, the...

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SunTrust to Scottish Rite: The 320 Residential Units on the Boards for Adams Morgan
Blog 4 months ago
SunTrust to Scottish Rite: The 320 Residential Units on the Boards for Adams Morgan
Source Urban Turf

Following delivery of AdMo Heights (which replaced a Payless shoe store) and a portion of Modera Sedici (which replaced the former Italian Embassy...

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How Logan Circle the Circle Become Logan Circle the Neighborhood
Blog 4 months ago
How Logan Circle the Circle Become Logan Circle the Neighborhood
Source Urban Turf

Logan Circle is one of the more in-demand and high-priced neighborhoods in the District. But when did the neighborhood surrounding Logan Circle...

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Hotel Proposed In Place of 150 Apartments at Capitol Crossing
Blog 4 months ago
Hotel Proposed In Place of 150 Apartments at Capitol Crossing
Source Urban Turf

A year ago, rumblings first began that the residential component would be nixed at the two million square-foot Capitol Crossing development. Now,...

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