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Most Popular Posts - Last 30 Days

Following are the most popular UrbanTurf articles from the last 30 days, from most to least popular.

DC's Mazza Gallerie Mall To Be Redeveloped Into a Residential and Retail Development

DC's Mazza Gallerie Mall To Be Redeveloped Into a Residential and Retail Development

UrbanTurf Staff | May 25th

The fate of one of DC's last malls has been determined. ... read»

The Nearly 2,000 Units Just Approved in Southwest DC

The Nearly 2,000 Units Just Approved in Southwest DC

Nena Perry-Brown | Jun 2nd

This section of DC may be on the cusp of another major residential development wave.... read»

Up to 380 Apartments in a 180 Foot-Tall Building: The Plans for Friendship Heights "Rodeo Drive"

Up to 380 Apartments in a 180 Foot-Tall Building: The Plans for Friendship Heights "Rodeo Drive"

Nena Perry-Brown | Jun 10th

The development would replace a single-story retail building on Wisconsin Avenue.... read»

$425,000 or Less: The Five Least Expensive DC Housing Submarkets

$425,000 or Less: The Five Least Expensive DC Housing Submarkets

Nena Perry-Brown | May 28th

Although "least expensive" means something a little different than it did last year, UrbanTurf takes a look at which DC neighborhoods have the most af... read»

$18.5 Million: Embassy Row Mansion Becomes DC's Most Expensive Home For Sale

$18.5 Million: Embassy Row Mansion Becomes DC's Most Expensive Home For Sale

UrbanTurf Staff | May 24th

The nine-bedroom estate at 2221 30th Street NW was listed late last week.... read»

25 Pet-Friendly Units — A Hypothetical Pitch to Save Columbia Heights Dog Park

25 Pet-Friendly Units — A Hypothetical Pitch to Save Columbia Heights Dog Park

Nena Perry-Brown | May 27th

Over three years since word came that the de facto dog park was likely going to be put up for redevelopment, a local architect is proposing a compromi... read»

Quick Closings, Free Rent, and Big Escalations: What's Behind DC's Above Asking Deals

Quick Closings, Free Rent, and Big Escalations: What's Behind DC's Above Asking Deals

Nena Perry-Brown | Jun 4th

With listings regularly selling for six figures above asking price in the DC area, UrbanTurf gathered some anecdotes from some of the agents involved.... read»

DC Home Prices Hit a Record High in May, But So Did Sales

DC Home Prices Hit a Record High in May, But So Did Sales

UrbanTurf Staff | Jun 11th

Record home prices are doing nothing to dampen buyer demand.... read»

North Capitol Street Deckover Could Get Public Funding

North Capitol Street Deckover Could Get Public Funding

Nena Perry-Brown | Jun 7th

The deckover would serve as an activated park with a "streetcar café" near Rhode Island Avenue, lawn and seating areas, an amphitheater, a children's... read»

The 2,200 Units Landing Soon in National Landing

The 2,200 Units Landing Soon in National Landing

Nena Perry-Brown | May 26th

A lot of developments have gone on-hold since the Amazon excitement wore off.... read»

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