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12 holidays markets happening in the D.C. area this year

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The Cyber Week furniture deals worth shopping now

Sales on furniture, decor, and other home items are still happening all week.

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Where to admire holiday lights in Washington, D.C. this season

Deck the District with boughs of holly.

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15 sweet D.C.-area vacation rentals for $225 a night or less

See your options from the Chesapeake Bay to the hills of West Virginia for when you need to get away.

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Introducing Editor’s Notes, a biweekly newsletter from Kelsey Keith.

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D.C.’s 20 most underrated museums and galleries, mapped

Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.

What $3,400 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Hillcrest and Adams Morgan.

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Can I make my guests take their shoes off?

In this holiday edition of House Rules, Curbed’s advice columnist answers your trickiest hosting questions.

Apple Maps app now displays Metro service in real time

Open data expands for the transit agency.

New digital trail highlights D.C.’s African-American civil rights history

The project has 100 sites, including the Martin Luther King Jr. Library and Barry Farm

Two-year reconstruction of Oregon Avenue NW will launch soon

The project is expected to cost around $23 million.

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D.C.'s 10 largest residential developments under construction

The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.

1880s Dupont Circle mansion with over 9K square feet asks $3.8M

The building once housed the Bolivian and Ecuadorian embassies.

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Why Walmart is turning its new headquarters into a walkable town square

As retail shifts, the big-box behemoth builds a new neighborhood for talent retention.

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Americans are moving less than ever before

After 40 years of steady declines in domestic migration, mobility has hit a new all-time low.

What $2,800 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like downtown and Benning.

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A history buff's guide to the D.C. area's best non-touristy sites

Don’t gloss over these extraordinary places.

Popular listing services agree to combat online housing discrimination in D.C.

Apartments.com and Zillow aim to help protect Section 8 participants.

Pedestrian dies after hit-and-run on H Street NE

In fleeing, the striking driver hit a D.C. Circulator bus and a parked car.

New D.C. bill would induce reckless drivers to take remedial driving courses

After a certain number of high-risk violations, their vehicles would be impounded.

City fast-tracks $47M housing contract with limited public input

Well-connected developers are set to receive funds for providing affordable units.

Renovated Crestwood Colonial with large wine cellar seeks $1.2M

The home comes with a driveway and a fenced backyard with a deck.

Old Hope Diamond home in Georgetown asks $2.2M

The precious 44.5-carat stone was housed here by Evalyn Walsh McLean.

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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.

Metro finishes $176M escalator replacement project after eight years

Outdoor canopies are still planned for some station entrances.

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

The District boasts an array of architectural gems.

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.

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.

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.

Planet Word museum to open downtown next spring

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