fireplace

THURSDAY

I am big on fall, and am very disappointed with the lack of turned foliage this late into October. For today’s post, I aimed to find spots located in areas that look their...

Read More →
CoHo3

THURSDAY

I didn’t intend to do a spotlight on Columbia Heights today, but there are certainly good options opening up in that area. Also included in today’s listing are some beautiful Victorian-Era row houses...

Read More →
Exterior

THURSDAY

A few weeks ago, I posted a neighborhood spotlight on Capitol Hill. In today’s post, I’ve chosen to highlight the ever-popular Shaw neighborhood. It seems like available apartments in this area get swept...

Read More →
Natural Light

THURSDAY

Autumn in D.C. is the best time of year weather-wise. I just love how bright and blue the sky is (today’s weather is a perfect example). Inspired by fall,  I’ve found homes which...

Read More →
Bloomingdale

Thursday

Here in D.C., traditionally taboo discussion topics among friends are fair game — like cost of living and one’s politics. I read an article recently about a woman living in San Francisco who...

Read More →
brick wall

Thursday

Great finds this morning for those seeking unique units with all the charm historic D.C. buildings have to offer.  Those seeking October first move-in dates should act quickly, as my counterparts mentioned earlier...

Read More →
EB

Thursday

September has always been my favorite month in D.C., the weather is so beautiful, and there’s plenty to do socially (check out Adams Morgan Day this Sunday). Now that going outside is actually...

Read More →
studio

Thursday

Although I’ve long been out of school, September always feels like a good time for a fresh start. Today’s finds are tailored to those of you who might be new to D.C. and...

Read More →
mudroom

Thursday

Rising rent prices got you down? It took a lot of digging, but I was able to find several good options for those working with a tight budget. Below you’ll find a mix...

Read More →
sunroom

Thursday

As a someone who prefers to rent from an owner over management companies, I tend to gravitate towards row houses and condominiums. Recently, I visited a friend’s very modern apartment building off Mass....

Read More →
COHO

Thursday

August is slow month in D.C. with Congress out on recess and plenty of people on vacation, the city feels dead. Same can be said for the rental market. With not a lot...

Read More →
CapitolHill

Thursday

Today I’m putting the spotlight on a neighborhood that holds a special place in my heart: Capitol Hill. When I first moved to Washington, I lived on the “Senate Side” in a small,...

Read More →
00505_8SaNm3ZsTcz_600x450

Thursday

Scanning Craigslist today, I was encouraged to see affordable options still exist in Northwest. If you and a roommate are ready to ditch the group house, or want to try living solo, good...

Read More →