Most Popular Posts - Ever
Following are the most popular UrbanTurf articles ever, from most to least popular.
UrbanTurf Staff | August 1st 2023
When you buy a home in the District, you will have to pay property taxes along with your mortgage and homeowner's insurance. Luckily, DC has a few way... read»
Amanda Abrams | March 31st 2011
The demographic, residential and retail make-up of Columbia Heights has changed notably over the past decade. But with the northwest neighborhood stil... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | June 27th 2023
Why condo fees are high in some buildings and low in others can be a difficult question to answer. UrbanTurf provides a quick tutorial for buyers on t... read»
Shilpi Paul | April 19th 2013
On Thursday afternoon, a property auction in LeDroit Park illustrated the truly frenzied nature of DC's housing market. ... read»
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UrbanTurf Staff | October 2nd 2013
UrbanTurf has covered a number of extraordinary residential conversions over the years, but we recently got a sneak peek at a property that may set th... read»
Shilpi Paul | December 3rd 2013
When sharing an apartment or group house, it only seems fair that those in bigger rooms should pay a higher share of the rent. But, how do you factor ... read»
Mark Wellborn | March 31st 2009
Greater Greater Washington has put together a very impressive map that combines the new DC Circulator routes with the existing DC Metro system. Check ... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | December 2nd 2013
On Monday, a congressional committee considered the two sets of recommendations regarding the future of building heights in the nation's capital. Howe... read»
Shilpi Paul | April 22nd 2013
For months, neighbors have been eying an empty, government-owned warehouse in Capitol Riverfront with dreams of turning it into an artisanal market si... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | May 3rd 2017
Gregg Schultz and Joe Riddle lived in one of Logan Circle's most eye-catching homes. ... read»
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The storied unit along P Street is now looking for a new owner.... read »
There are five projects in the works around Audi Field which could bring nearly thous... read »
TideLock is a mixed-use development that will consist of 169 apartments and 65 condom... read »
DC is getting close to meeting Mayor Muriel Bowser's goal of producing 36,000 new ho... read »
The share of homes priced above $1 million continues to rise in the city.... read »
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