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WMATA Floats New Blue Line with Georgetown Metro Stop

As Metro explores ways to alleviate congestion on the Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines, WMATA is putting forth some new (and old) proposals, most of which would add a second Metro stop in Rosslyn, and some of which resurrect the concept of a Georgetown Metro station. The six proposals, announced on Thursday, are part of the Blue/Orange/Silver [...]

2019-12-06T19:30:17+00:00December 6th, 2019|

Where to See Holiday Light Displays Around Washington

Christmas bulbs strung around the city are shining a light on the holiday season. These creative displays will get you in the caroling-and-eggnog mood. The District’s Holiday Boat Parade 760 Maine Ave., SW  Head to the Wharf to watch 60 boats float through the Washington Channel, decked out in their Christmas best. Illuminated by fireworks, [...]

2019-12-06T19:26:24+00:00December 6th, 2019|

A New Flood Wall Proposed in Georgetown

Flooding at Washington Harbour; flood gates to right. Click to enlarge. Following years of intermittent flooding, a new flood wall is being proposed in Georgetown. On behalf of Global Holdings Management Group, architect Perkins Eastman has submitted plans for a new flood wall system at Washington Harbour for the Old Georgetown Board to review. Existing flood [...]

2019-11-27T15:06:30+00:00November 27th, 2019|

Where to Shop Around D.C. on Small Business Saturday

If you’re on the hunt for personal, local gifts that will stand out (or if you just want to skip Black Friday so you can extend your post-Thanksgiving feast nap), check out Small Business Saturday. Since 2010, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been dedicated to shopping local to show support for small businesses during the holiday season. Here [...]

2019-11-27T15:00:37+00:00November 27th, 2019|

8 Fun Food Events Around D.C. This Weekend

We’re coming to the end of Virginia Cider Week. Stop by Pizzeria Paradiso Old Town on Thursday for local pours from Albemarle CiderWorks and Blue Bee Cider. Prices range from $6 to $11 for the ciders but you can get $3 off drafts during happy hour from 3 to 6:30 PM. Dacha Beer Garden is also getting in on the apple action, Thursday through Wednesday, November 27 with [...]

2019-11-22T18:46:54+00:00November 22nd, 2019|

D.C. Development in 2019, By the Numbers

The Washington DC Economic Partnership hosted its annual meeting today, so we decided to take a look at their newly-released annual report and pick out some of the most interesting statistics when it comes to development in the city this year. $82,381 -- The median income for DC households, a 35 percent increase compared to 2010. By [...]

2019-11-22T17:59:37+00:00November 22nd, 2019|

The Dramatic New Plans For Union Market

EDENS has big plans to expand its imprint on the Union Market neighborhood. Last night, EDENS development manager Sohael Chowfla shared an early look at a dramatic new concept slated for 401 New York Avenue NE (map) and 1348 4th Street NE (map). Aerial of subject site. Click to enlarge. The proposed 567,840 square-foot planned unit development (PUD) [...]

2019-11-15T18:19:34+00:00November 15th, 2019|

Median Home Sales Price in the D.C. Area Sees October Record

October was a strong month for D.C. area home sellers, with the median sales price hitting $460,000, a record for the month. That was an increase of roughly 8 percent, or $33,500, over last year, representing the biggest year-over-year gain since December 2013, reports Bright MLS, the listings company. October home prices have steadily risen [...]

2019-11-15T18:14:44+00:00November 15th, 2019|