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Beat the Heat: 10 places to enjoy the water in D.C.

From boat tours to spray parks to paddleboats, see all of your options for cooling off in the nation’s capital.

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The best places to see the solar eclipse in the D.C. area

See where you can find the best viewing events and parties in and around Washington, D.C.

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D.C.’s lost landmarks, mapped

In order to make room for the new, the old, of course, must often be removed—or in this case demolished.

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12 D.C. area parks either planned or under renovation

These public spaces are getting bigger, better, and more green.

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10 top hotels and resorts to visit within driving distance to Washington, D.C.

Each highly rated and definitely worth a visit.

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D.C. Pride: 8 historic LGBT sites to visit

Check out these must-see landmarks in Washington, D.C.

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D.C.’s 10 smallest condos for sale, mapped

Get cozy in these itty bitty dwellings.

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D.C.’s 12 most beautiful hotel lobbies, mapped

See which hotels will make you fall in love at first glance.

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D.C.'s 20 most amenity-packed rental buildings

From rooftop dog parks to espresso lounges.

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10 great Washington, D.C. starter homes

Curbed mapped 10 starter homes that offer at least two bedrooms and are priced under $425,000.

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10 Art Deco buildings every D.C. resident should know

During the 1930s, Art Deco began making an appearance in the District with geometric shapes, bold colors, and machine and ancient motifs.

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Free Comic Book Day 2017: 7 D.C. area comic stores worth searching for

Free Comic Book Day introduces visitors to icons like Jack Kirby, Neil Gaiman, and Jerry Siegel.

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Mapping D.C.'s converted warehouses, factories, and other industrial buildings

Check out which industrial buildings in D.C. have been converted into housing, retail, and offices.

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Georgetown House Tour 2017: 8 must-see sites

For such a historic neighborhood, it's only fitting that it is host to what is believed to be the oldest house tour.

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D.C.'s 10 most expensive homes sold last month

Here are the 10 listings that truly topped the list in both luxuriousness and pricing last month.

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20 D.C. area locations perfect for introverts, mapped

Being alone doesn't have to be a bad thing.

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D.C.'s best poetry and spoken word locations

From Busboys & Poets to the Black Cat, see what the nation's capital has to offer for those in love with all things rhythmic, rhyming, and related to literature.

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D.C.'s 20 best views, mapped

All urbanites love rooftops.

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10 renovated D.C. homes for sale under $900K

Curbed has put together a list of 10 renovated co-ops, townhomes, and single-family homes, each renovated and ready for a new homebuyer

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8 notable D.C. buildings and spaces designed by female architects

In Washington, D.C., there are a myriad of notable projects designed by women, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Dupont Underground's redevelopment.

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The 13 best places to break up in D.C.

Now that your smooching is out of the way, it's time to figure out how you're going to break it to your significant other that it's not working anymore. Curbed will help you out with a list of the best places to untie the knot.

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The 23 best places to make out in D.C.

Valentine's Day is here, and it's time to get reservations scheduled. You don't need rose petals, candles, or cologne to make your significant other fall in love with you. All you need is the beauty of Washington, D.C.

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Shaw's 10 most expensive homes for sale

In the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., the Shaw neighborhood has risen in home values and the number of retail and restaurant options available. According to Zillow, the median home value in Shaw is currently $702,100.

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The 10 best D.C. homes under $200K

Curbed often showcases homes that are big, bold, beautiful, and incredibly pricey, but what does a good deal look like? In order to prove that it is possible to find a bargain in the District, Curbed has mapped 10 homes that are all under $200,000.

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10 D.C. hotels near the Inauguration worth booking

Washington, D.C. may not have the Super Bowl this year, but it does have one other event that is sure to bring in plenty of crowds: The Inauguration. Curbed has put together a list of hotels near the U.S. Capitol that still have some rooms available.

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Where to see D.C.'s weirdest bathrooms

Toilets. They're not the most popular part of most establishments, but for one world traveler, they're the belle of the bathroom ball. In his blog, Toilography, Australia native Dan Schaumann reports on the quirkiest toilets he comes across.

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What to do on Inauguration Day that doesn't involve politics

On January 20, Barack Obama will pass the Presidential torch to Donald Trump. For those who may want to avoid all of the political hullabaloo, check out the events and venues mapped below, from a jazz concert to a cabaret to a celebrity-filled bash.

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11 D.C. developments to look forward to in 2017

There were quite a few big developments that occurred in 2016 that are worth remembering. As 2017 comes closer, it's finally time to anticipate the big and beautiful projects expected to make their debut after years of construction and planning.

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Southern Maryland's most expensive homes sold in 2016

2016 is almost over, so let's see where the biggest home sales of the year were in Southern Maryland. See what kinds of homes caught big spenders' attention with the below map, curated by Estately.

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NoVA's most expensive homes sold in 2016

It's the end of the year, and that means that it's finally time to see what homes truly caught homebuyers' eyes. In Northern Virginia, McLean had the biggest sales. Newly constructed homes also seemed to be popular among the big spenders.

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D.C.'s most expensive homes sold in 2016

When it comes to the biggest sales in Washington, D.C. this year, a majority of the homes were constructed at least 100 years ago and previously owned by celebrities. This map only focuses on single-family homes, not multi-family listings.

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Instagram's 10 most popular D.C. locations

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The 10 best D.C. homes just under $1M

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can buy for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price is $999,000.

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10 D.C. fixer-uppers on the market

Fixer-uppers don't often have the most attractive listing photos, but they do gush with pride with words that prove that sure this isn't the best looking house on the block, but it could be with your help.

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D.C.'s 10 biggest residential projects under construction

All the ins and outs of the development world have been revealed in the latest report from the Washington, D.C. Economic Partnership. In the report, the public is able to learn about all of the biggest projects in D.C.'s residential sector.

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Election Day: 5 places to go to after you vote in D.C.

After you cast your vote on Tuesday for the next President of the U.S., you'll probably think to yourself, "What now?" While you wait for all of the ballots to be counted and the winner to finally be announced, you might as well take a tour of D.C.

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Fairfax’s biggest, up-and-coming developments to watch out for

About 16 miles away from Washington, D.C., Fairfax is making efforts to grow into a bustling area. In the next few years, new retail and residential developments are expected to pop up with projects like Mayfair and Scout on the Circle.

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D.C.'s most expensive one- and two-bedroom homes for sale

NeighborhoodX compiled a list of the most expensive one-bedroom and two-bedroom listings currently on the D.C. market. Curbed has mapped the findings, in order from most to least expensive one-bedrooms and from most to least expensive two-bedrooms.

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Every D.C. affordable housing project funded in FY 2016

Since coming into office, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has committed $100 million every year to the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF), more than any city per capita in the country. The HPTF was established on June 1990.