• 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

NEW from Tom Bozzuto’s Blog: The Power of The Team

September 17, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Living, Bozzuto News, Featured

Inspired by two local MLB teams, the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals, Bozzuto’s founder shares his thoughts on the dynamics that make up a winning organization: The Power Of The Team In case you’ve been living in outer space, let me be the first to inform you that both the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto’s Apartment Community of the Day: Gatehouse 75

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2 and 3 bedroom Boston apartments for rent by Bozzuto

It’s All About Location With These 2-3-Bedroom Boston Apartments

September 15, 2014
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Boston, Featured, Massachusetts

Location, location, location. The oft-repeated real estate mantra matters for a reason. Location is often one of the biggest factors that comes into play when choosing where to live. Whether you want to be near public transportation or a major highway, near shops for easy errands or near a vibrant downtown with bustling nightlife, location… (Continue reading)

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Choosing Custom Floors for Your New Bozzuto Home Is Easy With Our Design Studio

September 11, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes, Lifestyle

Buying a new home is always an exciting (sometimes terrifying!) process, and with that big life step comes many decisions, like financing, where to buy, how big of a house you’d like, etc. However, there are tons of design choices to keep in mind as well, including choice of flooring. Is hardwood, carpet, or laminate… (Continue reading)

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The Best 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments in Baltimore

September 10, 2014
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Baltimore, Featured, Maryland

Finding the part of the city that suits you is what makes a place to live into a home. Each of Baltimore’s neighborhoods offers a unique lifestyle and vibe. Whether you want to live with a roommate in a fabulous two-bedroom apartment, or you prefer to live alone in a luxury one-bedroom unit, there are… (Continue reading)

Capitol Yards Apartments for rent in DC

Find Top Amenities in Stellar Locations | Studio Apartments in Washington, D.C.

September 9, 2014
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Washington DC

Washington, D.C. is quickly becoming a hub for Millennials and other like-minded culture-lovers, who are flocking to the city en masse to begin their careers, enjoy nightlife and live their lives to the fullest. If you’re single and looking for your first home or a couple who wants to call a studio apartment home, there… (Continue reading)

Mariner Bay at Annapolis Towne Centre

Live, Work, Play: The Rise of Mixed-Use Buildings

September 8, 2014
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Bozzuto Living

American housing development trends have undergone many changes. Their evolution from densely packed city center housing to white picket fenced suburban tracts and everything in-between has shifted as the needs of residents change. Now, residents are looking for the convenience of city living with the comfort of community–and this is where mixed-use buildings shine. (Continue reading)

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This Father of Two Made His Home Smart With SmartThings [VIDEO]

This month we’re giving away a “Know and Control Your Home Kit” from SmartThings™ for the #BozzutoSmartHomes Sweepstakes! To give you an idea of the awesome abilities and power of this smart home technology here’s Brandon; the loving husband and father of two that wants his home to work as hard as he does to… (Continue reading)

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Smart Up Your Home with The #BozzutoSmartHomes Sweepstakes

When it comes to the ultimate smart home, the fictional technology genius known as Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man) has every bell and whistle you could ask for. But, what if there was a way for your home to be just as smart?     What if your home gave you the traffic and weather… (Continue reading)

Capitol Yards Stadium View

Are You A Sports Nut? Then You’ll Want To Live Here.

September 2, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Living

One of the benefits of living in the big city is camaraderie with other sports fans. You pack the house to will your team to victory. You share hugs, hi-fives and fist bumps when things are going well, and lament what could have been when everything goes wrong. While you can still make it to… (Continue reading)

Shopping Near Boston

Shop ‘Til You Drop at These Shops Near Watertown Mews

August 28, 2014
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Boston, Massachusetts, Watertown Mews

One of the perks of living near a big city is the easy accessibility to great shopping. Whether you’re stocking the fridge for the week, looking to score a bargain or seeking a more upscale experience, there’s a shop near Watertown Mews  that has just what you’re looking for. These apartments near Boston are situated… (Continue reading)

Monroe Street Market

Bozzuto’s Hippest Communities

August 28, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Living

You’re a post-college graduate who has worked hard enough to earn that plum job and the higher salary to go along with it. Now, you’d like to live in a nicer apartment to show off your success, naturally! Fortunately for you, there are tons of luxurious, hip, and exclusive communities up and down the East Coast… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto Apartment Community of the Day: Hodge on 7th

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Suburban, Urban, or Rural: Where Should You Live?

August 26, 2014
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Bozzuto Living

Deciding where to live can be tough. At Bozzuto, we’re experts about all different types of communities–from the busiest cities to sleepy and serene seaside towns–so we put together this quiz to help you determine where exactly you belong. Trying to decide between choosing a glitzy city space, a super-convenient suburban dwelling, or a peaceful… (Continue reading)

Millennial Home Buying Guide From Bozzuto

The Millennial’s Home-Buying Guide

August 25, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes

One of the age-old questions many young people ask themselves is “should I make the leap from renting to buying my first home?” While this can be a loaded question, those who fall into the Millennial Generation – born between 1982 and 2002 – are often considered to be the ones who move around a… (Continue reading)

Bicycle Storage in Boston

Bike Storage, Shops and Paths Make Cycling in the City a Cinch

August 21, 2014
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Boston, Bozzuto Homes, Massachusetts, Watertown Mews

Boston is consistently ranked as one of the healthiest cities in the U.S. and one of the ways residents stay fit is by keeping active. Biking in the Boston area, whether it’s commuting, for exercise or just for fun, has really taken off in the last few years. New bikes lanes, trails and shops have… (Continue reading)

Longwood Gardens

A Walk Through the Wonders of Beautiful West Chester, PA

August 21, 2014
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Pennsylvania, West Chester

There aren’t many places as close to perfect as West Chester, PA. Adorably known as the Mushroom Capital of the World, this natural landscape is chock-full of charming wineries, bustling businesses, and close to everything that Philadelphia has to offer. Want to get familiar with this quaint suburban getaway? Here’s everything you need to know… (Continue reading)

Art Museums in Baltimore

Art in Baltimore: Best Art Museums in the City

August 19, 2014
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Baltimore, Maryland

Dating all the way back to the early 1700s, Baltimore is one of the oldest cities in the United States and has its fill of great historical sites and facts. When people think of Baltimore they often picture a rugged, stodgy old town full of dusty statues, but as old as it is, the progressive… (Continue reading)

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Move-In Tips For New Apartments

August 18, 2014
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Bozzuto Living

Summer is one of the most popular seasons for moving because there’s no better way to gear up for the fall by cozying up in a new luxury apartment or cozy condo. However, moving to a new apartment can be stressful if you aren’t properly prepared. Here are some great ways to make your move a smooth… (Continue reading)

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Quick Beach Getaways from D.C.

August 15, 2014
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Featured

Making it out to the Atlantic Coast is always a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of your weekly routine, but there is no need to travel all the way to Ocean City or Rehoboth to pop your parasol into some soft sand, spread out a beach blanket, and soak up the summer sun…. (Continue reading)

4 of the Best Pumpkin Patches Near Baltimore

September 18, 2014
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Baltimore, Bozzuto Homes, Maryland, The Guilford

If the crisp air and exciting football games have given you fall fever, why not go all-out and decorate your apartment for the season? Plenty of people buy their pumpkins in the early fall to display for a few weeks before carving them into spooky Halloween jack-o-lanterns. In fact, now is the perfect time to… (Continue reading)

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Pete’s Pizza: A Fresh Take on Pizza Just Minutes from vPoint in Arlington

September 18, 2014
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vPoint

When you think of pizza, words like "fresh," "local," and "all-natural" are probably not the first that come to mind. But they're the principles that drive Pete's Pizza to serve some of the best pies you'll taste anywhere near vPoint, according to regular diners. This unique pizzeria focuses on sourcing many of its ingredients locally,… (Continue reading)

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Kona Grill: Quality Fusion Cuisine Near The Zenith in Baltimore

September 18, 2014
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The Zenith

At Kona Grill diners can choose from a variety of meals influenced by traditional Asian cuisines. Japanese-style sushi is always a popular choice at the Baltimore location of this popular restaurant near The Zenith, as diners have several dozen different sushi and sashimi options to choose from. Be sure to order one of the special… (Continue reading)

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Pure Om Bethesda: Try Bikram Yoga near The Whitney

September 18, 2014
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The Whitney

Pure Om Bethesda is a yoga studio specializing in bikram style practice, and all of its classes are suitable for students ranging from beginners to advanced levels. If this will be your first time at a bikram-style studio, you should know that the room will be heated to over 90 degrees. The heated environment helps… (Continue reading)

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Momofuku Milk Bar: Delicious Bites Near The Sagamore in New York City

September 18, 2014
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The Sagamore

Sometimes you just crave a little something sweet, and Momofuku Milk Bar is ideal for satisfying those cravings. This Upper West Side shop near The Sagamore specializes in delicious hand-held snacks that will keep you coming back for more. Try the blueberry and cream or peanut butter cookies, available as singles or by the dozen,… (Continue reading)

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Eventide Restaurant: Fine Dining Near The Residences at the Market Common in Arlington

September 18, 2014
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The Residences at Market Common

Eventide Restaurant is housed in a historic building dating back to 1925. Today, you'll see how the restaurant has reused and reclaimed many of the original building materials in its remodeling of the space. You should know that there is a distinctly different ambiance and menu in the different seating areas of the restaurant. For… (Continue reading)

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Bikram Yoga: Fitness and Flexibility Just Minutes From The Loree Grand in D.C.

September 18, 2014
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The Loree Grand at Union Place

Bikram Yoga on Capitol Hill offers more than three dozen classes each week, so at least one of them is sure to fit your busy schedule. All of the studio's classes are suitable for beginners as well as more advanced students, and all first-time students get a week of unlimited yoga for only $20. If… (Continue reading)

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National Building Museum: Architectural Exploration near The Lexington at Market Square in D.C.

September 18, 2014
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The Lexington at Market Square

The National Building Museum is a truly unique institution dedicated to educating the public about architectural history and urban design. This innovative D.C. museum near The Lexington at Market Square is very kid-friendly and includes a "building zone" where kids can practice constructing things with blocks, as well as interactive demonstrations of how different types… (Continue reading)

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Earth Treks Climbing Center: Tap Into Your Sense of Adventure Just Minutes From The Fenestra in Rockville

Earth Treks Climbing Center in Rockville boasts the largest indoor climbing wall in the nation, with more than 38,500 square feet of climbing space. Better still, this facility near The Fenestra is equally suited to both experienced and beginning climbers. Experienced climbers will be challenged by steep and technical terrain in the huge bouldering area… (Continue reading)

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Bar Pilar: Great for Casual Drinks and Dinner near The Ellington in D.C.

September 18, 2014
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The Ellington

It's hard to say whether the main event at Bar Pilar is the food or the cocktails. Both are said to be superbly crafted with skill, care, and creativity at this D.C. pub. You'll get a tart, tangy, and summery kick from the "spring break forever" drink that combines gin, rhubarb, angelica, and ginger, or… (Continue reading)