Monthly Archives: September 2013

DC’s Office of Planning Proposes Raising the City’s Height Limit for Buildings

            The height of D.C.’s buildings have long been regulated by the Height Act of 1910, which limits a building’s height to the width of the street or avenue on which the property fronts.  After analyzing the economic impact of these restrictions, DC’s Office of Planning (OP) is proposing raising the height limit within the […]

Carless Condominiums – A Trend in D.C. Real Estate

            As parking constraints continue to tighten in Logan Circle, DuPont, Columbia Heights and Capitol Hill, developers are taking a new approach to mitigate the problem.  Specifically, they are prohibiting tenants from obtaining Residential Parking Permits (RPP’s), thus preventing them from parking on the street.  Douglas Development introduced this “car-free” concept with the Tenley View, […]

Tucan Sam


The Otters!

The only group of animals that look like they are having fun! They have such a fun little exibit.


Quite flexible…

Halloween came early for these two…

They were in town for the national anime convention in D.C.

Elephants – best shot


Quack. Quack.


Pretty bird. pretty bird


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