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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.

Best New Listings: A One-Bedroom For Wardman Lovers; A Fleet of Fireplaces in Georgetown

Best New Listings: A One-Bedroom For Wardman Lovers; A Fleet of Fireplaces in Georgetown

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 29th

This week’s Best New Listings includes a one-bedroom for Wardman-lovers, a five-bedroom in Bethesda, and a six-bedroom in Georgetown.... read»

Same Team, Different Development: 450 Units Proposed for Downtown Bethesda Site

Same Team, Different Development: 450 Units Proposed for Downtown Bethesda Site

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 25th

Another 7-Eleven site redevelopment is (back) in the works — this time in downtown Bethesda. ... read»

The 15 Projects and 870 Units on the Boards Around Shaw, and What's Up Next

The 15 Projects and 870 Units on the Boards Around Shaw, and What's Up Next

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 9th

The pipeline around Shaw has a lot of activity going on, even if some of it looks like musical chairs.... read»

$600 Monthly Savings: How DC Homeowners Are Getting in on the Refinancing Bonanza

$600 Monthly Savings: How DC Homeowners Are Getting in on the Refinancing Bonanza

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 5th

As mortgage rates hover near record lows, many DC homeowners are taking advantage of rates that they may not see again. ... read»

A Closer Look at the Next Office Building at The Yards

A Closer Look at the Next Office Building at The Yards

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 1st

As the office building planned for Parcel F at The Yards continues to move through the design review process, more detailed renderings have emerged. ... read»

Could this Acclaimed DC Sculpture at National Geographic be Relocated to Canal Park?

Could this Acclaimed DC Sculpture at National Geographic be Relocated to Canal Park?

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 3rd

The National Geographic Society has a suggestion for where it could relocate the noteworthy sculpture in front of its 16th Street headquarters campus.... read»

The 10 DC-Area Neighborhoods With Only a Handful of Homes For Sale

The 10 DC-Area Neighborhoods With Only a Handful of Homes For Sale

UrbanTurf Staff | Feb 10th

UrbanTurf did some digging to find ten neighborhoods where the inventory of homes for sale is particularly low.... read»

Best New Listings: A Live/Work Loft in Alexandria; An Arlington Bungalow Full of Surprises

Best New Listings: A Live/Work Loft in Alexandria; An Arlington Bungalow Full of Surprises

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 5th

This week’s Best New Listings includes a live/work loft in Del Ray, a bungalow in Arlington, and a 19th century house in Capitol Hill.... read»

70-Foot Development Will Wrap Around Bethesda Row

70-Foot Development Will Wrap Around Bethesda Row

UrbanTurf Staff | Feb 17th

Federal Realty posted the sketch plan for the 275,000 square-foot project on Wednesday.... read»

Final Opportunity to Own at Dupont Circle’s Most Elegant Condominium

Final Opportunity to Own at Dupont Circle’s Most Elegant Condominium

UrbanTurf Sponsor | Feb 11th

1745N is tucked beyond vintage iron gates and a classic, historic exterior in the heart of Dupont Circle.... read»

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