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Andrew Giambrone reports for and edits Curbed DC. Originally from New York and now a Dupont Circle resident, he has worked at the Washington City Paper as a staff writer and The Atlantic as an editorial fellow. His interests include urban development, social inequality, and politics/policy.

Car crash in Anacostia kills pedestrian and injures five others

Authorities have charged one of the drivers involved in the crash with second-degree murder

Ride-hailing company Via deactivates private rides for Earth Day

The move is meant to encourage fewer total rides, reducing emissions and congestion, according to Via

Driver fatally strikes beloved bike advocate in Northeast, marking first 2019 D.C. cyclist death

Police say the driver was opearting a stolen van when he struck the cyclist, 54-year-old Dave Salovesh

Three-bedroom Columbia Heights rowhouse with original features and parking asks $799K

The home comes with a renovated kitchen and a detached two-car garage

On Earth Day, you can ride Capital Bikeshare for free

The bikeshare service is offering unlimited 30-minute rides all day Monday

Two D.C. public libraries win prestigious architecture awards

The local chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognizes the West End and Cleveland Park libraries

What $2,700 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Dupont Circle and Logan Circle

Top-floor two-bedroom Lanier Heights co-op with renovated kitchen, bathroom asks $429K

The living room includes a large bay window and the kitchen has a breakfast bar

Annual D.C. area Bike to Work Day planned for May 17

Get your gear ready

Two-bedroom Kingman Park home with long back patio and solar panels lists for $569K

The property features exposed brick and a renovated bathroom, on a roughly 1,000-square-foot lot

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