To Rent or to Buy?

An important question worth asking is: to buy, or to rent? With DC’s high cost of living, it can be tough to distinguish what makes the most financial sense, making that large purchase, or continuing to dole out the monthly rent check. Of course, […]

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A 4th History

You may not be a history buff, but the history grounding 4th of July traditions is interesting, regardless. Living in DC ,with its numerous museums, memorials, and altogether rich history, it seems apt to discuss why we celebrate the 4th as we do. On […]

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Neighborhood Profile: Columbia Heights

Apex, one of Cap City’s newest buildings, is finding its home at 3035 15th Street, NW. Columbia Heights is a bustling and trendy area, but Apex’s location on the quieter side makes it an urban retreat. What’s to know about Columbia Heights? Columbia Heights […]

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Furniture Buying Tips

Moving? Whether your current furniture doesn’t fit your new space, this is your very first pad, or you just want to redecorate, moving often calls for new furniture. New furniture might not be in your budget, however, after purchasing your new digs. Attic: Attic is […]

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Urban Infill: A Cap City priority

At Cap City, we are committed to sustainability, and our urban infill practices are the principal way in which we maintain our green standards. Urban infill is not a term tossed around too often; what exactly is it? Urban infill is an inherently green […]

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Explore Local Favorites Near The Morgan

The Morgan condos at 2237 Champlain Street NW couldn’t be built in a more spirited neighborhood in DC – Adams Morgan. Adams Morgan is a well-established hot spot brimming with hipsters, revelers, and international scenes. The colorful nightlife epicenter and ultra-laid-back locale is flooded […]

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Delight in Columbia Heights: Future home to Apex

Here at Capital City, we are committed to building our projects in dynamic neighborhoods that offer us the opportunity to practice urban infill –the reuse of obsolete or underutilized buildings. This allows us to work as green developers while creating luxurious living spaces and […]

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