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East Of The River

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under East Of The River, from most recent to least.

Is Anacostia’s First Starbucks Opening This Week?

Is Anacostia’s First Starbucks Opening This Week?

Nena Perry-Brown | May 20th 2020

Window art on the storefront hints at an impending opening. ... read »

Anacostia: A Neighborhood, Not a Region

Anacostia: A Neighborhood, Not a Region

Zak Salih | January 24th 2020

Anacostia has long fought against its reputation as being both removed from the rest of DC and a less-than-desirable place to live. ... read »

Name Aside, East End Grocery Incentive Program Appears Destined for Funding

Name Aside, East End Grocery Incentive Program Appears Destined for Funding

Nena Perry-Brown | June 17th 2019

Ward 7 councilmember Vincent Gray announced the availability of funds for a program to increase investment in grocery stores east of the Anacostia... read »

East of the River Residents Aim to Reclaim Their Neighborhoods

East of the River Residents Aim to Reclaim Their Neighborhoods

Nena Perry-Brown | May 30th 2019

A conversation about whether to retain the East of the River moniker turned to one about neighborhood pride and who rebranding serves. ... read »

Two-Year Extension Sought for 85-Unit Development at DC-Maryland Border

Two-Year Extension Sought for 85-Unit Development at DC-Maryland Border

Nena Perry-Brown | May 6th 2019

The developer cites lingering hesitation to invest in projects east of the Anacostia River as part of why ground hasn't broken. ... read »

East of the River Residents Organize to Create Grocery Co-Op

East of the River Residents Organize to Create Grocery Co-Op

Nena Perry-Brown | April 22nd 2019

Residents in Wards 7 and 8 are taking matters into their own hands to wrest the "food desert" narrative from traditional grocery retailers. ... read »

The 3,200 Residential Units Planned for Anacostia

The 3,200 Residential Units Planned for Anacostia

Nena Perry-Brown | October 25th 2017

Whether you call it East of the River or East End, areas in Wards 7 and 8 have a slew of large-scale development on the boards ... read »

JPMorgan Chase Announces $10 Million Investment East of the River

JPMorgan Chase Announces $10 Million Investment East of the River

Nena Perry-Brown | September 25th 2017

This morning, JPMorgan Chase announced an investment of $10 million to protect communities east of the Anacostia River from displacement. Half of the... read »

A Record-Setting Home Sale East of the Anacostia

A Record-Setting Home Sale East of the Anacostia

Nena Perry-Brown | August 7th 2017

Despite having some of the lowest home prices in the city, neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River are still churning out high, and in some cases,... read »

30-Unit Market-Rate Development Planned East of the River

30-Unit Market-Rate Development Planned East of the River

Nena Perry-Brown | October 25th 2016

Oella Design Studio has applied to replace a vacant apartment complex where 25th Street merges into Alabama Avenue with 30 market-rate apartments. ... read »

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