If interested in buying a home in D.C., double check which areas are the most affordable with this graph. Real estate research site NeighborhoodX put all the data together, measuring the average neighborhood home prices by price per square foot.
2016 brought a myriad of changes to Washington, D.C. Want to learn more about your community? This article from Curbed goes into detail about which projects in each Ward are truly changing their respective neighborhoods.
Originally, when D.C.’s Pension Building was constructed some time around 1887, it was used as a grand event space and went on to host 12 president’s inaugural events. Since then, the development transformed into the National Building Museum.
In Chinatown, there are plans to construct a new retail and office building at 615 H Street NW. The developer will preserve the existing three-story building currently on the site that is currently used as a restaurant and parking lot.
Christmas is almost here, and that means that it’s time to sit back, relax, and remember the good and the great times. This December, there were quite a few trees worth visiting and a number of tree lightings worth checking out, from CityCenterDC’s lighting to the National Christmas Tree lighting.
Round one is officially over for this year’s Curbed Cup, and that means that it’s time for Curbed to reveal who the winners are so far. With 16 total contestants, that means that next week will feature eight finalists.
The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the Washington, D.C. neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 16 areas vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Let the eliminations commence!
With the goal to create communal spaces for the modern office tenant, Beacon Capital Partners, the property owner of Washington, D.C.’s trophy office building and civil rights landmark Terrell Place, has redesigned their lobbies.
For those who believe that they know just about everything about the city’s real estate and development, Curbed has created this quiz. This quiz goes over everything, from the city’s rental data to the development history to the house styles.
The summer is coming to an end, and that can only mean one thing: the National Building Museum’s summer installation, ICEBERGS, will come to a close. Don’t fret, though. The National Building Museum already has plans for the next big installation.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent 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: $2,800/month.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. With the warm summer weather here, Curbed has focused on rentals that have pools and are under $3,500/month.
In 2017, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library will shut its doors in preparation for a massive overhaul. Once the library at 901 G Street NW begins its three-year rehab, the library system will relocate to 1990 K Street NW.
The summer is here, and that can only mean one thing: icebergs. Thanks to the National Building Museum, the nation’s capital is cool and refreshing with the latest summer installation, designed by New York-based James Corner Field Operations.
CityCenterDC, Washington, D.C.’s 10-acre mixed-use development in downtown, continues to grow its footprint, now with plans for a brand new hotel. This Tuesday, construction began on the Conrad, a 360-room hotel with 30,000 square feet of retail.
Take a look at a roundup of 10 listings in Washington, D.C. that are not only big, bold, and beautiful, but totally redone. Many of these listings are around 100 years old, but none of them show their age.
In the past year, the ranking of Washington, D.C.'s most expensive neighborhood to rent in has tossed and turned from Georgetown to Foggy Bottom to now Penn Quarter-Chinatown. All three areas are still neck and neck.