• 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.

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Bozzuto’s Virginia Apartment Community of the Week: The Paramount

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Columbia Maryland lakefront

A Local’s Guide to Columbia, Maryland

October 23, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Maryland

If you’re looking for an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of both Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, then Columbia, Maryland just might be the place for you. While the cities are still close enough to enjoy, Columbia offers all the amenities a resident would need for daytime relaxing and nighttime entertainment. Here’s your guide… (Continue reading)

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Halloween for Watertown Mews: Celebrate in Boston

October 23, 2014
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Boston, Massachusetts, Watertown Mews

Few places in the U.S. do fall better than New England and the season’s spookiest holiday, Halloween, is no exception. While your days of trick-or-treating may be over, there’s plenty of ways for adults to have fun on Halloween in Boston. Watertown Mews residents will find places to buy costumes, Halloween-themed events and day trips… (Continue reading)

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Station Square Apartments: The Ultimate Philly Commuter Destination

October 22, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Pennsylvania

If your dream job is in Philly but you thrive on the tranquility of dwelling in a suburban setting, Station Square Apartments (strategically located in the beautiful Philadelphia suburb known as Lansdale) could be the perfect place to build your business and your future. Image: Flickr (Continue reading)

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The Ultimate Guide to Halloween Happenings in New York City

October 21, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, New York, New York City

Halloween season in New York City is a sacred, spooky, and exciting time. There’s something lurking around every corner and residents of the Big Apple have their pick of amazing activities during the entire month of October. Image: Flickr (Continue reading)

GIVEAWAY: WIN A FREE RACE BIB TO INAUGURAL TOWSON DOWTOWN 5K RACE

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Team Bozzuto Sports Some Bling After The Baltimore Running Festival

We came. We ran. We conquered! Over the weekend, members of Bozzuto came together to run in The Baltimore Running Festival. We saw nearly 20 fantastic runs from members of Bozzuto Marketing, Homes, Development and Construction. Congrats to all of those who ran! Loading View on Instagram Bozzuto Runners Kelly Cantley, Tom Baum, Andrew Bolton,… (Continue reading)

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Seasonal Home Buying Trends – Why Now Is A Great Time To Buy

October 20, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes

The fall season has arrived and in most parts of the country, people are starting to feel the cooler temps already taking hold, as well as witnessing the changing color of the leaves. And—dare we say it—getting ready for the arrival of the holidays. In addition to pulling out the sweaters, it may also be… (Continue reading)

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Comparing Maryland vs. Virginia – A Renter’s Guide

October 16, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Maryland, Virginia

Deciding where you want to live is a tough choice. You want a great location at an affordable price that’s hopefully not too far from top retail, shopping and nightlife destinations. If the DMV (that’s D.C., Maryland and Virginia to all you non-natives) is your soon-to-be-home or you’re just looking for a change of scenery… (Continue reading)

Boston Day Trip

Take a Day Trip to Boston

October 16, 2014
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Boston, Massachusetts, Watertown Mews

Boston is a beautiful city full of famed history, charming architecture, and exceptional culture and entertainment. Located only a short distance from Watertown Mews, Boston is a great place for residents to spend a nice Sunday. We have compiled a ton of great spots to check out, read on to learn more! (Continue reading)

Great Falls National Park

The Best Bozzuto Communities for Outdoor Enthusiasts

October 15, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Living

City amenities and conveniences are great things, but some of you may also appreciate having places to get lost, whether that’s hiking, biking, running or getting out on the water. Here’s a guide to luxury apartment living for outdoor enthusiasts. Image: Flickr (Continue reading)

Boston Public Garden in Fall

Making the Most of Autumn in Boston

October 14, 2014
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Boston, Massachusetts

What’s left to say about New England in fall that hasn’t been hashtagged on Instagram by now? Between the technicolor foliage and myriad craft pumpkin beers, there’s truly no better place to spend your autumn days and nights. This is your chance to get your fill of fresh air before the snow starts piling up… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto’s Maryland Apartment Community of the Week: Creekstone Village Apartments

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Annapolis Towne Center

Why You Should Move To Annapolis, Maryland ASAP

October 13, 2014
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Annapolis, Bozzuto Guest Blog, Maryland

If you’re looking for a vacation-like destination city to call home without all the tourists, Annapolis is the place for you. Conveniently nestled outside of both Baltimore and Washington, D.C., this waterfront community has all the amenities and activities of a vibrant community without all of the urban hustle and bustle of the closer metro… (Continue reading)

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Get Close to Nature at the Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve Near Stonington Farm

October 31, 2014
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Stonington Farm

Located on the banks of Neshaminy Creek in New Britain, the Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve is one of Bucks County's most tranquil and peaceful areas. During the summer the preserve's meadows are filled with blooming native wildflowers, and during the winter the sight of quiet, snow-blanked fields is simply stunning. When you visit, you'll enjoy… (Continue reading)

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Stock Up on Wholesome Food at Trader Joe’s Near Stone Point

October 31, 2014
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Stone Point Apartments

Trader Joe's is well known for its commitment to quality, organic foods, attention to detail, and attentive customer service that makes each shopping trip a pleasure. Locals insist that the Annapolis location of this popular grocery chain is no exception. Start your visit in the produce section and load up on whatever is local and… (Continue reading)

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Enjoy Books and More at Morris County Library Near Sterling Parc

October 31, 2014
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Sterling Parc at Hanover

If you think that books are all that a library has to offer, then it's been too long since you visited one! The Morris County Library hosts all the mystery novels and historical biographies you'd expect, of course, but patrons also have access to a range of digital magazines and e-books, as well as fun… (Continue reading)

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Find a Good Book at Baldwin’s Book Barn Near Spring House at Brandywine

October 31, 2014
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Spring House at Brandywine

Housed in a historic, five-story building dating to 1822, the Book Barn is full of cozy nooks and crannies where you can sit down and delve into whatever treasure you've just discovered. This West Chester store's stock includes everything from collectible, rare, and valuable antique books to thousands of more common used books that have… (Continue reading)

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Find Inner Peace at Bikram Yoga Capitol Hill Near Senate Square

October 31, 2014
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Senate Square

There's a reason that yoga has become so popular in recent years: It calms, strengthens, and rejuvenates at the same time. And many local yogis say this is particularly true of the bikram-style yoga at Bikram Yoga Capitol Hill. All of the adult classes at this studio near Senate Square are conducted in heated rooms… (Continue reading)

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Curl Up With a Good Book From the Bull Run Regional Library Near Rosemary Ridge

October 31, 2014
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Rosemary Ridge

A visit to Bull Run Regional Library can be a real treat. With more than 200,000 physical books, thousands of electronic books, and more than 100 downloadable magazines, this community space near Rosemary Ridge has a lot to offer its patrons. You can pick up the latest spine-tingling murder mystery or delve into the past… (Continue reading)

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Savor a Taste of Italy at From the Boot Near Riverwalk at Millennium

October 31, 2014
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Riverwalk at Millennium

If you're looking for authentic Italian cuisine in Lafayette Hill, locals will likely point you in the direction of From the Boot. This popular, family-owned eatery has been a neighborhood favorite for years, and once you're seated, you'll probably notice that many of the patrons are regulars. In addition to the food, the atmosphere and… (Continue reading)

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Sidle Up to the Denim Bar at Shop Sixty Five Near Stonington Farm

October 30, 2014
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Stonington Farm

With two locations—one in Gladwyne and one right around the corner from Stonington Farm in Doylestown—Shop Sixty Five is a leading local boutique of women's designer apparel. Located just off of State Street, this two-floor store boasts exposed brick walls, gleaming hardwood floors, and, more importantly, an impressive roster of designer labels. Here, you can… (Continue reading)

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Meet Your Friends From The Ellington for Sunday Brunch at Dino’s Grotto

October 30, 2014
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The Ellington

Just a short distance from The Ellington sits Dino's Grotto, a lively, cozy bistro serving Italian fare. While the menu here changes with the seasons, the food is consistently reminiscent of the Italian countryside; dishes are "rustic" and rely on ingredients sourced from area farmers and artisans. For dinner, you might cut into the seared… (Continue reading)

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Enjoy Nature at Black Hill Regional Park Near Pinnacle at Town Center

October 30, 2014
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Pinnacle Town Center

Black Hill Regional Park offers more than 2,000 scenic acres of recreational space near The Pinnacle at Town Center. Here, water activities on the beautiful Little Seneca Lake are especially popular. You can fish directly from the pier, though boating is probably the more common method local anglers use to access the best fishing spots…. (Continue reading)