There's no bouncer at the door of this club. Everyone's guzzling water instead of booze. And there's no way you're getting off the dance floor.
Have things that need to get done but work and family and holidays keep you from doing? That’s what Jennifer Brickman Rasche does for her clients, so they can focus on work and family and holidays.
Can’t stand the thought of battling the bulge — and the New Year’s resolution crowd — at your gym? There’s another option: stay home.
Pay thousands of dollars to a rental broker to find you an apartment? No way. This isn’t NYC. It’s D.C., where property owners — not renters — pay four-digit sums to fill their units.
This year, instead of giving your mom, spouse or best pal another tchotchke to go on a shelf, why not give an activity to remember?
For 30 years, Stephen Keane, 78, saw the same thing outside his apartment windows: a dark, plain roof adorned with tired-looking air-conditioning units. Today, he looks out those same windows and sees a quilt of creeping plants. That old eyesore of a roof was transformed in September into a thriving “green roof.”
Though its roots date back to the early 1700s,Clarendon earned its title as Arlington’s “downtown” 200 years later. Today,“laissez les bons temps rouler” might as well be its tagline.
Katie Bushwick worked hard to buy a home. But the hard work really kicked in after she found a townhome in Frederick, Md. That’s when she had to prove to the bank that she could be trusted to pay back a home loan.
Six to eight times a week, Steve Rossi, aka Mr. Knick Knack plays acoustic guitar with his Bric-A-Brac band and sings songs geared toward kids younger than 6.
George Bebble, 52, looks and feels better now than he ever did in his 40s. And he can thank his apartment building for that.