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The Washington Monument did not sink any further into the ground as a result of last year's 5.8-magnitude earthquake, government surveyors said in a report released Tuesday.
Dozens of D.C. residents strapped on roller skates Sunday for the chance to become an extra in a skating-themed short comedy film shot in Northwest Washington.
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D.C.-based website Fundrise, which debuted earlier this month, is allowing District and Virginia residents to buy into 1351 H St. NE, a building that will house a hybrid food and retail market when it opens early next year.
The District's bid to finally redevelop a vacant 17,008-square-foot parcel in Shaw has netted more than a half dozen responses that would seem to run the gamut from affordable housing to a hotel
A group of residents at the Onyx on First apartments in D.C.'s Capital Riverfront neighborhood are weighing possible plans to acquire the 266-unit structure under a city law that gives renters the option to submit a competing bid for ownership of their building.
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Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings says he is vehemently against letting the District of Columbia tax commuters.
Located on 5 acres adjacent to the Minnesota Avenue Metro station, Park 7 is slated to include 376 residential units (92 percent affordable to households earning 60 percent or less of the area median income), 20,000 square feet of retail and 255 parking spaces. The remaining residential units will be market rate apartments.
Commercial property owners are seeing smaller bills in the District, and the FBI has launched an investigation.
During the derecho, Pepco had crews from as far away as Canada pitching in. That raises a question: Does Pepco have enough repair crews?