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Penn Quarter

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Penn Quarter, from most recent to least.

Penn Quarter/Chinatown: DC’s Go-Go-Go Neighborhood

Penn Quarter/Chinatown: DC’s Go-Go-Go Neighborhood

Amanda Abrams | February 10th 2011 | 9 Comments

If an urban area is defined as a place with chockablock storefronts, sophisticated restaurants, and a high ratio of pedestrians per square foot of... read »

This Week’s Find: House Hunting for John Wall

This Week’s Find: House Hunting for John Wall

UrbanTurf Staff | February 2nd 2011 | 6 Comments

It was revealed in a recent Washington Post article that John Wall rents a high-end apartment not too far from the Verizon Center. Knowing how... read »

DC Buyer: Lobbyist Looking For a Studio Crash Pad

DC Buyer: Lobbyist Looking For a Studio Crash Pad

Martin Smith | March 31st 2010 | 8 Comments

In this week's DC Buyer, we’re working with Mara, a DC lobbyist who is looking for a studio unit in DC for the days that she can't go back to her... read »

What $695K Buys You: A Unicorn in Penn Quarter

What $695K Buys You: A Unicorn in Penn Quarter

Mark Wellborn | March 24th 2010 | 1 Comment

As we noted in an article last week, there are only about 70 three-bedroom units on the market in DC, making it a fairly rare property type in the... read »

“If I Had $2 Million” Listing: Ultra-Modern Home in Penn Quarter

“If I Had $2 Million” Listing: Ultra-Modern Home in Penn Quarter

Mark Wellborn | March 12th 2010 | 9 Comments

This week's If I Had $2 Million listing certainly caters to a particular type of buyer. The ultra-modern three-level, three-bedroom unit was designed... read »

Rent vs. Buy: Penn Quarter

Rent vs. Buy: Penn Quarter

Michele Lerner | February 4th 2010 | 7 Comments

In Rent vs. Buy this week, UrbanTurf looks at Penn Quarter to gather estimates of rent and home prices, in order to determine which makes more sense... read »

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