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Old Hope Diamond home in Georgetown asks $2.2M

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Meet the newest YouTube stars on the block: landlords

While the idea of a "landlord influencer" might seem strange, it’s a niche that’s existed for decades.

Designated curbside space for deliveries and taxis reduces double parking and U-turns: study

Such incidents fell 64 percent near special zones during a recent D.C. pilot program.

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The homeownership obsession

How buying homes became a part of the American dream—and also a nightmare.

Metro finishes $176M escalator replacement project after eight years

Outdoor canopies are still planned for some station entrances.

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Spacious two-bedroom condo downtown lists for $699K

The light-filled home includes more than 1,000 square feet of space.

D.C. empowers bike lane enforcement officers to issue photo tickets to drivers

The city is also deploying 26 new officers to keep bike lanes clear of cars.

D.C. offers new financial assistance for replacing lead pipes

Residents can apply to recover at least 50 percent of their costs.

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The suburbs issue

As our suburbs become more like cities, they have one foot in the past and one in the future.

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Washington, D.C.’s most iconic buildings, mapped 

The District boasts an array of architectural gems.

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The 30 best things to do in Washington, D.C., with kids

From vintage carousels to world-renowned museums, D.C. offers something for every family. We’ve mapped our 30 top picks.

270 traffic signals in Northwest now give pedestrians and cyclists more time to cross

"Leading pedestrian intervals" are becoming more common in the city.

Median home sales price in the D.C. area sees October record

Overall inventory was also at its lowest level in a decade.

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101 ways to live sustainably

The least you can do to make a big difference where you live

What $1,700 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Brightwood Park and Chevy Chase.

Two people die from separate car crashes east of the Anacostia River

D.C. has recorded more than 20 traffic deaths this year.

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A manifesto for a new suburbia

Eight ideas for future-proofing the suburbs.

Semi-detached Georgetown home with finished lower level lists for $1.4M

The three-bedroom home features a back deck and garden.

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17 military monuments, museums, and memorials in the D.C. area

Where to honor U.S. veterans and military members in and around the nation’s capital.

Downtown dedicated bus lanes will be made permanent next week

The city is also expanding the hours that the lanes will be in effect.

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D.C.'s most beautiful interiors, mapped

It’s what’s on the inside that counts.

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After WeWork’s giant crash, what’s next for landlords?

As WeWork tries to change direction, building owners weigh their options

City solicits micromobility companies for 2020 permits

Under new rules, D.C. will allow for up to 20,000 dockless vehicles.

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When I became pregnant with twins, my mess stopped feeling cute

I hoped hiring an organizer would force me to take it seriously.

McMillan site may soon see some demolition required for redevelopment

City documents specify "selective demolition of underground cell structures."

Planet Word museum to open downtown next spring

D.C.’s first-ever language arts museum will operate in the Franklin School building.

Upcoming AIA exhibit will showcase D.C.’s school architecture

Dozens of the city’s schools have been modernized over the past decade-plus.

1880s Dupont Circle townhouse zoned for mixed-use to ask $1.4M

The home is located on 18th Street NW within walking distance of Metro.

Popular listing service agrees to combat online housing discrimination

D.C. and are aiming to protect Section 8 participants.

What $2,100 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Cleveland Park and Bloomingdale.

Community leaders to discuss the future of Georgia Avenue NW

They’re launching an "Equitable Development Project" for the avenue’s lower part.

Rock Creek Park seeks new signage with National Park Service grant

The $225,000 grant must be matched with private funds.

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Houston, famed for sprawl, bets on growing up

Apartments and walkable urbanism are finding favor in the Texan metro.

Over 75K D.C. streetlights could be changed to incorporate LED technology

Two public meetings on the project are scheduled for this week.

D.C. lawmaker says overnight scooter ban will be nixed in pending bill

Proposed scooter regulations are making their way through the legislative process.

Metro fares and service would increase under new budget proposal

Base rail fares would rise 10 cents during peak times and trains would run later.

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Refreshing a classic home in an English village

The 19th-century stone house is a masterful blend of old and new.

New hiking trail to open east of the Anacostia River this weekend

The Pope Branch Trail is the first unpaved trail managed by the city.

D.C. could extend rent control through 2030

New legislation would ensure the program doesn’t lapse at the end of next year.

Howard University considers redeveloping its longtime hospital

The hospital could be moved to another location on the school’s campus.

What to know for the Washington Nationals victory parade Saturday

They won the fight! Now it’s time to party