Washington City Paper Housing Complex reporter Lydia DePillis is soliciting stories on pop-ups. Contact her if you are passionate about pop-ups — or even if you`re not! Tell Me Your Pop-Up Stories Posted by Lydia DePillis on Jan. 10, 2012 at 9:14 am One thing I`ve noticed after a couple years of watching neighborhood blogs … More City Paper wants to hear your pop-up stories
The Washington Post Real Estate Section is working on an article featuring Truxton Circle. Jennifer Ragins and I were interviewed for the article and possible others as well. Jennifer Ragins, one of the founders of the Bates Area Civic Association and President of the Homeowners Association possesses tremendous knowledge of the historic value of our … More Washington Post to Feature Truxton Circle Neighborhood
On Saturday, March 19th I stopped at the Florida Avenue Coffee House, 220 Florida Avenue, for a cup of coffee. Was I surprised not only by how beautifully renovated the place was, but also by the quality of the coffee and the great customer service. Currently, the hours of operations are 7am – 4pm. Soon, … More Florida Avenue Coffee House is Opened
401 P Street (at NJ Ave.) is on the market for $800k. Here’s the description: “BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM RENOVATION! Hardwood floors throughout. Living room w/ two sided gas fireplace leading to two story entertainment area. Formal dining room w/ exposed brick. Commercial kitchen appliances. Upper level sitting room w/ half bth. Master bath with large glass … More Wow! Look inside 401 P Street!
The Prince of Petworth (PoP) blog reports on the recently renovated building at 3rd and P Street NW. Update on Building at 3rd and P St, NW Plus Ozio Getting a Roof Deck http://www.princeofpetworth.com/2010/08/update-on-building-at-3rd-and-p-st-nw-plus-ozio-getting-a-roof-deck/ Does PoP share any * new * news here? Ummmm …… One of the comments to this post includes a link with … More Prince of Petworth reports on 3rd & P St NW building
Wal-Mart in negotiations to open D.C. store http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/02/AR2010070204912_pf.html By Jonathan O’Connell Monday, July 5, 2010; 4 Fresh off a deal with the City of Chicago that will allow Wal-Mart Stores to open more than a dozen locations there, the mega-retailer is closing in on an agreement to open its first store in D.C. Wal-Mart is … More Wal-Mart in negotiations to open D.C. store
Area home prices increase most in U.S. over past year By: David Sherfinski Examiner Staff Writer May 20, 2010 Nationally, home prices increased by 1.7 percent, but the metro area saw prices for single-family homes increase 6.4 percent. (Arianne Starnes/Examiner file) Home prices in the Washington area increased by the most in the country during … More Examiner: DC home prices up most in U.S. over past year
Truxton Row is a wonderful collection of newly constructed townhouse condominium residences in the heart of beautiful, historic Mount Vernon Square. Created and built by Collins Lange Development in partnership with well-known Robertson Development, Truxton Row features handsome, well-detailed, period facades combined with exceptional interiors, thoughtfully designed for function and furnishing. Truxton Row is for … More Truxton Row townhouses on 4th/N
9 br / 8 ba / 3,000 sqft / Townhome List price: $899,000 open sunday 1-4 10 br, 8 ba, 4 Fls TH,brick front, Hw Flrs, W/O Bsmt, updated. via 1243 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington DC – Trulia.
446 Q St Nw, Washington, DC 20001 Residential, Attach/Row Hse List Price: $449,000 Beds: 2 Baths: 2 Newly renovated Rowhome with 2 bedrooms plus den/could be 3rd bedroom. Table space kitchen with granite and stainless, powder room, CAC,large room sizes,2nd level deck, lower level rear deck with off street parking,Amazing Central Location close to metros, … More Real Estate Alert: 446 Q ST NW