Below, in descending order, are UrbanTurf’s most popular posts of 2015.
A closer look at the lengths that home buyers in DC were going to get the home they wanted this year.
From Trinidad to Georgetown, a look at how much home prices have risen in the city between 2010 and 2015.
Many industries are now looking for ways to capitalize on DC’s relaxed stance on marijuana, and that includes condo developers.
In May, DC attorney general Karl Racine filed suit Friday against an Airbnb host he claims has been operating a popular party house in Dupont Circle illegally.
A massive development was proposed near the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station in July. The project will consist of a whopping seven residential buildings totaling 1,555 units, and will be built over six phases.
A first look at Fannie Mae’s new downtown headquarters that will replace The Washington Post building on 15th Street.
The outdoor goods store confirmed its plans to open as the flagship tenant at the redeveloped Uline Arena.
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