"It’s about a unique space where two communities come together."

Sixth Annual Takoma Park Play Day

Ready. Set. Play! This Saturday is the Sixth Annual Takoma Park Play Day, and the community is more involved than ever. The event is organized to support one common cause: to get kids outside to play in Takoma Park. The event also encourages community members of all ages to play for exercise, stress relief and […]
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DC Slowly Moving Away From Cars

Today, Washington, D.C. is participating in its annual Car Free Day. This may seem like nothing new to D.C. residents as each day, D.C. gets closer to making every day car free. “Between 2010 and 2012, the number of car-free households in the District of Columbia grew by 12,612—fully 88% of new households citywide.” And […]
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Two Neighborhoods Become One

Takoma, D.C. and Takoma Park are quickly becoming one community. Both neighborhoods share “a hippie history that still lingers today” through the areas food, markets, and local businesses. Although one is in Maryland and one is in the District, these two neighborhoods are more similar than you may think. Both areas are joined by “a Metro […]
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Recap: Takoma Connected Community Workshop

Thank you to all the community members who attended our workshop this past Saturday. We heard great feedback during our breakout sessions on various aspects of our proposed resident development at the Takoma Metro site. Below you can see a snapshot of the summaries from each session, where we had a representative write down thoughts and […]
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2014 Takoma Park Folk Festival

The 2014 Takoma Park Folk Festival is this weekend! First established in 1978, the annual festival is one of our area’s top music events. With more than 50-featured acts on seven stages, this year’s festival will showcase musical performances from around the world. In addition to the live music, attendees can also enjoy a dance […]
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Upcoming Community Meeting, Saturday, September 13th

Join us as we share preliminary design plans for our proposed residential community at the Takoma Metro station site. You will have the opportunity to speak with experts and provide feedback on various aspects of the development. We are looking forward to engaging with the community to develop a place for current and future residents […]
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Takoma D.C. and Takoma Park featured as one of the area’s “hot hoods”

It’s no secret that communities of Takoma and Takoma Park offer the best of urban-suburban living. But now, Takoma, D.C. and Takoma Park have officially been dubbed as a “hot hood” in Washington, D.C. according to the Washington Post Express. In addition to sharing a Metro Station and a unique mix of local eateries and […]
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Washington, D.C. Named Coolest City in America

Washington D.C. is officially stamped “cool.” Washington, D.C. is at the top of Forbes “Coolest Cities in America.” The evaluation was determined by calculating several features ranging from entertainment options to cultural diversity. Forbes teamed with Sperling’s Best Places to assist in evaluating the most desirable features and appealing qualities for cities around the nation. […]
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Washington, D.C. ranks number one in walkability

Washington, D.C. recently beat out New York City and earned the number-one spot as the most walkable metropolitan area in the U.S. What’s the secret to Washington’s walkability? A recent report by Smart Growth America shows that the growth of  “walkable suburbs” like Old Town Alexandria, Bethesda, and even Tysons is expanding throughout the region. “Many of America’s […]
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In the News: Mosaic District

Check out Washington Post’s featured neighborhood of the month: Mosaic District! Read more about our Townhomes at Mosaic District project which has the “intimate feel of a small town” right in the midst of a bustling town center.