• Bozzuto Beat Blog

    At Bozzuto, we've been creating extraordinary communities for more than two decades. We've come to know many of our cities' secrets. You could even say we're obsessed with the neighborhoods where we live. And we want to share this insider info with you - destinations such as that Zagat-rated restaurant where only the locals eat, the hidden bookstore gem or the bar with the world's best Bloody Mary. Tell us your city's secrets and let's explore together.

    Bozzuto Beat Blog

Flats170 Loves Full Repax Bins During #FwdYourFashion

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Metropolitan at Pentagon City Continues To Bring In The Donations For #FwdYourFashion

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Cutest Picture Yet From Our Share How You Share Picture Challenge

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The Residences at Rivers Edge

Top 5 Views From Exclusive Bozzuto Properties

April 14, 2014
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Bozzuto Living, Featured

There is nothing quite like waking up to a stunning view of the world’s most famous skylines right outside your window or relaxing with a cold drink whilst overlooking a gently flowing river while lush trees rustle in the breeze. A breathtaking view from your apartment can be relaxing, invigorating, and make your friends and… (Continue reading)

[PHOTO] Flats170 Off to a Great Start with Earth Day Donations

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Union Wharf Apartments

The Top 7 Pools Bozzuto Has To Offer Are Here.

April 9, 2014
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Bozzuto Living

Spring is here, baseball season has gotten underway, and those summer months are creeping ever closer. That can mean only one thing – it is about to get a whole lot warmer all across the country. As soon as the weather warms up, we want to get outside and cool down. And what could be… (Continue reading)

Spring Cleaning at Arbors at ArundelPreserve with #FwdYourFashion

Spring time means some spring cleaning! Donate some gently used clothing today! #FWDYOURFASHION!! pic.twitter.com/deMbMnbF4b — Arbors at Arundel (@ArundelPreserve) April 7, 2014 (Continue reading)

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Saving Space in Your Bozzuto Abode

Your Bozzuto home should be a source of pride both inside and out, but sometimes life gets hectic and there just doesn’t seem to be enough room for your whole being to fit between the walls of any dwelling, large or small. Utilizing the tips below can aid you in organizing your surroundings and revitalizing… (Continue reading)

Camden Yards Night View

A Local Guide to the Camden Yards Neighborhood in Downtown Baltimore

April 7, 2014
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Baltimore, Featured, Maryland

If you’re thinking of coming to visit Camden Yards for an O’s game or even moving to Baltimore, you’re in good company. The neighborhood surrounding the ballpark is one of the most interesting around the city, and it appeals to more than just sports fans. Here’s the inside scoop on one of the most rapidly… (Continue reading)

Cathedral Commons Construction Update [PHOTO]

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House of Cards

Get the Look: House of Cards

April 3, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes, Washington DC

The Underwood’s home in the award-winning Netflix series House of Cards is full of unique and polished home décor that you can use in your own home. During Season 2, we saw that even Congressmen make arrangements to upgrade their homes. For Frank, it’s his personal treasures and elegant taste shared with his wife Claire that… (Continue reading)

Flats170 at Academy Yard

Today, Renting – Tomorrow, Homeowner

April 1, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Homes

If you have ever wondered how nice it would be to stop writing a rent check every month and instead pay towards equity in your own home, you may be ready to consider making the move from renting to buying! Owning your own home can certainly provide a tremendous sense of security. If you think… (Continue reading)

Georgetown, Washington DC

The Insider’s Guide to Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

Georgetown is one of Washington, D.C.’ s best neighborhoods. The area hums along from the many businesses, boutiques and young people from George Washington University and Georgetown University that call the place home. It’s also filled with historical mansions and is just plain fun. Use this guide to soak up the best of what Georgetown… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto Maple Lawn

What Homeowners Need To Know For Tax Time

March 27, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Homes

Every year when tax time comes around, homeowners are able to take advantage of many deductions. These deductions reduce the tax liability and help homeowners put more money in their pockets. In order to take advantage of homeowner deductions it is necessary for homeowners to itemize their deductions. This means filing a 1040 with schedule… (Continue reading)

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“What City Should I Live In?” Take the Bozzuto Quiz!

March 25, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Living, Featured

Deciding where you want to live can be one of the life’s hardest challenges. After all, you want to pick the city that matches your lifestyle, but figuring out just where that is can be tough. Don’t worry – we’ve got an easy answer. If you’re confused about where you should plant roots on the… (Continue reading)

Top Places to Eat Near Orioles Park in Baltimore

Not feeling the urge to indulge in hot dogs, cracker jacks, and other “baseball stadium food” during an Orioles game in Baltimore this season? Well, that’s not a problem at all, because Orioles Park is adjacent to the charming Federal Hill neighborhood, where you’ll find a great selection of locally owned restaurants. Here are 5… (Continue reading)

Usher in Warm Weather At a Rooftop Bar in Washington DC

Spring has finally sprung, and what better place to get some fresh air and take in the fabulous views than a rooftop bar in Washington DC? Call up a few friends and make a date for a meal or drink at one of these 8 rooftop bars overlooking the city. Read more. (Continue reading)

Everything You Need to Know About the National Children’s Museum

April 17, 2014
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Annapolis, Creekstone Village, Maryland

For too many years, the National Children’s Museum in DC was without a home, but luckily it moved into a fabulous new space in November 2013. With a great location just outside of DC and off the Beltway in National Harbor, getting there from Annapolis is a breeze. Here’s everything you need to know about… (Continue reading)

Boston Marathon

Cheer on the Runners in the 118th Boston Marathon

April 17, 2014
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Boston, Bozzuto Guest Blog, Featured, Massachusetts

It’s been nearly one year since the tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon finish line, and that means it’s nearly time to run again. With a field size considerably larger than usual, the 118th running of the race on Monday, April 21, is expected to draw a huge crowd. (Continue reading)

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Art Museum of the Americas: Connecting the Americas Near vPoint

April 16, 2014
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vPoint

Art Museum of the Americas is an often overlooked museum in D.C. The museum promotes the values of the Organization of American States thus creating an environment where artists from across the Americas can display their creativity. The exhibits showcase themes such as democracy, social justice and more. Current exhibitions include "Territories and Subjectivities: Contemporary… (Continue reading)

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Toga Bike Shop: Everything You Need to Cycle Around the City Near The Sagamore

April 16, 2014
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The Sagamore

What better way to welcome the warm, spring weather than by getting on your bike and exploring the city. Whether you've got a bike that needs a little work or need a new bike altogether, be sure to head over to Toga Bike Shop. This Upper West Side shop is just minutes from The Sagamore… (Continue reading)

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National Museum of Natural History: Explore the World Near The Lexington at Market Square

April 16, 2014
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The Lexington at Market Square

For a world-class natural history museum, head over to National Museum of Natural History. The Smithsonian museums are known for their remarkable collections and this is no exception. The collection here includes a fantastic fossil collection for all you dinosaur lovers out there. If you prefer some of the more recent members of the animal… (Continue reading)

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The Salon at Saks: Relax in a Luxurious Setting Near The Brownstones at Englewood South

The words Saks Fifth Avenue evoke a vision of high-end luxury. Most people, however, only think of it as a place to shop for clothes or shoes. Little do they know that Saks also has a salon that offers a wide range of services. If you're planning an elegant night out, stop by for a… (Continue reading)

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McCormick & Schmick’s: Seafood Near The Apartments at Harbor Park

April 16, 2014
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The Apartments at Harbor Park

For a classic American seafood and steakhouse, head over to McCormick & Schmick's. The Reston branch of this national chain offers the same, quality dishes you find at its many locations. The interior has the warm, welcoming woodwork you would expect in a steakhouse. The restaurant has a great nightly happy hour that's very popular… (Continue reading)

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A Raisin in the Sun: Broadway at its Best Near Instrata Mercedes House

April 16, 2014
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Broadway shows are iconic. They've come to symbolize New York City's mastery of arts and entertainment. This is even more true when shows feature a star-studded cast. The American classic A Raisin in the Sun is now on Broadway and Denzel Washington is a leading member of the cast. The play follows the experiences of… (Continue reading)