Exorcist Steps in Georgetown Now a Historic Landmark
The infamous 97 steps situated between M Street NW and Prospect Street in Georgetown have recently been granted “historic landmark ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on February 18, 2019
Great Falls & McLean Among Wealthiest Places in Nation
Once again two of Virginia’s elite communities placed in the Top 50 for Bloomberg’s 2019 Richest Places ranking. Great Falls came ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on February 15, 2019
Finding the Best Places to Shop In Alexandria
In addition to its rich history, Alexandria is also home to great shopping ranging from the more traditional retail malls to eclectic boutiques and ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on January 19, 2019
Arlington Top City for Millennials
When it comes to everything from jobs to nightlife, Arlington comes out on top. At least that’s according to a recent ranking of the ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on August 3, 2018
Neighborhood Spotlight: Adams Morgan
Popular with young professionals, the Adams Morgan neighborhood boasts one of the liveliest nightlifes as well as a mix of coffee shops, ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 22, 2018
Hollin Hills: Mid-century Modern Gem In Alexandria
In a region where center-hall Colonials and period homes dominate, Hollin Hills in Alexandria offers a vastly different aesthetic and history, ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 19, 2018
Now You Can Live in a Tony Suburb in the City: Cleveland Park
Cleveland Park is perhaps best known as the site of the National Zoo and the Uptown Theater as well as its "grand dame" apartments on Connecticut ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 1, 2018
Northhampton Place: An Oasis of Luxury in Alexandria
Everything Residents Could Possibly Need Under One Roof
Northhampton Place is a small oasis of luxury in Alexandria, Virginia, situated just ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on February 17, 2018
Here's Why Evans Farms in McLean Combines Luxury and History
Evans Farm in McLean, Virginia, is a signature example of a luxury community that has successfully preserved its historic past while ensuring the ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on February 7, 2018
Why Gaslight Square Redefines Luxury Living in Arlington
Those sighs of satisfaction emanating from North Arlington are the sound of owners at Gaslight Square delighting in their new homes. Gaslight ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on January 22, 2018
Cameron Station in Alexandria Offers the Feel of a Gated Community
Cameron Station, located in the West End of Alexandria, Virginia, is NOT a gated community but residents who live there point to the sense of ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on January 5, 2018
Here's Why Ballston is an Urban Village
Balancing Suburbia With Urban Conveniences
Located on the western end of Arlington's Rosslyn-Ballston corridor, Ballston bridges two distinct areas ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 16, 2017
Here's Why Clarendon is DC's Yuppiest Neighborhood
Last in 2014, Thrillist awarded Clarendon, Virginia, the dubious distinction of ranking it among "The Nine Yuppiest Neighborhoods in America." ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on November 22, 2017
Suburb in the City: American University Park
DC Urban Turf characterizes the American University Park neighborhood as “one of DC’s last frontiers” before the suburbs. AU ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on November 2, 2017
Here's How You Can Live in a Historic Space on Capitol Hill
Many of DC's most captivating real estate spaces on the market today are historic dwellings that have been uniquely repurposed for luxurious living....
Posted by Mark Washburn on September 19, 2017
The Beat Goes on at Parker15 Luxury Condos
DC’s vibrant U Street Corridor will soon be home to another luxury condo building. Bozzuto Homes is developing the hotly anticipated ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on September 6, 2017
Alexandria Tops For Seniors
While Florida may be the obvious choice for early retirees at first blush, the Arlington/Alexandria, Virginia, area edged out Florida's major ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on August 30, 2017
Who Wants a Pet-friendly High-rise in Arlington?
With more and more Americans delaying marriage and children, pet ownership is at an all-time high. In fact, 68% of all U.S. households in ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on July 8, 2017