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More Retail and Metro Improvements For Massive Poplar Point Redevelopment More Retail and Metro Improvements For Massive Poplar Point Redevelopment

In preparation for zoning review, Redbrick Partners adds more retail and a more pedestrian-friendly streetscape to a planned five-building development at Poplar Point. read»

 


 
Sales Launch for Stylish Condos in a Prime Capitol Hill Location Sales Launch for Stylish Condos in a Prime Capitol Hill Location

Stone Hill, by notable boutique developer Pecar Properties, includes one bedrooms starting in the mid $300s and two bedrooms starting in the low $600s. read»

 


 
Does a Soft September Mean That DC's Housing Market is Starting to Slow Down? Does a Soft September Mean That DC's Housing Market is Starting to Slow Down?

In July and August, median home prices in the District dropped as inventory increased, and the latest report from Bright MLS shows that September largely hewed to that narrative. read»

 


 
Under Contract: Ten Days or Less, From Takoma to Capitol Hill Under Contract: Ten Days or Less, From Takoma to Capitol Hill

For this installment of Under Contract, UrbanTurf revisits three recently-featured listings, including two early 20th-century houses on opposite sides of the city, that found buyers in 10 days or less. read»

 


 
Tuesday's Must Reads Tuesday's Must Reads

Tysons Corner excluded from NoVA's Amazon bid; Howard University re-offers sites for redevelopment; and insurance fund and rent subsidy launched for DC's vulnerable. read»