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Congress Heights

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Congress Heights, from most recent to least.

Fairly Flat: The Congress Heights Housing Market, By the Numbers

Fairly Flat: The Congress Heights Housing Market, By the Numbers

UrbanTurf Staff | October 26th 2020

Home prices were up slightly this year as home sales fell in the Ward 8 neighborhood. ... read »

The Next 700 Units in the Works in and Around Congress Heights

The Next 700 Units in the Works in and Around Congress Heights

Nena Perry-Brown | October 26th 2020

Congress Heights has as many multifamily projects in-progress as it does in limbo.  ... read »

A New Development Solicitation at St. Elizabeths

A New Development Solicitation at St. Elizabeths

Nena Perry-Brown | January 20th 2020

An RFP was released last week for two adaptive reuse projects and a vacant site at the campus. ... read »

The Over 1,150 Units Destined for Congress Heights

The Over 1,150 Units Destined for Congress Heights

Nena Perry-Brown | August 20th 2019

Today, UrbanTurf turns our attention to the residential pipeline in the neighborhood with one of the most competitive housing markets citywide. ... read »

A Map Amendment Could Pave the Way For More Residential Development in Congress Heights

A Map Amendment Could Pave the Way For More Residential Development in Congress Heights

Nena Perry-Brown | August 12th 2019

The owner of two buildings on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue has filed an application to rezone the sites to allow for denser mixed-use development. ... read »

Beleaguered Development at Congress Heights Metro Requests Extension

Beleaguered Development at Congress Heights Metro Requests Extension

Nena Perry-Brown | June 7th 2019

The developer of the former Sanford Capital property is requesting an extension in the midst of pending litigation. ... read »

The 6 DC Neighborhoods Where You Are Paying Above Asking

The 6 DC Neighborhoods Where You Are Paying Above Asking

UrbanTurf Staff | May 31st 2019

So far in 2019, homes in six DC neighborhoods have been selling at or above their asking price, on average. ... read »

Will the 11th Street Bridge Park Community Land Trust Soon Make Its First Purchase?

Will the 11th Street Bridge Park Community Land Trust Soon Make Its First Purchase?

Nena Perry-Brown | March 11th 2019

Three years after the idea of a community land trust was floated by the group behind the 11th Street Bridge Park, the trust could be making its... read »

Best New Listings: A Dupont Circle Duplex, a Congress Heights Condo, and a Creek-top Ranch

Best New Listings: A Dupont Circle Duplex, a Congress Heights Condo, and a Creek-top Ranch

Nena Perry-Brown | November 16th 2018

This week’s Best New Listings includes a cute Congress Heights condo, a rancher above Sligo Creek, and a house-sized Dupont Circle duplex. ... read »

The 10 Residential Developments on the Boards For Deanwood and Congress Heights

The 10 Residential Developments on the Boards For Deanwood and Congress Heights

Nena Perry-Brown | October 2nd 2018

Today, UrbanTurf catches up with the residential pipeline in two east of the River neighborhoods that have received a lot of attention lately:... read »

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