Fort Totten

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250 Units, a Food Hall, and an Eye-Catching Entertainment Venue Planned For Fort Totten

250 Units, a Food Hall, and an Eye-Catching Entertainment Venue Planned For Fort Totten

Nena Perry-Brown | September 5th 2018

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation is anticipated to deliver nearly a half-million square feet of mixed use to South Dakota Avenue. ... read »

Best New Listings: From Fallingwater-Style in Cleveland Park to Petite and Peaceful Near Petworth

Best New Listings: From Fallingwater-Style in Cleveland Park to Petite and Peaceful Near Petworth

Nena Perry-Brown | April 13th 2018

This week’s Best New Listings includes a familiar street, a mid-century marvel in Cleveland Park, a six-bedroom in Spring Valley and a rowhouse in... read »

Restaurants, Retail and 185 Townhouses Proposed for Fort Totten

Restaurants, Retail and 185 Townhouses Proposed for Fort Totten

Nena Perry-Brown | March 9th 2018

A mixed-use development with up to 185 townhouses is being proposed for the intersection of Riggs Road and South Dakota Avenue NE. ... read »

From Brookland to Fort Lincoln, The North-Northeast Development Rundown

From Brookland to Fort Lincoln, The North-Northeast Development Rundown

Nena Perry-Brown | December 14th 2016

This week, UrbanTurf concludes its 2016 look at what is in the residential development pipeline throughout the DC area with a look at what is on tap... read »

Under Contract: From 48 Hours to Seven Whole Days

Under Contract: From 48 Hours to Seven Whole Days

Nena Perry-Brown | September 19th 2016

In this installment of Under Contract, UrbanTurf revisits three recently-featured homes that went under contract in times ranging from 48 hours to... read »

40 Townhouses Proposed For Fort Totten

40 Townhouses Proposed For Fort Totten

UrbanTurf Staff | March 6th 2015

Developer Comstock filed a planned unit development for the project, Totten Mews, on Friday. ... read »

Walmart, Fort Totten Square Move Forward

Walmart, Fort Totten Square Move Forward

Shilpi Paul | January 30th 2013 | 2 Comments

On Wednesday morning, with dirt-moving construction equipment working away in the background, officials gathered to ceremonially break ground at Fort... read »

The Neighborhoods of 2015, Revisited

The Neighborhoods of 2015, Revisited

Shilpi Paul | June 8th 2012 | 7 Comments

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 »

Fort Totten: Five Years Could Make a Big Difference

Fort Totten: Five Years Could Make a Big Difference

Andrew Siddons | April 15th 2011 | 2 Comments

For most DC residents, Fort Totten is little more than a transfer point for Metro's Red, Yellow and Green lines. But planned development could make... read »

The Neighborhoods of 2015

The Neighborhoods of 2015

Mark Wellborn | May 21st 2010 | 21 Comments

Here at UrbanTurf, we have found that DC homebuyers are almost as interested in finding a good-priced single-family home in a neighborhood that is on... read »

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