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Posts By Andrew Siddons

Following are all articles by UrbanTurf author Andrew Siddons, from most recent to least.

Eckington: Not to Be Confused With Bloomingdale

Eckington: Not to Be Confused With Bloomingdale

Andrew Siddons | Sep 8th

As one of DC's oldest neighborhoods, it is a little bit ironic that Eckington has a much lower profile than the neighborhoods surrounding it. However,... read»

Perception and Reality: What Home Buyers Want

Perception and Reality: What Home Buyers Want

Andrew Siddons | Aug 19th

This article examines the gaps between perception and reality in terms of home buyer attitudes, based on a survey by the National Association of Realt... read»

New Arlington Townhouses To Deliver in Early 2012

New Arlington Townhouses To Deliver in Early 2012

Andrew Siddons | Jul 18th

Northern Virginia developer Evergreene Homes is planning a 13-townhome project for the southwest corner of Lee Highway and North Veitch Street. Delive... read»

First Phase of Rhode Island Row Ready For Occupancy in October

First Phase of Rhode Island Row Ready For Occupancy in October

Andrew Siddons | Jul 13th

UrbanTurf has learned that starting in October, the first of 274 rental units at Rhode Island Row will be ready for occupancy, and that potential tena... read»

NoMa: Evolving from a Brand to a Neighborhood

NoMa: Evolving from a Brand to a Neighborhood

Andrew Siddons | Jun 24th

The DC neighborhood dubbed NoMa is still terra incognito to those who don’t have a reason to set foot there, but given its proximity to downtown and... read»

Bloomingdale's Secret: Crispus Attucks Park

Bloomingdale's Secret: Crispus Attucks Park

Andrew Siddons | May 3rd

Among the Bloomingdale neighborhood's many charms is a park that is hidden away among its stately turreted row houses.... read»

The Uncertain Future of TOPA

The Uncertain Future of TOPA

Andrew Siddons | Apr 20th

The funding for the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA), a program that gives DC residents the right of first refusal if their landlord puts the... read»

Fort Totten: Five Years Could Make a Big Difference

Fort Totten: Five Years Could Make a Big Difference

Andrew Siddons | Apr 15th

For most DC residents, Fort Totten is little more than a transfer point for Metro's Red, Yellow and Green lines. But planned development could make th... read»

Less Height, More History: The Latest on the Redevelopment of Hine Junior High School

Less Height, More History: The Latest on the Redevelopment of Hine Junior High School

Andrew Siddons | Apr 11th

Capitol Hill residents have always been active in shaping the plans for new construction on their streets. In keeping with this tradition, community i... read»

Will New Smart Meters Bring an End to Huge Pepco Bills?

Will New Smart Meters Bring an End to Huge Pepco Bills?

Andrew Siddons | Feb 26th

Pepco has been the target of recent criticism, not only because of power outages during last month's winter storms, but also because of surprisingly h... read»

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