Shaw

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

Two Modular Homes Go Up on DC’s Richardson Place

Two Modular Homes Go Up on DC’s Richardson Place

Lark Turner | August 21st 2014 | 4 Comments

It is not often that pre-built sections of new homes are seen cruising down DC streets, but that is just what occurred last week. ... read »

Details and Renderings of the Four Proposals for 8th and O Street

Details and Renderings of the Four Proposals for 8th and O Street

Lark Turner | July 1st 2014 | 4 Comments

On Monday night, four shortlisted development teams selected by the city hosted a community forum where each presented the finer points of their... read »

Proposed Naylor Court Project Needs Design Changes, ANC 2F Says

Proposed Naylor Court Project Needs Design Changes, ANC 2F Says

Lark Turner | June 26th 2014

The developers were asked to go back to the drawing board on the three-unit project and solicit community input. ... read »

A Naylor Court Stable With Many Lives Hits The Market

A Naylor Court Stable With Many Lives Hits The Market

Lark Turner | May 19th 2014

A 19th-century DC stable turned huge loft and an adjacent garage offered for sale as of Monday have a long history. ... read »

This Week’s Find: An Uncommon DC Rowhouse

This Week’s Find: An Uncommon DC Rowhouse

Lark Turner | May 8th 2014

A rowhouse restored with reused industrial materials is on the market in Shaw, and it's unlike most other rowhouses you will find in the city. ... read »

New El Centro, Dream Residence Planned For Shaw

New El Centro, Dream Residence Planned For Shaw

Lark Turner | May 7th 2014

The head of The Warrenton Group is building his dream property on the site of an old liquor store in Shaw. ... read »

Is a Millennial’s Dream Apartment 400 Square Feet, Breakfast Included?

Is a Millennial’s Dream Apartment 400 Square Feet, Breakfast Included?

Lark Turner | May 1st 2014 | 18 Comments

SB-Urban's Blagden Alley apartments will cater to a renter who wants none of the inconvenience of moving and all of the convenience of a hotel. ... read »

The R Street Firehouse’s New Owner Plans Four-Unit Conversion

The R Street Firehouse’s New Owner Plans Four-Unit Conversion

Lark Turner | April 9th 2014 | 1 Comment

Pending approval by the HPRB, a former firehouse on R Street NW could become four units that showcase the building's original use. ... read »

Six Developers Have Their Eyes on a City-Owned Parcel in Shaw

Six Developers Have Their Eyes on a City-Owned Parcel in Shaw

Lark Turner | April 8th 2014 | 1 Comment

The city's request for proposals for a piece of land at 8th and O Streets NW netted largely residential plans. ... read »

200 Residences Included in Marriott Hotel Plan

200 Residences Included in Marriott Hotel Plan

Lark Turner | March 27th 2014 | 5 Comments

The proposal for another Marriott near the Convention Center recently changed its design and plans to demolish fewer buildings. ... read »


 

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