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Editor's Choice

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Editor's Choice, from most recent to least.

Dupont Circle’s Old Frat House To Become Alley Home

Dupont Circle’s Old Frat House To Become Alley Home

Shilpi Paul | January 30th 2013

In a city chock full of row houses and condos, unusual properties can be hard to find. However, this recently purchased Dupont Circle building,... read »

Renderings Reveal Mountain Lodge Feel at Brookland’s Monroe Street Market

Renderings Reveal Mountain Lodge Feel at Brookland’s Monroe Street Market

UrbanTurf Staff | January 3rd 2013

New renderings of the first three apartment buildings to deliver in Brookland's Monroe Street Market have been released, giving a sense at least of... read »

The Political Leanings of DC Zip Codes

The Political Leanings of DC Zip Codes

Shilpi Paul | November 1st 2012

In preparation for next week's election, UrbanTurf dug into campaign donation data for the DC area to find out where Barack Obama and Mitt Romney... read »

Is DC Ready For 275-Square Foot Housing?

Is DC Ready For 275-Square Foot Housing?

Shilpi Paul | October 10th 2012

Micro-units, or residences that are under 300 square feet, have been a hot topic around the country over the past few months. Is DC's housing market... read »

Activist Moms: School Reform Through Listservs, Facebook and Action

Activist Moms: School Reform Through Listservs, Facebook and Action

Shilpi Paul | August 22nd 2012

The state of DC's public schools is often the reason that young families decide to head for the suburbs once their children reach school age. Mothers... read »

New York is Test Driving Condos. Should DC?

New York is Test Driving Condos. Should DC?

Shilpi Paul | August 2nd 2012

Several New York buildings are trying out a strategy that can eliminate buyer's remorse: allowing people to "test out" condos before buying. Should... read »

Putting Up Walls to Bring Down the Rent

Putting Up Walls to Bring Down the Rent

Shilpi Paul | July 18th 2012

Many young DC renters have found a way to live in the city's most luxurious apartment buildings without going broke. ... read »

Competition Cuts Out The Mediocre in DC’s Growing Restaurant Scene

Competition Cuts Out The Mediocre in DC’s Growing Restaurant Scene

Rebecca Cooper | July 12th 2012

The total number of restaurants in DC has nearly doubled since 2001, but a rash of closings signals that competition in the city is higher than ever.... read »

Capitol Riverfront and H Street See Big Rent Increases

Capitol Riverfront and H Street See Big Rent Increases

UrbanTurf Staff | July 5th 2012

Back in April, we reported that the DC area could be a renter's market, at least for a spell, by later this year. While that still may be true, rents... read »

The Neighborhoods of 2015, Revisited

The Neighborhoods of 2015, Revisited

Shilpi Paul | June 8th 2012

In 2010, UrbanTurf reached out to a selection of bloggers, journalists, real estate agents and developers to give us their thoughts on what unsung DC... read »

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