Address: 906 Gallatin Street, NW Unit 101
Open: Saturdays & Sundays, 1-4 p.m. Weekdays by appointment.
A LIMITED WINTERTIME OPPORTUNITY! Through March 8, receive $15,000 in Closing Cost Credit at The Gallatin!
Building I is almost SOLD OUT. Timing is key to select from the condominiums still available. Contemporary in style and priced at an incredible value, The Gallatin’s new 2 bedroom, 2 full bath condominiums are located in the Petworth community. Each home is a corner unit with abundant natural light and an open layout from kitchen to living room.
Modern finishes, such as quartz kitchen countertops, marble tile and flooring in both bathrooms are complimented with exposed iron beams and a soft palette of gray hues for a slightly industrial accent. In the center of The Gallatin’s two buildings is an elevated social area with seating and grilling area for entertaining or lounging. Private storage units, security with intercom and a bike storage are also standard.
To learn more or schedule a tour, contact Jay Zelaska of Smith | Schnider at 202-792-0070. Visit: TheGallatinDC.com.
This weekend there are 230+ open houses scheduled across the District, so you have plenty of options if you’re currently house hunting. Check out some of our favorites below and to see the full Open House List, click here.
- 1630 Oak Street NW — $699,000 — Mount Pleasant
Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Jeff Reese & Kate Barnes
“Incredible opportunity for this updated 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, with multiple off-street parking spots! The main floor has an updated kitchen that opens to a sun-drenched dining room. Glass doors open to a fabulous multi-tiered deck perfect for entertaining.”
- 2209 16th Street NE — $685,000 — Brentwood
Open Sat. 1-3 p.m. — Hillary Nash & Stephanie Cooper
“Meticulously Renovated [3 BR/3.5 BA] Semi-Detached Row Home that is Classic D.C. Living,” features gorgeous hardwood floors, off-street parking, a gourmet kitchen and a lower level recreation room with a separate rear entrance.
- 4305 3rd Street NW — $929,000 — Petworth
Open Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Kim Fallin
4 BR/3.5 BA 3-story interior townhouse boasts a full lower level 1 BR/1 BA unit with its own kitchen and entrances for the perfect in-law, au pair or AirBnb suite.
- 3339 Croffut Place SE — $420,000 — Greenway
Open Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Joe Mascio
“This modern and spacious home features 4 beds, 3 baths, hardwood floors, electric fireplace and plenty of windows throughout.”
- 4609 Charleston Terrace NW — $1,995,000 — Foxhall Village
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Daryl Judy
Detached all-brick home in a coveted neighborhood with 2-car garage parking, a formal dining room, a swimming pool, multiple fireplaces and a huge rooftop patio with 360° views of the District.
The historic Washington National Cathedral is hosting a three-event interactive film series intended to further the Cathedral’s missional priorities of racial reconciliation and justice on February 28-29 at the Cathedral.
Taking its name from a quotation by Dr. Martin Luther King, the “Long, Long Way Film Weekend” includes the screening of two landmark films made 30 years apart that explore race and bravery in the face of prejudice. The films are followed by informed panel discussions by academics, theologians and filmmakers, including NPR newscaster Korva Coleman as moderator at both sessions.
- The Oscar-winning 1989 film Glory, starring Denzel Washington, follows the black soldiers of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment as they fight in the Civil War. The movie screens at 7 p.m. on Friday, February 28. Tickets for the screening of Glory can be acquired here.
- Saturday, February 29’s film is 2019’s Harriet, featuring an Oscar-nominated performance by Cynthia Erivo. It depicts the heroic missions of Harriet Tubman as she risked her life leading escaped slaves to freedom by means of the Underground Railroad. Tickets for the screening of Harriet can be found here. Harriet begins at 6 p.m.
Admission for either film is $15, $10 for military and students.
An afternoon workshop featuring roundtable discussions moderated by Cathedral Director of Programs Michelle Dibblee takes place Saturday, February 29. For information call 202-537-6200 or [email protected].
Buying your first home is, for most of us, the biggest investment you’ll ever make.
It makes sense to know what you’re buying before you fork over the funds. Getting the home thoroughly inspected by a trained professional whose job it is to find what’s wrong is a must. But in this competitive seller’s market, how do you protect yourself while still giving yourself the best chance to get the seller to take your offer? Let’s look at the different types of home inspections to consider as you decide what’s the best for you.
Become D.C.’s next breakout star and bring your SOUND to the city’s hottest TV series “The Sound” this March!
Artists will compete head-to-head in front of an accomplished panel of judges and a live audience in order to determine who has the best sound!
If your SOUND is better than the rest, you can win cash prizes sponsored by Signal Financial Federal Credit Union and DTLR! Grand prize winners will receive professional studio time with a seasoned producer, a full makeover, TV appearances on shows like WUSA9’s “DMV Sound Check” and much more!
Each artist will receive feedback from our panel of judges who will then cast their votes for the SOUND they liked the best. Our panel of entertainment and media industry judges includes DJ Heat, DJ Gemini, Steph Lova, Aaron Myers, Chuck West and more. Along with our judges, multimedia broadcaster, Britt Waters will host the show.
Real Estate Fresh Finds is a weekly selection of newly-listed properties in the District, brought to you by Real Living At Home.
Featured Property of the Week: 3524 S Street NW
Recently renovated 5 BR/4.5 BA open layout Dutch Colonial Revival with 2,500 square feet across 4 levels includes “a lounge with a wall-mounted fireplace and a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a Thermador range, quartz countertops, and Shiloh and Eclipse cabinets” as well as a gorgeous master bedroom suite, private rear backyard/patio space as well as a secluded rooftop deck overlooking the District.
Other Notable Fresh Listings:
- The Most Expensive Home of the Week is a luxury 2 BR/2 HB/2 FB Georgetown condo at the Ritz Carlton with 3,300+ square feet features a full bar setup, 3 commercial wine fridges and even an in-bath sauna room all for the reasonable $4.2M.
- Recent $10k PRICE REDUCTION on this beautiful newly converted 4 BR/4 BA Petworth town house with 2,200+ square feet across 2 levels.
- Brentwood 3 BR/3.5 BA end-unit rowhome has been “meticulously renovated” with coffered ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, 3 sides of light and more!
- Your Auction Property of the Week is a 3 BR detached home with ~5k square feet in the Palisades that clearly needs a total renovation, but ideally has solid bones for the future.
Address: 1300 4th Street SE Unit 612
Neighborhood: The Yards (Navy Yard)
Listed: $759,900 | $10K Closing Cost Credit*
Open: Sunday, February 16 from 1-4 p.m.
With only 2 units remaining at The Bower, don’t miss your opportunity to own a piece of The Yards.
Explore this thoughtfully designed new two-bedroom two-bath corner unit with floor-to-ceiling windows, Mecho shades, kitchen island and Bosch appliances. Write a contract by February 21 and receive a $10K Closing Cost Credit on unit 612.*
Love is in the air today! While love can be expressed in many ways, nothing shows true affection more than dropping a couple hundred grand and committing to living somewhere rather than signing another year lease. Check out some of our biggest loves below and to see the full Open House List, click here.
- 3524 S Street NW — $1,999,000 — Burleith
Open Sat. & Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Love Live DC
“This attractive Dutch Colonial Revival row home has recently been completely renovated to very high standards of contemporary interior design. The four-story floor plan includes 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Designer elements are prevalent throughout, including white oak wide plank solid hardwood flooring, picture windows, bold crown molding, and frameless glass railings in the staircases.”
- 2431 Girard Place NE — $750,000 — Langdon
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Philip DiRuggiero
Gorgeous 4 BR/3.5BA detached 3-level NEW CONSTRUCTION boasts dark oak floors, ceramic tile and a contemporary kitchen with high-end appliances, quartz counters and gas cooking.
- 1000 New Jersey Avenue SE #219 — $514,900 — Capitol Riverfront/Navy Yard
Open Sun. 1-4 p.m. — Mary Bazargan
“This spacious unit features an open concept living room with gleaming new bamboo floors, granite counters with breakfast bar seating, custom shelves/cabinetry and plenty of storage space throughout.”
- 3314 Mount Pleasant Street NW #39 — $355,000 — Mt. Pleasant
Open Sun. 12-2 p.m. — Jason Lallis
1 BR/1 BA in a highly desirable neighborhood features a walk-in closet, hardwood flooring and an incredible Walk Score of 97 & Bike Score of 92.
- 605 7th Street SW — $1,199,000 — Southwest Waterfront
Open Sun. 1-3 p.m. — Adrian Small
4-level interior open layout row home with 4 BR/4.5 BA, 2-car garage parking, a rear balcony and a working fireplace in the living room.
Open House — Thursday, February 20 to Sunday, February 23, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Receive up to $500 rental credit and waived application fees*
Newly expanded and renovated to include Parc Riverside West, Parc Riverside by Toll Brothers Apartment Living® offers bright, open layouts and well-appointed spaces that create a living environment as vibrant as the Navy Yard neighborhood it calls home.
Ranging from modern to contemporary, the features and finishes of our apartment homes offer quality and practicality. From the white quartz countertops and modular closet systems in Parc Riverside West to the modern espresso cabinetry and granite countertops in Parc Riverside East, our apartment homes are curated for your every need and taste. All apartment homes feature in-unit washer/dryers, wood-grain LVT flooring and stainless-steel appliances.
Parc Riverside’s new expansion adds an array of new amenities inside and out, giving our residents more options that cater to their every need. Amenities include resort style rooftop pool with D.C. views, two state-of-the-art fitness centers with a yoga/flex studio and an expansive resident lounge.
No matter what industry you work in, technology is constantly changing. Companies are searching for candidates with new skillsets and experience with emerging technologies.
At Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Center, adjacent to the West Falls Church Metro station, an administrative team manages more than 700 online graduate students looking to develop new skills and fill gaps on their resume.
Virginia Tech developed its #4 nationally-ranked Master of Information Technology program (VT-MIT) in 1999 in response to a request by the Commonwealth of Virginia to help meet the growing demand for employees in the information technology field.
Since then, the 100% online program has kept pace with changes in technology, in both course delivery and course options.
Working professionals from across the country are taking the online courses at their own pace and designing a degree that works for their individual goals, whether they are a seasoned IT professional or looking to shift into a tech career.