UrbanTurf usually stays away from publishing rankings or lists -- except at the end of the year, when we look back at all DC’s residential real estate scene had to offer during the previous 12 months. So, this week, we are looking at not only the best, but the most intriguing and peculiar things that came across our radar over the course of the past year.
 
The Most Hopeful Project of 2014: 11th Street Bridge Park The Most Hopeful Project of 2014: 11th Street Bridge Park

The bridge represents the first concrete step to connect the section of DC east of the Anacostia River to the city west of the Anacostia, both physically and metaphorically. read»

 


 
The Most Popular Posts of 2014 The Most Popular Posts of 2014

The headline says it all. To end our Best of 2014 series, we give you a look at the UrbanTurf articles you looked at the most this year. read»

 


 
Friday's Must Reads Friday's Must Reads

The rise of legacy properties; DC's pricey office space; and DDOT's last shot at opening up the streetcar by the end of 2014. read»

 


 
The Hottest Housing Market in DC in 2014 The Hottest Housing Market in DC in 2014

There was no shortage of neighborhoods in the region this year that could be described as having "hot" housing markets. But the market in one DC neighborhood that abuts Rock Creek Park stood out from the rest. read»