Shaw

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

Zoning Approves 9-Unit Shaw Development in Former Halfway House

Zoning Approves 9-Unit Shaw Development in Former Halfway House

Lark Turner | November 18th 2014 | 3 Comments

Lock7 Development received the variances it needed to build the project. ... read »

What’s Next for the R Street Firehouse

What’s Next for the R Street Firehouse

Lark Turner | October 7th 2014

The owner of the firehouse has plans to turn it into four dramatic apartments that would showcase the building's architecture or two or three larger... read »

Restaurateur David Winer’s Shaw Rowhouse Hits the Market for $2.395M

Restaurateur David Winer’s Shaw Rowhouse Hits the Market for $2.395M

Lark Turner | September 24th 2014 | 1 Comment

The co-owner of Logan Tavern, Commissary and a number of other DC restaurants put his four-bedroom, 4.5-bath Victorian home on the market recently. ... read »

DC Selects Roadside Development Proposal for 8th and O Parcel

DC Selects Roadside Development Proposal for 8th and O Parcel

UrbanTurf Staff | September 2nd 2014

The Deputy Mayor's Office for Planning and Economic Development has chosen Roadside Development and Dantes Partners to develop a city-owned lot at... read »

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 »


 

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