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Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Pop-ups, from most recent to least.

Georgetown May Get a Sandlot by This Summer

Georgetown May Get a Sandlot by This Summer

Nena Perry-Brown | March 5th 2021

The Old Georgetown Board granted approval for Sandlot Northwest to run through the end of this year.... read»

Get On My Lawn: This Summer's National Building Museum Exhibit Embodies Indoor Outdoor Life

Get On My Lawn: This Summer's National Building Museum Exhibit Embodies Indoor Outdoor Life

Nena Perry-Brown | July 3rd 2019

The display is the latest to pop up in the Great Hall for the museum's Summer Block Party series.... read»

Plans for Petworth Hop-Back Filed With Zoning

Plans for Petworth Hop-Back Filed With Zoning

Nena Perry-Brown | May 10th 2017

Last month, UrbanTurf reported on a proposed hop-back in Petworth, where two adjacent rowhouses would be turned into six townhouse-style units. Now, t... read»

Forget Pop Ups, Say Hello to the Petworth Hop-Back

Forget Pop Ups, Say Hello to the Petworth Hop-Back

Nena Perry-Brown | April 4th 2017

A development partnership is proposing to build a "hop-back" behind two Petworth rowhouses, creating six townhouse-style units across an "elongated bu... read»

Popped-Up Design at Former FootAction in Adams Morgan Faces Opposition

Popped-Up Design at Former FootAction in Adams Morgan Faces Opposition

Nena Perry-Brown | September 22nd 2016

The ANC 1C planning committee voted unanimously to recommend that the full ANC oppose the proposed design for 1815 Columbia Road NW, which would incre... read»

With Pop-Up Restrictions in Effect, DCRA Outlines Rules

With Pop-Up Restrictions in Effect, DCRA Outlines Rules

Lark Turner | June 29th 2015

Permits in the city's R-4 districts that haven't yet been issued will be subject to the new rules.... read»

Shaw Pop-Up Stalled for Better Design at Board of Zoning Adjustment

Shaw Pop-Up Stalled for Better Design at Board of Zoning Adjustment

Lark Turner | June 23rd 2015

Despite support from the Office of Planning, a pop-up under 35 feet was held back at the Board of Zoning Adjustment on Tuesday because a board member ... read»

Zoning Commission Hardens Rule Restricting Pop-Ups

Zoning Commission Hardens Rule Restricting Pop-Ups

Lark Turner | June 8th 2015

The Zoning Commission made it especially hard to convert houses in R-4 zones into apartments, condos or co-ops.... read»

Councilmember Introduces Bill to Ban All Single-Family Conversions in DC

Councilmember Introduces Bill to Ban All Single-Family Conversions in DC

Lark Turner | April 10th 2015

The emergency legislation aims to ban pop-ups and conversions.... read»

Where Zoning Commissioners Stand on DC's Proposed Pop-Up Rule

Where Zoning Commissioners Stand on DC's Proposed Pop-Up Rule

Lark Turner | February 10th 2015

UrbanTurf breaks down where the commissioners stand on the much-debated rule. ... read»

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