December 2016

Found 13 blog entries for December 2016.

bradley beal mclean home

The highest paid player in the history of the Washington Wizards is now a homeowner in McLean. Bradley Beal signed a $128 million dollar deal with the team this past summer, and most recently presumably used some of his expected earnings to lay down roots with a new 11,000 square foot home.

The shooting guard paid $3.2 million in October for a six-bedroom, nine-bath mansion originally on the market for more than $3.4 million. The French Provincial-style home includes a formal dining room and wood floored family room with a fireplace, along with custom arched doors leading to a patio, complete with another fireplace and sound system for outdoor living and entertaining space. The large lot also includes enough room for a pool to compliment the

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chapman stables dc

One of the DC area’s most exciting new residential reuse projects just broke ground in Truxton Circle. Chapman Stables is a redevelopment plan aimed at turning an early 1900s-era horse stable and surrounding land into more than 100 new condo units for Northwest Washington.

Originally constructed as a stable, the structure was eventually turned into an automotive shop and warehouse before plans were announced to change the structure over to rentals, and most recently to condos. The latest plan involves transforming and restoring the building to house three-dozen units, along with adding a loft.

It also calls for the construction of a new five-story, L-shaped building next door on the site of a vacant lot. This building will house the remaining

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dc tour boats

One of the most picturesque ways to experience DC, area water taxis provide a unique option for traveling around to some of the region’s most popular sites and attractions. The newest addition includes a water taxi going in at The Wharf, part of an expansion in the water taxi fleet to compliment new development at the site.

The plan is to conduct daily travels to and from Transit Pier at The Wharf via the Potomac River with stops in Georgetown, plus close to DC’s Nationals Park, Maryland’s National Harbor and in Old Town Alexandria. Future stops could also soon be added to the mix.

Simplifying the ride from The Wharf to Old Town to just 20 minutes, the new vessels will also offer charging ports, Wi-Fi and will be capable of transporting up to

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