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D.C. is one of the top cities for live-work-play apartments

By August 31, 2022October 18th, 20224 Comments1 min read
This article originally appeared on August 31, 2022, published by Axios Washington D.C.

A report from RentCafe  found that rental communities that include residential, office, and retail space gained a foothold in the last decade, especially as the pandemic heightened renters’ preference for having daily activities close at hand.

D.C.’s propensity for new neighborhoods has led to the creation of so many live-work-play communities.
Buzzard Point is likely to be the next such area with thousands of new apartments planned as part of a mixed-use project for the Southwest neighborhood.

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