The Most Popular Posts of 2015
Below, in descending order, are UrbanTurf’s most popular posts of 2015.
#7) All Cash, No Contingencies: DC’s Housing Market Gets Crazier
A closer look at the lengths that home buyers in DC were going to get the home they wanted this year.
#6) The Dramatic Five-Year Jump in DC Home Prices
From Trinidad to Georgetown, a look at how much home prices have risen in the city between 2010 and 2015.
#5) DC’s Newest Condo Amenity: A Marijuana Grow Closet
Many industries are now looking for ways to capitalize on DC’s relaxed stance on marijuana, and that includes condo developers.
#4) DC Files Suit Against Airbnb Party House Owner
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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.
#3) Massive 1,550 Unit Mixed-Use Project Proposed Near Rhode Island Avenue Metro
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.
#2) A Look at the New Fannie Mae Headquarters
A first look at Fannie Mae’s new downtown headquarters that will replace The Washington Post building on 15th Street.
#1) REI to Anchor Uline Arena Development
The outdoor goods store confirmed its plans to open as the flagship tenant at the redeveloped Uline Arena.
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