The Woods at Birchwood will include 83 one- and two-bedroom apartments, available for renters whose income falls between 40 percent and 60 percent of the average local median income of $119,000.
The area around the West End and Foggy Bottom is not just the most expensive in D.C., it is also the most expensive in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The Attorney General’s office says it has received complaints from tenants about safety concerns and frequent disruption from noisy and rowdy short-term guests.
Most of the cranes dotting the Washington skyline are erecting residential buildings, and the D.C.-area ranks high again this year for new apartments delivering.
When completed next spring, Lumen at Tysons will have 398 apartments and 11,000 square feet of retail space. It is located at the intersection of Leesburg Pike and Chain Bridge Road and next to Metro’s Greensboro Station.
Apartments at Westlight, at the intersection of 23rd Street and L Street, NW overlooks Washington Circle and has views of the District skyline. Check out photos of the newest apartment complex in D.C.’s West End neighborhood.
D.C. is one of the top cities for “job-first” movers — those who relocate primarily for work-related reasons — in the United States. Those renters moving to Washington also buck a national trend. Find out what it is.
In the Washington metro area, rents are up 1.5 percent in the last year, largely because there are more apartments on the market and more landlords competing for tenants.
The former headquarters of National Public Radio affiliate, WAMU, is now a 100-unit luxury apartment building and is part of D.C. based Urban Investment Partners property portfolio.
“In Loudoun County and Northern Virginia, affordable housing is teachers, firefighters, police officers and sheriffs. It’s nurses, and wait staff,” said Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall.
A mixed-use development in downtown Reston has announced its initial lineup of restaurants and retailers, and is now leasing luxury apartments. See photos.
The average one-bedroom apartment in the U.S. rents for $1,183 per month, according to rental information company Zumper’s September 2017 National Rent Report. At a slight increase over the previous month — 0.6 percent —…
D.C. now ranks as the fourth-most expensive market for apartment rent — but it comes with perks too.
The U Street Corridor’s newest luxury apartment building is now leasing, and rents range from about $3,000 for a one-bedroom apartment to more than $11,000 a month for a penthouse.
D. C. apartment dwellers want key fobs and floor to ceiling windows and they are willing to pay more to get those amenities when signing a lease, according to a survey by the National Apartment Association.