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D.C. may have reached amenity nirvana. One side effect of what seems to be a permanent building boom in D.C. is the steady drip, drip, drip of real-estate marketing into the collective consciousness. Phrases like “unparalleled lifestyle options” and “high-end finishes” once seemed strange. But now we’ve all seen so many developer ads that we’ve…Read More
A 4,300-square-foot bookstore is coming to the H Street NE corridor courtesy of two longtime Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe employees. According to The Washington Post, Solid State Books will open this fall in The Apollo development, which is already home to H Street’s Whole Foods Market. Jake Cumsky-Whitlock, the former head buyer at Kramerbooks, and…Read More
Capitol Hill’s Federal-style row-houses are highly prized, particularly among people who also work on the Hill or in nearby offices, but they also typically require extensive renovation to match the lifestyle of modern families. New townhouses are a rarity in this part of town, so the conversion of the 2.13-acre site surrounding the former Buchanan…Read More