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Blog 10 months ago
A French Brasserie to Replace DC’s American City Diner
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Last month, the American City Diner in Chevy Chase DC abruptly closed. Now, we are getting an idea of what will replace it. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Monday’s Must Reads
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An off-Broadway real estate agency; a discount to go car-free; and fewer people live in the L'Enfant city now than in 1950. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
More Residences, More Parking: The Proposed Changes for Douglas Development’s Buzzard Point Project
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Douglas Development would like to make its proposed Buzzard Point project even bigger.  Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
DC Area Home Prices Reach Decade-High Levels in July
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It's a new month, but a similar story for the DC area housing market.  Keep reading » DC Area Home Prices Reach Decade-High Levels in July

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Blog 10 months ago
Best New Listings: A 4,400 Square Foot Loft in a Former Car Dealership
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This week's Best New Listings include a quintessential Glover Park home and a massive 4,400 square foot loft on Adams Morgan's main drag. Keep...

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Blog 10 months ago
Friday’s Must Reads
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Paul Manafort's SoHo Airbnb rental; James Bond's museum and the 23 new $1 million cities. Keep reading » Friday’s Must Reads

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Blog 10 months ago
Mortgage Rates Head Sideways in the Summer
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Since May, long-term mortgage rates have been zig-zagging between 4.55 percent and 4.66 percent. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Two Housing Markets Diverge in Forest Hills
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This week's Home Price Watch highlights the Forest Hills neighborhood, where the condo and co-op market is going one way and the detached home...

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Blog 10 months ago
Nine Condos from the $300s Debut on a Prime Columbia Heights Corner
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On the hilltop corner of 14th and Randolph Streets—between Little Coco’s and the soon-to-come Wydown coffee bar—a new, modern condominium called...

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Blog 10 months ago
Thursday’s Must Reads
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A five-star rating for The Diner; Airbnb successes and affordable housing stresses east of the River; and make a miniature, it'll last longer. Keep...

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Blog 10 months ago
The 1,625 Units on the Boards in Anacostia
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Although the reset of the Barry Farm redevelopment took over a thousand units out of the residential pipeline, Anacostia still has a lot on the...

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Blog 10 months ago
A Hillside Hotel with Zero Real Estate
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These accommodations in the Swiss Alps are the ultimate pop-up: hillside hotel beds in the open air. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Would a Planned Residential Development in Georgetown Derail Plans For the Gondola?
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Yesterday, Georgetown Met opined that a planned condo project at the Georgetown Exxon station could preclude the proposed Georgetown-Rosslyn...

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Blog 10 months ago
Did Google Maps Rename Your Neighborhood?
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The New York Times recently reported on residents finding their neighborhoods misidentified by Google Maps. UrbanTurf decided to see whether the...

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Blog 10 months ago
What Around $500,000 Buys in the DC Area
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For this week's installment of What X Buys, UrbanTurf takes a look at what is available for a $500,000 budget. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
The Local Company Who Is Reimagining Pre-Sale Home Improvement
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MaxSalePrice launched in 2017 with a mission to help agents and their clients get homes ready for market with no upfront payment. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Trulia: Buying 27 Percent Cheaper than Renting in the DC Area
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The newest Trulia analysis states that buying continues to be cheaper than renting in the DC area, albeit by a smaller margin. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Under Contract: 11 Days or Less
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In this week's edition of Under Contract, UrbanTurf revisits three recently-featured listings that sold in six to 11 days. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Is a New Shortlist for Amazon’s HQ2 Coming This Month?
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Some are speculating that the company is requesting best and final offers from finalists. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
This Week’s Find: A High-End Fixer-Upper
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This Week's Find is a five-story fixer-upper in the tony Kalorama neighborhood. Keep reading » This Week’s Find: A High-End Fixer-Upper

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Blog 10 months ago
Nine Stylish Residences at the Lucille Debut on H Street
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Newly launched and located steps from the neighborhood’s beloved Atlas Theater, The Lucille is a luxury condominium located at the heart of the H...

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Blog 10 months ago
The Road from DC Garage to $3,250/Month Accessory Dwelling
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A Mount Pleasant accessory dwelling building tailored to the new zoning code will soon be ready to rent. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Best New Listings: Double Exposure in Adams Morgan and a Turret and Terraces in Eckington
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This week’s Best New Listings includes a corner co-op in Adams Morgan and a turreted Victorian in Eckington. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Why DC’s Line Hotel is Operating Sans Certificate of Occupancy
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A recent zoning application inadvertently offers an explanation for why The Line lacks a C of O. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Georgetown Estate Adjacent to Evermay Will Be Listed For $22 Million
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The 10,000 square-foot Georgetown home will hit the market this fall, UrbanTurf has learned. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
Rising Mortgage Rates Might Finally Be Giving Homebuyers Reason to Ponder
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Long-term mortgage rates came in at 4.54 percent with an average 0.5 point, Freddie Mac reported on Thursday, up from 3.92 percent a year ago. ...

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Blog 10 months ago
The Railroad Cottages Bring Back the Pocket Neighborhood
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The Railroad Cottages—ten single-family, craftsman-style cottage homes in the center of Falls Church City—are reviving the pocket neighborhood....

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Blog 10 months ago
Thursday’s Must Reads
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When landmarks were construction sites; where Montgomery County is making room for residents; and who won DC's arts grants. Keep reading »...

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Blog 10 months ago
The 5 Things To Know About DC Property Taxes
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UrbanTurf is re-running its primer on property taxes which outlines a few things that will help area homeowners in the city navigate the process....

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Blog 10 months ago
A Mall Transformation and More: The 1,755 Apartments Bound for Ballston
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UrbanTurf resumes its update of the regional residential pipeline with a look at what's in the works in Ballston. Keep reading »...

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