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From Flat to Single-Family: Capitol Hill Couple's Arduous Application From Flat to Single-Family: Capitol Hill Couple's Arduous Application

Earlier this year, UrbanTurf reported on a Capitol Hill couple's application to construct a two-unit flat on the alley abutting their property. Here's an update on the progress (or lack thereof) they were able to make. read»

 


 
Upside Down Under Contract: From 81 Days in Logan Circle to Under a Week in Wheaton Upside Down Under Contract: From 81 Days in Logan Circle to Under a Week in Wheaton

For Under Contract this week, UrbanTurf highlights two recently-featured homes in Wheaton and Logan Circle that went under contract this month. read»

 


 
How the Senate Tax Reform Bill Would Effect DC-Area Homeowners How the Senate Tax Reform Bill Would Effect DC-Area Homeowners

In the wake of the U.S. Senate passing a tax reform bill late last week, UrbanTurf summarizes how the bill would impact current and aspiring homeowners. read»

 


 
Monday's Must Reads Monday's Must Reads

Frederick Douglass's first DC home hits the market; "repriorment" senior living project proposed for Tysons; and Bethesda approves first dollars-for-density development. read»