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Most Popular Posts - This Week

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

836 Units to Gallaudet: Massive University Redevelopment Moves Forward

836 Units to Gallaudet: Massive University Redevelopment Moves Forward

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 6th

After an appeal was dismissed, JBG SMITH and Gallaudet University are moving forward on the first phase of a six-acre development.... read»

A Collective of Missing Middle Housing Planned in Anacostia

A Collective of Missing Middle Housing Planned in Anacostia

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 7th

This Anacostia development may deliver the neighborhood's first co-living units.... read»

North of $700: The Highest Prices Per Square Foot in DC

North of $700: The Highest Prices Per Square Foot in DC

UrbanTurf Staff | Aug 7th

The neighborhoods in DC with the highest real estate prices per square foot in 2020 are all concentrated in the NW quadrant of the city.... read»

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 10th

Maryland and DC are two areas hardest hit by the pandemic-amplifying housing crisis.... read»

Friday's Must Reads

Friday's Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 7th

DDOT's next Slow Streets; a deep dive into the redevelopment of Buzzard Point; and is DC poised to overpay for former Georgetown Day School?... read»

Best New Listings: An 18th Century Converted Church in Rappahannock County

Best New Listings: An 18th Century Converted Church in Rappahannock County

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 7th

This week’s Best New Listings includes a Thomas Circle co-op, a Capitol Hill Queen Anne rowhouse, and a Rappahannock County converted church.... read»

Monday's Must Reads

Monday's Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 10th

Depression-level evictions expected; payment plans no replacement for rental assistance; and dining out linked to Covid spread.... read»

2.88%: Mortgage Rates Drop to Another Record Low

2.88%: Mortgage Rates Drop to Another Record Low

UrbanTurf Staff | Aug 6th

On Thursday, long-term mortgage rates fell to 2.88%, ten basis points lower than the record low set just weeks ago when rates fell below 3%.... read»

Thursday's Must Reads

Thursday's Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 6th

Pandemic may leave little place for "placemaking"; 3D-printed ADUs; and is Bloomingdale finally flood-proof?... read»

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