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
Discover the Transformation of Barracks Row in Capitol Hill
Barracks Row is a five-block stretch of Eighth Street, SE, in the Eastern Market neighborhood on Capitol Hill that has seen its fortunes ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on June 22, 2017
Here's Why The Laundry Is Selling Well on Capitol Hill
Recently, the DC area has seen a spate of church and school sites repurposed as part of innovative new redevelopment programs. The Maples and The ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on May 26, 2015
Here's Why a Church-to-Residential Project is Hot in Columbia Heights
Developer OPaL LLC is resurrecting (pun intended) the site of a former church and religious property at 777 Morton Street, NW in Columbia Heights in ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 18, 2015
The Maples Condos Selling Well on Capitol Hill
All eyes are on The Maples on Capitol Hill -- one of the city's newest condo residences -- and one that is expected to deliver any day now. ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on February 23, 2015
Capitol Hill Is DC's Family Neighborhood
Ada Wells* (name changed) is not a senator, Member of Congress or congressional staffer although she lives side-by-side with many elected officials ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on May 10, 2014
Top Restaurants in Washington DC
In the past few years Washington DC has made a transition from being known as a “political hub” to a “foodie town.” If you ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 24, 2014
A New Movie Theatre Set to Open in the NoMa Neighborhood
Landmark Theatres recently announced their plans to open a 10-screen movie theater in the NoMa neighborhood one block from the NoMa/Gallaudet U ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on November 29, 2013
Discovering the National Mall in Washington
At the heart of the city, the tree-lined National Mall continues to serve as a compelling reminder of American history and sacrifice The ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on November 8, 2013
An Old Building About to be Restored
The iconic Capitol dome in Washington, DC, has been scheduled for restoration for some time now. 1,000 cracks in the dome, along with other ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on October 25, 2013
Best Unique Shops Found in Washington DC
From small specialty shops to local farmers' markets, DC is a foodie paradise, despite the fact that shopping is many times overshadowed by DC's ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on October 15, 2013
The Top Shopping Neighborhoods in Washington DC
From cozy boutiques to couture shopping, Washington, DC, is thriving as a shopping mecca because of the area's high income and constant influx of ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on October 8, 2013
Discover the National Mall in Washington DC
As a central point of the city and one of the most popular places for sightseeing, many new residents make the National Mall their first stop ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on September 20, 2013
Discover the DC Parks in the Fall
Washington DC is full of great parks and the fall season is the perfect time to explore their many advantages.
Parks in Capitol Hill
The Capitol Hill ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on September 17, 2013
Favorite Things to Do in Washington DC
While DC's monuments are always a treat, there are a number of other activities off the beaten track that appeal to locals. Here's a ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on August 22, 2013
The Best Labor Day Events in Washington DC
The Washington, DC, area offers a number of choices for celebrating this year's Labor Day weekend. Following is a list of top choices:
Kennedy Center ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on August 21, 2013
Shoppers Relocating to Top Neighborhoods in Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. is full of great places to shop and if you plan to relocate to the area, you may want to consider choosing a neighborhood close to ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on July 19, 2013