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Rhode Island Avenue Condo Project Sets Completion Date

Life On The Edgewood Blog is reporting that there has been an August completion date set for the condominium projected located at 329 Rhode Island Avenue.  

It should be interesting to see if the timeline holds true, as many times condo projects in D.C. suffer multiple delays.

D.C. Affordable Housing Victory Celebration, Tonight, January 28

This story comes to us from Ash Kosiewicz:


The Latino Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is organizing a Tenant Celebration, Talent Show, and Competition Cook-off at Trinity AME Zion Church from 6:30-9:00 pm tonight, Friday, January 28 to celebrate victories won by local tenant associations in 2010 to preserve affordable housing in the District of Columbia and make the case for why city officials should make affordable housing a priority in 2011.

Poll: Coolest House in Capitol Hill(Click Title To See All Photos)

Poll: Coolest House in Capitol Hill(Click Title To See All Photos)

Capitol Hill is filled with unique, colorful row houses and town homes that act as a neighborhood staple.  The homes are creatively constructed and some are architecturally stunning.  We scoured the streets of the community and took photos of what we think are the coolest residences in Capitol Hill. Click the title of this article to check them out and participate in our poll where we ask you which is your favorite!


Brookland Real Estate Market On The Rise?

Brookland Real Estate Market On The Rise?

The Brookland Avenue blog published a story yesterday about a report detailing the Brookland real estate market, and its apparent rise.

"The Brookland Real Estate Market is making a comeback," The story reads.  "The number of single family home sales, and the sales prices in 2010 were both significantly higher than 2009. The number of sales was up by 23% from 2009 and the prices for were up by 7%."

"In 2009, the highest priced home in Brookland sold for $470,000, but in 2010 the highest priced homes sold at $700,000, and $669,000," It continued.  "In fact the higher priced, larger Brookland homes were what seemed to sell quickest and at a bit of a premium."