Below, in descending order, are UrbanTurf’s most popular posts of 2014.
The group advancing a 15-year plan for Georgetown announced that it has raised half the money for a feasibility study that will determine whether moving forward with a gondola connecting Georgetown and Rosslyn is indeed possible.
A look at the legal issues surrounding the booming Airbnb market in the DC area.
Inside DC’s first residential complex made up of shipping containers.
The Zoning Commission approves the conversion of The Spencer Carriage House and Stable, a former bar and nightclub in Dupont Circle, into a nearly 6,000 square foot house.
UrbanTurf learns that Eataly signs a letter of intent for space at the Capitol Crossing development.
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