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Sending Our Love and Support During this Time of Uncertainty

Clients, Neighbors, & Friends, First and foremost, we want to send our support and love during this time of uncertainty.  While our regular routines have been upended, please know we’re continuing to work diligently to provide the highest level of service and guidance to our clients. We're taking all necessary precautions to keep everyone safe [...]

2020-03-27T21:46:39+00:00March 27th, 2020|

DC’s Beer Hall-Turned-Relief Center Needs More Help From Chefs

This week, a 13,000-square-foot events space in DC’s Park View neighborhood has turned into a relief center helping service industry workers secure essentials while fallout from the coronavirus pandemic grinds restaurant business to a halt. Since Monday, Hook Hall (3400 Georgia Avenue NW) has been distributing meals and care packages to a crowd facing reduced or revoked schedules [...]

2020-03-27T19:03:15+00:00March 27th, 2020|

How Well is DC Doing at Social Distancing?

As U.S. states, cities, and counties implement their own responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, one company is contemplating how well each is doing. Unacast has published an interactive analysis of the extent to which different places are following the World Health Organization's and the Center for Disease Control's recommendations to enact social distancing. So far, the country [...]

2020-03-27T19:25:39+00:00March 27th, 2020|

Stuck at Home? Order Breakfast Delivery from these DC Spots

Destinations for pricey tasting menus, tweezer-plated dishes, and curated wine pairings have had to turn their entire business models upside down overnight in order to survive the coronavirus crisis. With restaurants across the region forced to close, the fanciest of dining rooms have suddenly become takeout and delivery joints. If there’s a silver lining, it’s that [...]

2020-03-20T19:50:48+00:00March 20th, 2020|

4 DC Hikes to Get Away From Crowds

Before the coronavirus crisis made social distancing a priority, local hiking trails were already go-to spots for respite from city crowds. Conveniently, Washingtonian has previously explored the area’s peaks and panoramas. We can’t guarantee these spots will be empty, so be prepared to adapt if trails begin to fill. Here are some hiking options in DC. Rock Creek Park [...]

2020-03-20T19:31:33+00:00March 20th, 2020|

46 R Street NW

5 Bed  |  4.5 Bath  |  Listed at $1,549,000 Stunningly renovated 1895 brick bay-front Victorian rowhouse in the true heart of Bloomingdale. Design features galore, including a three-story interior atrium lined with floor to ceiling windows and adorned with multiple skylights, roof terrace with views of the Washington Monument and the [...]

2020-03-19T14:39:58+00:00March 19th, 2020|

46 V Street NW

5 Bed  |  4.5 Bath  |  Listed at $1,495,000 Nestled on a quiet tree lined street and overlooking Crispus Attucks Park, this custom designed home is conveniently located in the heart of Le Droit Park, giving you the best the city has to offer. This home offers 3,000 square feet with an [...]

2020-03-16T14:48:34+00:00March 16th, 2020|

Stuck At Home? Order Brunch And Breakfast Delivery From These DC-Area Spots

Social distancing doesn’t mean you have to put space between you and your bacon-egg-and-cheese. Before work-from-home orders and quarantines kept Washingtonians at home, we considered the convenience of breakfast delivered to your door: Bullfrog Bagels You can have bagels delivered by the dozen, mix-and-match flavors individually, or try their lineup of bagel sandwiches like a smoked salmon [...]

2020-03-13T15:01:49+00:00March 13th, 2020|

DC-Area Housing Market Lifts Off in February

It may have been cold last month, but the housing market in the DC region was quite hot. From record home sales to rising prices to homes selling in less than a week, the market was firing on all cylinders in February. The latest report by ShowingTime, using Bright MLS data, shows that the median home [...]

2020-03-13T14:54:50+00:00March 13th, 2020|

No Signs of a Coronavirus Effect on the DC Housing Market Demand

In the last week, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic (more popularly known as coronavirus) has penetrated the nationwide consciousness. Locally, events are being cancelled, college classes and workplaces are switching to remote work, and the DC mayor declared a public health emergency. Thus far, however, increasing awareness about coronavirus has not quelled demand in the DC housing market. [...]

2020-03-13T14:29:19+00:00March 13th, 2020|