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Elevated park rendering.
Elevated park rendering.

WOODLEY PARK — Live out your favorite BBC drama, Downtown Abbey, with your closest option right here in Washington, D.C.

ANACOSTIA After a seven-month nationwide competition, the designs chosen for Washington's first elevated park are b-e-a-utiful!

WASHINGTON, D.C. Looking for a place to live? See what $3,000 per month rents you.

WASHINGTON, D.C. These not the most glamorous places to live, but at least the commute isn't too bad.

WASHINGTON, D.C. These are definitely the most glamorous places to live. No complaints here.

U STREET Times-are-a-changin' in U Street with more art, retail, and residential spaces expected for 2015.

ALEXANDRIA Frank Gehry's designs for a mixed-use building in Alexandria was so cool and trendy that there was no way it was going to get accepted.

CHINATOWN One board member said, "We hate this project," after deeming the renovation and construction plans "too aggressive."

NATIONAL MALL - After years of controversy, Frank Gehry's Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial is now ready to break ground.

BROOKLAND AND EDGEWOOD The $200 million Monroe Street Market project has opened its doors to three buildings, each with a unique personality, and 99 unique floor plans included.

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