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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.

The Near Doubling of DC Home Prices in 10 Years

The Near Doubling of DC Home Prices in 10 Years

UrbanTurf Staff | Jul 14th

UrbanTurf dug into home price data for DC over the last ten years, and found some interesting, if not eye-popping, results.... read»

As DC's Median Home Price Hits $700,000 For First Time, Buyers Take Notice

As DC's Median Home Price Hits $700,000 For First Time, Buyers Take Notice

UrbanTurf Staff | Jul 13th

The median home price in DC hit $700,000 for the first time in June and the new high may be affecting homebuyer demand ever so slightly. ... read»

WC Smith Pitches Large Residential Development at I-695 and South Capitol Street

WC Smith Pitches Large Residential Development at I-695 and South Capitol Street

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 13th

The project will be subject to a design review by the Zoning Commission.... read»

$800? The Highest Prices Per Square Foot For DC Real Estate

$800? The Highest Prices Per Square Foot For DC Real Estate

UrbanTurf Staff | Jul 9th

The neighborhoods with the highest price per square foot in DC are all located in the... read»

A Tesla Town?

A Tesla Town?

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 12th

In partnership with Brookfield and Dacra, the town would be "the first Tesla Solar neighborhood."... read»

Up in the Air and Hitting the Road: The 14 Developments in The Works for Ward 7

Up in the Air and Hitting the Road: The 14 Developments in The Works for Ward 7

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 15th

The past year has been a busy one for development in Ward 7.... read»

691 Apartments Proposed to Replace Rosslyn Xerox Building

691 Apartments Proposed to Replace Rosslyn Xerox Building

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 2nd

The building is meant to be "an iconic architectural feature for Rosslyn's southern gateway."... read»

The 2.5 Million Square Feet of Mixed-Use Development Coming to Montgomery County

The 2.5 Million Square Feet of Mixed-Use Development Coming to Montgomery County

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 19th

The proposed development would include over two million square feet of residential off Montrose Parkway.... read»

A Few More Looks at the Mixed-Use Project Coming Next to DC's Audi Field

A Few More Looks at the Mixed-Use Project Coming Next to DC's Audi Field

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 20th

As the team behind Parcel B files its design review application, more renderings and perspectives are coming to the fore.... read»

The Metro Stations Where Rents Went Down, and Up, Over the Past Year

The Metro Stations Where Rents Went Down, and Up, Over the Past Year

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 1st

A recent report by RentHop states that rents went down at 60% of stations on the Metrorail system. ... read»

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