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Welcome to Bar Crawl Living where we find some worthy domiciles within stumbling distance of a neighborhood hotspot. If there's a place you want us to scope out, leave a comment or send word to our tipline.


The Standard certainly sets the standard when it comes to drinking and eating in the glorious outdoors. With the weather getting better and the skirts and shorts getting shorter, this Logan Circle slash 14th Street Corridor slash U Street destination draws the crowds, the revelers, and those just wishing to get their hands dirty with delicious meats. With cranes all around and more than one spot worthy of imbibing, this area is where nearly everything seems to happen, and The Standard may be in the epicenter. So after chowing down on BBQ, doughnuts, and a few cold draft beers, sleep off the food coma and the alcohol in one of these pads. Cheers.


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$199,000

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Super low price, and easily the most affordable listing, but it comes at a cost. The monthly fees for this Rutland Courts studio coop is $489. There's no underlying mortgage. And no pics of the unit's interior either.

$425,000

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On the more affordable end of the scale is a one bedroom condo with "oodles of storage". It's a block off of U Street and half a block from 14th Street. So keeping up with the newest bars and clubs won't be a problem. And HOAs are less than $300 per month.

$429,999

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The pics may be a bit dark, but the one bedroom a block from U Street has the feeling of an airy, light loft. With a large window and a private balcony, this new listing is looking for someone who enjoys living close to it all.

$469,900

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Super new to the market, this two bedroom listing in Bishop's Gate has more than 1,100 sq.ft. of space in a prime location. The interior pics are gorgeous (great staging)and the list of features is long. So yes, "space lovers" can rejoice!

$474,900

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The new PN Hoffman development, Northern Exchange, has a one bedroom on the market. Located at the corner of 14th and R Streets, the building is new, new, new. And totally modern.

$529,000

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With one bedroom and one plus a half bath, this loft touts its location. Billed as "sunny and spacious", it could be the next place you "call home". The contemporary listing is new to the market and may not be around for much longer.

$574,900

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Two bedrooms and two bathrooms at the 2020 Lofts Condos. For those looking for a "serene retreat", forget a balmy, tropical island. This lofty unit has it all, including "location, lifestyle, luxury & affordable".

$799,900

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This may look uninspiring on the outside. No worries because it's also uninspiring on the inside. But you ain't paying for character or charm. It's all about location for this four bedroom listing. Maybe that's why it's been on the market for more than 140 days.

$1,099,000

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Heading north of $1M, this four-story row house hangs in historic Logan. The Victorian was built in the late 1800s and many of the original design features remain. It's full of tasteful and classic touches.

$1,499,000

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This puppy has been on the market for about a week, and this multi-story residence has a (bit of a) story. It's a developer's own home with three bedrooms and parking for not two cars or three, but for 2.5 cars!

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$199,000

Super low price, and easily the most affordable listing, but it comes at a cost. The monthly fees for this Rutland Courts studio coop is $489. There's no underlying mortgage. And no pics of the unit's interior either.

$425,000

On the more affordable end of the scale is a one bedroom condo with "oodles of storage". It's a block off of U Street and half a block from 14th Street. So keeping up with the newest bars and clubs won't be a problem. And HOAs are less than $300 per month.

$429,999

The pics may be a bit dark, but the one bedroom a block from U Street has the feeling of an airy, light loft. With a large window and a private balcony, this new listing is looking for someone who enjoys living close to it all.

$469,900

Super new to the market, this two bedroom listing in Bishop's Gate has more than 1,100 sq.ft. of space in a prime location. The interior pics are gorgeous (great staging)and the list of features is long. So yes, "space lovers" can rejoice!

$474,900

The new PN Hoffman development, Northern Exchange, has a one bedroom on the market. Located at the corner of 14th and R Streets, the building is new, new, new. And totally modern.

$529,000

With one bedroom and one plus a half bath, this loft touts its location. Billed as "sunny and spacious", it could be the next place you "call home". The contemporary listing is new to the market and may not be around for much longer.

$574,900

Two bedrooms and two bathrooms at the 2020 Lofts Condos. For those looking for a "serene retreat", forget a balmy, tropical island. This lofty unit has it all, including "location, lifestyle, luxury & affordable".

$799,900

This may look uninspiring on the outside. No worries because it's also uninspiring on the inside. But you ain't paying for character or charm. It's all about location for this four bedroom listing. Maybe that's why it's been on the market for more than 140 days.

$1,099,000

Heading north of $1M, this four-story row house hangs in historic Logan. The Victorian was built in the late 1800s and many of the original design features remain. It's full of tasteful and classic touches.

$1,499,000

This puppy has been on the market for about a week, and this multi-story residence has a (bit of a) story. It's a developer's own home with three bedrooms and parking for not two cars or three, but for 2.5 cars!