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DC to build supergreen, affordable homes in Deanwood

DC has been selected by a West coast nonprofit to participate in a net-positive-energy affordable housing pilot project.

Discovering the transition--and history--on 14th Street NW

As 14th Street NW changes, Elevation DC takes a look at some of the history remaining in its architecture.

The newest thing to do in D.C. is to let someone lock you up

Why are Washingtonians paying $20 to $30 apiece to be locked in a room with strangers?

DC's free, floating school lands a semi-permanent home

A free school open to all is moving in to Northeast this fall for a two-month pop-up. Learn salsa, French, Welsh, or bagel-baking!

(UPDATED) DC's hotel scene goes micro

Soon you will be able to stash your out-of-town guests for a few nights in a itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny micro-hotel. Hey, if micro-apartments are a thing, why not micro hotels?

Artisan olive oil shop opening in Cleveland Park

Family owned business Secolari is bringing its olive oil, vinegars and other food items to Cleveland Park. 

Neighborhood group supports liquor license for Barracks Row restaurant

The former Craze Burger space is is one step closer to getting a new restaurant. 

Harvard Street apartment building to expand

The zoning board approved a request to expand an apartment building on Harvard Street. 

Mount Vernon Triangle apartment building moves forward

A long-planned apartment building at 455 I St NW received a permit last month.

At DCPL's new maker space, motto is "if you build it, they will build it"

The investment proves that the library isn't just about books anymore; these tools give people new ways to interact with information, library associate Joseph Koivisto says.

Buchanan School redevelopment on D St SE approved

34 townhomes and flats coming to the historic Buchanan School.

Affordable housing proposed for 8th and T NW

Non-profit developer Manna Inc. proposes to subdivide one lot into three at the corner of 8th and T Streets NW, and to construct two market-rate and four affordable flats.

Petworth project loses one unit, gains support

The project has gone from 7 to 6 units.

Not one, but two parks pop up in DC

Two parks have popped up in D.C. in recent days, one in NoMa and the other in the Golden Triangle.

20 units to replace Georgia Ave funeral home

A six-story apartment building has been approved for 3831 Georgia Ave NW, north of the Petworth metro.
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