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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 | September 8th 2011 | 5 Comments

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.... read »

Perception and Reality: What Home Buyers Want

Perception and Reality: What Home Buyers Want

Andrew Siddons | August 19th 2011

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

New Arlington Townhouses To Deliver in Early 2012

New Arlington Townhouses To Deliver in Early 2012

Andrew Siddons | July 18th 2011 | 1 Comment

Northern Virginia developer Evergreene Homes is planning a 13-townhome project for the southwest corner of Lee Highway and North Veitch Street.... 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 | July 13th 2011 | 12 Comments

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... read »

NoMa: Evolving from a Brand to a Neighborhood

NoMa: Evolving from a Brand to a Neighborhood

Andrew Siddons | June 24th 2011 | 4 Comments

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... read »

Bloomingdale’s Secret: Crispus Attucks Park

Bloomingdale’s Secret: Crispus Attucks Park

Andrew Siddons | May 3rd 2011

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 | April 20th 2011 | 2 Comments

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... read »

Fort Totten: Five Years Could Make a Big Difference

Fort Totten: Five Years Could Make a Big Difference

Andrew Siddons | April 15th 2011 | 2 Comments

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... 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 | April 11th 2011 | 2 Comments

Capitol Hill residents have always been active in shaping the plans for new construction on their streets. In keeping with this tradition, community... 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 | February 26th 2011 | 4 Comments

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... read »

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