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As You Like It? The Revised Plan For The Bard in Southwest As You Like It? The Revised Plan For The Bard in Southwest

Months after expressing their intent to refile a planned-unit development (PUD) application, the development team behind The Bard in Southwest has submitted a new, more pared-down proposal to zoning officials. read»

 


 
Best New Listings: The Northeast Edition Best New Listings: The Northeast Edition

This week's Best New Listings include two listings in two different Northeast DC neighborhoods. read»

 


 
DC Home Prices Tick Back Up in October, And So Does Inventory DC Home Prices Tick Back Up in October, And So Does Inventory

For the past four months, the DC housing market has been an outlier in the region, clocking four consecutive months in which the median sales price dropped and inventory rose. However, October market data in some ways proves that that particular dynamic was more of an anomaly than an indicator. read»

 


 
Friday's Must Reads Friday's Must Reads

Originals vs. "copycats"; neighbors vs. alley home renovation; and DC residents vs. food deserts. read»

 


 
16th Street Heights: Taking it Slow on God's Boulevard 16th Street Heights: Taking it Slow on God's Boulevard

Change is coming slowly to 16th Street Heights -- and that’s how residents like it. read»