Some of DC’s Most Historic Neighborhoods Boasted Colorful Names
Some of DC’s best-known neighborhoods were named after people, but it turns out there were once some more colorfully named neighborhoods in ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on April 12, 2022
Most Popular DC Neighborhoods for Singles
Most people think of politics when it comes to DC, but the District is actually a prime area for singles and young professionals. Thanks to abundant ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 4, 2022
Family-friendly Foxhall is Tucked Away Near Georgetown
Tucked away close to Georgetown, family-friendly Foxhall is a great option for those searching for a new place to call home in ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on March 2, 2022
DC Neighborhoods With Distinctive Architecture
DC is full of unique offerings, including some distinctive architecture. You’ll find a wide variety across some of the area’s most ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on February 19, 2022
The Emery Offers Some of the Best-Priced Condos in DC
If you’re in the market for a budget-friendly option in the DC area, but don’t want to give up a prime location, you may want to ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on January 31, 2022
Foodies’ Favorite DC Neighborhoods
DC is full of a number of top restaurants, tucked away inside of some of its most desirable neighborhoods. From Ethiopian food to French flair, ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on January 14, 2022
DC Neighborhoods with the Fastest Selling Homes in 2021
If you’re searching for a new home, you may want to act fast in certain DC neighborhoods. If 2021 is any indication, homes are selling quickly ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on January 9, 2022
Anacostia is for Outdoor Lovers
Photo: Joe Flood
As one of DC’s oldest neighborhoods, Anacostia is full of history. Thanks to the natural beauty of the Anacostia River and ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 31, 2021
DC Ranked One of the Best Cities to Relocate to Around the World
A lot of people have relocated over the past year or two, but if relocation is in your future, you may want to consider making a move to the DC area....
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 22, 2021
Why Doesn’t DC Have a J Street?
DC has some lettered streets, some numbered streets and some state streets, but there’s one particular street you won’t find in DC at ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 20, 2021
Discover the Story Behind DC s Iconic Cherry Blossoms
Photo: Fred Dunn
For more than 100-years, people have flocked to DC to celebrate the raw beauty of DC’s iconic cherry blossoms in full bloom. ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 16, 2021
Find Yourself at Home at The Brooks
With an admirable location, added amenities and elegant floor plans, find yourself at home at The Brooks. Part of The Parks at Historic Walter Reed, ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 14, 2021
Family-Friendly Neighborhoods in DC
DC is full of some great neighborhoods, and that rings especially true when it comes to great neighborhoods for families.
Posted by Mark Washburn on December 12, 2021
Charles Goodman Continues to Influence DC Home Design
It’s been decades since some of his first buildings went up, but Charles Goodman continues to influence DC home design today. Born around the ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on November 9, 2021
Best DC Neighborhoods for First Time Home Buyers
DC certainly has some pricier residential options for buyers to choose from, but there are also some more affordable options out there, which could ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on October 29, 2021
Repurposed Spaces in DC that Started Off as Something Else
Some of DC’s best residential properties actually started off as something else. These repurposed properties can be found all around the area, ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on October 22, 2021
Burleith is a Green Oasis in the Middle of the City
Photo: Rudi Riet
For a virtual green oasis in the middle of the city, it’s time to consider Burleith. This Northwest DC neighborhood is ...
Posted by Mark Washburn on October 13, 2021