Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Anacostia, from most recent to least.

A New Look for 71-Unit Project East of the River

A New Look for 71-Unit Project East of the River

UrbanTurf Staff | January 15th 2015

Recently filed zoning documents provide new images for the project east of the Anacostia River from developer Four Points. ... read »

Home Price Watch: The Improving Market in Anacostia

Home Price Watch: The Improving Market in Anacostia

Lark Turner | November 25th 2014

The number of days homes are spending on the market has dropped, while investor interest has increased. ... read »

The Winning Design for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park

The Winning Design for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park

UrbanTurf Staff | October 15th 2014 | 5 Comments

The design team of OLIN, OMA and Arup will be announced as the winner for the highly-anticipated DC park on Thursday morning. ... read »

Busboys and Poets Signs on to Open in Anacostia

Busboys and Poets Signs on to Open in Anacostia

Lark Turner | May 2nd 2014 | 1 Comment

The owner of Busboys and Poets, Andy Shallal, has signed a letter of intent to open a location in Anacostia, The Washington Post is reporting. ... read »

Large Mixed-Use Development Coming to Congress Heights Metro

Large Mixed-Use Development Coming to Congress Heights Metro

Shilpi Paul | May 8th 2013 | 2 Comments

In keeping with the trend of increased development in Ward 8, a planned unit development was just submitted for a 446,000-square foot office and... read »

From One Anacostia Investment To a Development Firm

From One Anacostia Investment To a Development Firm

Shilpi Paul | March 27th 2013 | 2 Comments

Paula Wu, who purchased her first investment property in Anacostia late last year, has now expanded her property portfolio and started her own... read »

Profit Margins Shrink for Anacostia Investors As Prices Rise

Profit Margins Shrink for Anacostia Investors As Prices Rise

Shilpi Paul | March 20th 2013 | 6 Comments

As competition and property values rise, it appears those hoping to turn a threefold profit on an investment property in Anacostia may have missed... read »

A $50,000 Anacostia Rowhouse: The Before Photos

A $50,000 Anacostia Rowhouse: The Before Photos

Shilpi Paul | March 5th 2013 | 8 Comments

Yesterday, UrbanTurf featured a pretty stunning renovation of an Anacostia rowhouse purchased for $54,000. Today, we got our hands on what the home... read »

A $50,000 Anacostia Rowhouse, Transformed

A $50,000 Anacostia Rowhouse, Transformed

Shilpi Paul | March 4th 2013 | 27 Comments

Inspired by a blog and a renovated home, K Leszczak bought an Anacostia rowhouse for $50,000 in very rough condition and went to work. ... read »

Anacostia Storefronts to Get a Makeover

Anacostia Storefronts to Get a Makeover

Shilpi Paul | January 17th 2013 | 8 Comments

On Wednesday night, ARCH Development met with the community and revealed that more than 20 storefronts throughout Historic Anacostia will be scrubbed... read »

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