Editor's Choice

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Editor's Choice, from most recent to least.

A Home’s Worth? Appealing a DC Property Tax Assessment

A Home’s Worth? Appealing a DC Property Tax Assessment

Amanda Abrams | March 4th 2014 | 9 Comments

Every year, homeowners all over the District appeal their property tax assessments for being too high. But for one couple, this has become an... read »

As DC’s Airbnb Economy Thrives, Legal Issues Remain

As DC’s Airbnb Economy Thrives, Legal Issues Remain

Lark Turner | January 31st 2014 | 11 Comments

For travelers and hosts, Airbnb feels like a win-win. However, as the service and others like it grow, budget-minded travelers aren't the only ones... read »

The Alexandria Patio With a View Underground

The Alexandria Patio With a View Underground

UrbanTurf Staff | January 17th 2014

A little over a month ago, UrbanTurf wrote about an 1870s Alexandria townhouse with a rather unique feature: a patio made entirely of glass that... read »

Is DC Becoming a Land of Singletons?

Is DC Becoming a Land of Singletons?

Shilpi Paul | September 13th 2013 | 12 Comments

Two news items earlier this week only bolstered the thinking that DC is becoming a town of single people. UrbanTurf compiled a few more statistics... read »

Why Isn’t DC’s Residential Architecture More Adventurous?

Why Isn’t DC’s Residential Architecture More Adventurous?

Shilpi Paul | August 16th 2013 | 15 Comments

While DC is populated by stately historic buildings and charming Victorian rowhouses, many of the new residential buildings tend to take a similar... read »

Is Adams Morgan Becoming Posh?

Is Adams Morgan Becoming Posh?

Shilpi Paul | August 2nd 2013 | 24 Comments

The 18th Street retail strip in Adams Morgan, long regarded as a ramshackle mix of ethnic shops and drunken nightlife spots, may slowly but surely be... read »

Underpriced or Overbid? The Anatomy of DC’s Bidding War Climate

Underpriced or Overbid? The Anatomy of DC’s Bidding War Climate

Shilpi Paul | July 26th 2013 | 7 Comments

Bidding wars are becoming as common as open houses in DC's housing market. Are agents underpricing homes or are buyers just getting desperate? ... read »

The Tiny Houses of Stronghold: An Update

The Tiny Houses of Stronghold: An Update

Shilpi Paul | July 11th 2013 | 18 Comments

Boneyard Studios, a collection of tiny houses in an alley of DC's Stronghold neighborhood, has come a long way since we last visited in November. ... read »

A Gondola and a Metro Station? Georgetown in 2028

A Gondola and a Metro Station? Georgetown in 2028

Shilpi Paul | June 14th 2013 | 17 Comments

Compared to rapidly transforming areas like 14th Street, NoMa and the H Street Corridor, Georgetown is a relatively static neighborhood with a steady... read »

The Top 10 DC Zip Codes Where Homes Are Selling Quickest

The Top 10 DC Zip Codes Where Homes Are Selling Quickest

Shilpi Paul | May 15th 2013 | 10 Comments

After we reported that homes in the DC area are spending a median of 11 days on the market, we wanted to see how things are playing out in specifics... read »

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