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Buying a fixer-upper in Washington, DC is a great way to save money and have renovations done yourself, the way you want them done. When flippers purchase a home and renovate it, they are often profiting $200,000-$300,000 when they sell the property in the current DC real estate economy. Cutting out the middle man could lead to a great amount of savings for a home buyer. One neighborhood in the District that offers a number of fixer-uppers is Petworth. More and more of these properties are being snatched up by developers and renovated for a large profit. Petworth is a neighborhood on the rise in the last few years, and it offers bargains compared to nearby neighborhoods Columbia Heights, U Street Corridor, and Shaw. Much of the real estate in this area…
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District Flea is a spinoff of Brooklyn Flea, the popular outdoor food and merchandise market in New York City. District Flea will be open for six Saturdays starting on September 14 at 945 Florida Avenue, just two blocks from U Street.

Brooklyn Flea started in 2008 and is now a market for 150 vendors who sell food, jewelry, antiques, furniture, crafts, vintage clothing, and records. The idea was so successful that the founders created markets in multiple locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Plus, they opened a new market in Philadelphia this summer.

The Washington, DC location, called District Flea, will be located near the 9:30 Club on a vacant lot with 37,000 square feet of space. The site is part of the Atlantic Plumbing Building project that will…

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Capitol View on 14th Street is among the bevy of new apartment buildings in the U Street Corridor lately, and the building have been leasing up and tenants have been moving in since last fall. The Capital View on 14th Street apartments include about 255 units, renting for between $1,881 and $5,856 for units ranging from between 580 square feet to 1,601 square feet, although the lowest priced model now listed on their website is for $2,106 for a 512-square-foot apartment.

Among the amenities at Capitol View at 14th Street are a rooftop deck and pool with a year-round fireplace and a state-of-the-art fitness center and media center/business room. The Capitol View at 14th Street building aims for a luxury feel with a Chihuly sculpture in the lobby and…

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The U Street Trader Joe’s is coming to 14th and U Streets in Northwest DC. Trader Joe’s is a privately held grocery store chained based in California where employees don Hawaiian shirts on a daily basis. The chain is dislikes public address systems and uses a bell instead. Trader Joe’s is known for inexpensive, but delicious prepared frozen foods, as well as inexpensive wine. The U Street Trader Joe’s is only the second Trader Joe’s store in the District, with the first DC store in Foggy Bottom.

The U Street Trader Joe’s will be part of a new mixed-use development called Louis at 14th that will preserve the facades of the neighboring historic buildings. Louis at 14th will have nine stories, 267 luxury apartment units, a rooftop pool, underground…

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Condos near U Street Metro are no doubt among the more in-demand homes in Washington D.C. in recent years. The U Street Corridor, nestled next to the hip Adams Morgan and Dupont Circles, is brimming with new development and renovations.

While inventory of available condos near U Street Metro has been sharply declining in the past four months, buyers can still find a good array of condo housing options here, although many of them are on the higher end of the price ranges for District condos. If you’re willing to renovate a condo near U Street Metro station can of course find better deals.

Current listings for condos near U Street Metro include a 2BR, 1,150-square-foot loft-style condo at 2020 Lofts at 2020 12th Street. Condo fees here are $600 per…

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