We’ve compiled a list of best events going on in the city for the next couple of months. If you need to make some plans with friends or family in town, want to see something new or love to experience DC check them out!
Georgetown Glow invites visitors to re-imagine the season of light through outdoor public art. Located in the heart of Georgetown, this is the region's only curated exhibition of outdoor public light and installations. This event runs from Dec 8-Jan 7, from 5-10pm, so make sure to check it out before it ends!
At Wharf Ice Rink visitors can glide over the ice while enjoying amazing views of the Potomac. Open from Dec. 2-late Feb with varying daily times. General admission is $10 and if you need to rent skates it’s
The biggest news to come out of Cleveland Park as of late is the Petco on Connecticut Ave. next to the Metro being replaced with an urban-style Target, similar to that of the new Target in Bethesda.
The new Target is set to take up 17,820 square feet with additional space on the lower level. The store doesn’t yet have an opening date, but it will join the ranks of other small format stores like the first in College Park, MD, Rosslyn and the one that is set to open soon in Ballston.
Cleveland Park is actually set to get a new Italian restaurant. Cucina Al Volo, who has locations in Union Market and Adams Morgan, is moving in soon. The move-in is a welcome one, after many restaurants left the neighborhood in the past year.
Crestwood is a gorgeous tree-lined neighborhood of large homes in D.C. It’s quiet and cozy and has quite the suburban feel, despite being in the middle of the city and only a few miles from the White House.
The community recently held their turkey trot over Thanksgiving weekend.
Santa came to Crestwood! Private Crestwood residents hosted the big man in red at their home. Santa was there on Sunday December 17th from 5-7 p.m.
Looking into the new year, residents are invited to attend the Carter Barron Stormwater Retrofit Project Public Meeting. The goal of the project is to retrofit an 11-acre site with green infrastructure to restore the natural hydrology and to protect the plant life and animal life. The project also hopes to help with
Takoma Park was once known as a commuter suburb on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad lines in the late 1800s. Takoma actually shares a name with the Maryland city that’s located just over the border from it. Takoma Park is known for its progressive politics and green movement within the community. The homes there are a mix of Victorians, Cape Cod homes, brick colonials and more.
The neighborhood is located around the Takoma Metro on the red line.
The neighborhood is really like a small town within a big city. There are great retro and thrift shops on the main street and a commercial district just a short walk away.
Takoma Park is a very active neighborhood. Main Street Takoma serves both the Maryland and D.C. Takoma Parks. Upcoming events
The Petworth Playground at 8th and Taylor Streets is set for a $2 million renovation, much to the delight of neighborhood residents. Councilmember Todd was able to secure the money in his fiscal year 2018 budget.
A community meeting has been scheduled to talk more about this process on Thursday, December 7th. The event will be at the Raymond Recreation Center located at 3725 10th St. NW. The Department of Parks and Rec. and Department of General Services will be on hand to get the community ready for the process and to gather input from residents. Neighbors are encouraged to come out and share their vision for the playground.
The Petworth neighborhood is a hot community for real estate these days. There’s a fresh Safeway that opened in 2014 and
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Investing in property may seem like a complicated process, but this time of year is a great time to consider doing so. We highlighted some properties that are great for investing, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
4017 Davis Place NW
First up, 4017 Davis Place NW, is a Glover Park Colonial. With this $1.45 million-dollar home, there is the opportunity to have two rental units to pay
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16th Street Heights
The most expensive 16th Street Heights homes located at 4907 14th St NW and 5700 16th St NW are still on the market for $2,799,000 and $1,575,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | November 2017 article for more information. Below is the 3rd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights:
The most expensive homes in December are truly a feast for the eyes. Beginning with
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