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D.C. government strikes $48M, 15-year Anacostia lease deal

The D.C. Taxicab Commission, the D.C. Lottery and the D.C. Department of Transportation's Business Opportunity and Workforce Development Center all currently located in various, privately owned Anacostia buildings will move to the renovated 2235 Shannon Place SE once its rehabilitation is complete in roughly 12 months.

Wednesday - 07/10/2013, 03:07pm EDT

Tags: D.C., anacostia, D.C. Taxicab Commission, D.C. Lottery, DDOT

Yoga outreach brings healing to all D.C. communities

Yoga is doing more than helping those who belong to a local studio. Programs are expanding to reach seniors, children and the homeless.

Monday - 07/08/2013, 09:59am EDT

Tags: yoga, Yoga District, outreach, Natalie Tomlin, health, healing, D.C.

Tips for training, running in the summer heat

Instead of avoiding the outdoors all summer, embrace the heat by following these training and racing tips:

Wednesday - 07/03/2013, 09:12am EDT

Tags: running, training, Julie Sapper, Lisa Reichmann, summer, D.C.

Zoning changes could mean bigger headache for DC parking

Proposed changes to the District's zoning code could make finding a parking spot even more difficult.

Wednesday - 07/03/2013, 06:45am EDT

Tags: parking, andrew mollenbeck, zoning, D.C., walkable communities

D.C. named one of America's snobbiest cities

Washington, D.C., is one of America's snobbiest cities, Travel and Leisure magazine reports.

Wednesday - 07/03/2013, 06:00am EDT

Tags: D.C., snob

New York-style apartments coming to NW D.C.

Are D.C. apartment dwellers ready for New York-style, matchbox-sized apartments? One of the Big Apple's largest residential landlords, Aria Development Group, is betting $32 million on it.

Tuesday - 07/02/2013, 03:49pm EDT

Tags: Aria Development Group, apartments, International Monetary Fund, Dupont Circle, Washington Circle, D.C., housing, Real Estate

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