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.
The report examines any and all growth that have occurred in the past five years within a quarter-mile of the Metro’s Green Line stations. Metro’s Green Line has accounted for 48 percent of Washington, D.C.’s new households under 35 since 2010.
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: $4,400/month.
This Federal rowhouse in Shaw was constructed in c. 1890 and later converted into two condos with top-of-the-line finishes by D.C. area firm Lock7 Development. The two condos are now up for grabs for $1.095 million and $1.325 million.
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.
A Shaw parking lot may one day become a LEED Gold-certified residential building with 80 units. Roadside Development and Dantes Partners recently filed a Planned Unit Development to construct The Residences at City Market at 1336 8th Street NW.
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: $2,200/month.
In a press release sent out on Wednesday, the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) announced which developer teams were chosen for the District’s first two OurRFP projects.
Columbia Heights, Shaw, H Street NE, Navy Yard — all of these neighborhoods have something in common, and that’s the fact that all of them have transformed over the years into hot neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.
This Thursday, co-living company Common released a landing page with new details about their first property in Washington, D.C. Common’s new location will be located in the Shaw neighborhood. The residence will feature 24 fully-furnished bedrooms.
Out of the top 10 most expensive rental markets in the U.S., D.C. was the only one to experience increases for both one- and two-bedrooms. The District also rose from sixth place to fourth place in terms of most expensive rents in the U.S.
On September 17, Case Design/Remodeling, Inc., the largest design-build firm serving the D.C. area, will open a new location in Washington, D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood. Once open, the new showroom at at 1327 14th Street NW will serve as a one-stop shop.
Approximately two years ago, Washington, D.C. got its first homes constructed out of shipping containers. Now, there are new plans to construct condos out of shipping containers in the Northwest neighborhood, Shaw. The project is from Travis Price.
In Shaw’s Atlantic Plumbing residential development, this condo just landed on the market with two bedrooms and two bathrooms across 1,848 square feet of space. Its rooms are super sunlit with help from floor-to-ceiling windows.
At this year’s Brick in Architecture Awards, there were 32 winners from 17 U.S. states and Canada. Four of these winners stemmed from the D.C. area. The purpose of the award is to "demonstrate the best of brick’s aesthetic flexibility."
The 4th of July is only a week away, and it’s time to get prepared by learning where the best fireworks-watching spots are and what rental options you have. Curbed compiled options from Airbnb, from a carriage house in Georgetown to a flat in Shaw.
This past March, this Shaw townhome sold for $762,000. At the time, the listing described the home as an "investor’s dream [with] endless possibilities." Since then, the listing was updated with all new systems as well as a new roof.