• 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
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How To Find The Perfect 2-3 Bedroom Apartments For Rent In Philly

November 24, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Apartment shopping in the City of Brotherly Love is no small feat. The plethora of available apartments in and near the city is vast (to say the least), and while many apartment communities offer breathtaking views, on-premise features, upscale amenities or a combination of all of the above, convenience is what truly makes life elegant…. (Continue reading)

Alternative Thanksgiving Plans

Taking the Road Less Traveled This Thanksgiving

November 20, 2014
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Bozzuto Living

When November 1st rolled around, advertisers and department stores didn’t seem to miss a beat before reminding us that the holiday season is back in full swing. While the year’s end can be a great time for celebration, we also know that it can be a recipe for exhaustion. With all of the parties, the… (Continue reading)

Patriot Stadium

Getting Ready for Patriots Game Day!

November 19, 2014
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Boston, Bozzuto Guest Blog, Massachusetts

New England is spectacular in any season, but it really shines in the fall. In addition to apples, pumpkins and foliage, it’s also football season! If anything in this world is for sure, it’s that Boston loves its sports team, especially the New England Patriots. Here are a few suggestions on where to watch the… (Continue reading)

Baltimore Skyline at Night

Working in Baltimore? There’s Housing Available Just For You.

November 18, 2014
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Baltimore, Bozzuto Guest Blog, Maryland

While Baltimore may be best known the Orioles, blue crabs, and National Bohemian beer, Charm City isn’t just about a great party. Work must come before play and there’s plenty of business booming in Baltimore. Here are some of the most notable businesses in the area: (Continue reading)

Astro Doughnuts and Fried Chicken - Washington, DC

Where to Get the Best Doughnuts in DC

November 17, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Washington DC

Food trends come and go (cupcakes, anyone?), and the District’s biggest trend du jour is doughnuts. These shops represent some of the best D.C. has to offer up and are a great place to get your doughnut and coffee fix. Here’s where to get the best doughnuts in DC and the surrounding areas! Image: Astro… (Continue reading)

New Rochelle, NY Waterfront

Americana Awaits in New Rochelle, New York

November 13, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, New York

At the southern tip of New York state and Westchester county is New Rochelle, an upscale city steeped in rich history and culture. New Rochelle borders the Long Island Sound and is just two miles north of the New York City border. With a population of just over 77,000, the city is a great place… (Continue reading)

Pisgah Historic District

What to Expect in Your First Year of Home Ownership

November 12, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes

Now that you are a first-time home buyer and you’ve signed all the paper work, set down some roots, unpacked, hung the family photos, and planted the flowers out back, what’s next? There are some things to consider in the first year of being a homeowner besides kicking back and enjoying what you’ve bought. Whether… (Continue reading)

River Link Ferry to Camden

Your Philly to Camden/Cherry Hill Connection

The trains roll by in the bustling City of Brotherly Love. You bite into an epic cheesesteak, take in a riveting theatrical performance at one of the many local venues, stare down the spiraling skyscrapers in awe and remember that there’s even more to see. When you reside in a luxury apartment in Philadelphia, you’re… (Continue reading)

The Bozzuto Group

Toby Bozzuto Presenting at BMAC14 in November

November 10, 2014
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Bozzuto News

As a leader in commercial real estate services throughout the East Coast, Bozzuto is thrilled to participate in the third annual BMAC14, Bisnow’s National Multifamily Conference and Expo. (Continue reading)

Bozzuto in Harbor East, Baltimore MD

Bozzuto Contributes to Harbor East Development in Baltimore, Maryland

November 6, 2014
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Baltimore, Bozzuto News, Maryland

As one of the epicenters of social and business activity, the Baltimore Harbor area has been deemed one of the most coveted places to live in the city and Bozzuto is playing a large part in keeping that momentum going. (Continue reading)

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument

Under-The-Radar Memorials & Monuments To See In NYC

November 5, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, New York, New York City

Every year, millions of people travel to New York City for a variety of reasons. From just visiting for a weekend with the girls to following your dream of performing on Broadway, there’s always plenty to occupy your attention no matter where your interests lie. If you’re a history buff, there are plenty of impressive… (Continue reading)

Early Mountain Vineyards

Enjoy The Taste Of Fall At The Best Cideries In DC/VA/MD

November 4, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Lifestyle

At this point, discussing the popularity of the craft beer movement is almost cliché. But the craft beer revolution has been good for other beverages too! Although not on the same scale (yet), craft cider is on the rise. Due to the area’s vibrant agriculture scene (Virginia apples are very tasty), cider is thriving in the DMV…. (Continue reading)

Bar Cart

Building Your Own Bar Cart

Living at the Artisan Series makes it easy to entertain fabulously–from the ultra sleek interiors, to the fantastic amenities like a lush outdoor courtyard complete with fire pits–but we know that no bon vivant‘s home is complete without a fully stocked bar cart. An impeccable bar cart has been a staple of the homes of world-class… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto Management Company

Bozzuto is a Leader of Sustainable Housing on the East Coast

November 3, 2014
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Bozzuto News

Since 1988, Bozzuto has been on the forefront of eco-friendly building, property management, and development techniques. By committing to the environment as well as investing in local communities, Bozzuto has become a leader in the green real estate service industry, setting the tone for today’s contemporary emphasis on sustainability that is matched by very few. (Continue reading)

15th and V Neighborhood in Washington, DC

Why Millennials Should Buy in DC

October 30, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes, Washington, DC

Forget L.A. and New York, the stereotypically hip places for Millennials (those 24 to 34 year olds also known as the “Me, Me, Me Generation” by TIME Magazine). The newest hot city for them to take up residence is undoubtedly Washington, D.C. D.C. isn’t just home to the President. It also boasts great restaurants, art… (Continue reading)

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Studio, 1-, 2- and 3-Bedroom Apartments for Rent Near Boston

October 30, 2014
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Boston, Massachusetts, Watertown Mews

If you’re looking for an apartment to rent near Boston with a variety of floor plan options, then look no further than Watertown Mews. Located minutes from downtown, you’ll find these brand new studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are perfect for just about everyone. (Continue reading)

Fall Foliage

The 6 Best Bozzuto Communities for Fall Foliage

October 29, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog

Fall has arrived, and with it comes chillier temps, pumpkin-spiced everything and gorgeous foliage. Arguably the best thing about fall—discounted Halloween candy aside—these colorful leaves must be seen. And if you’re a Bozzuto resident at any of the following properties, something you probably love about this season is waking up to gorgeous leaf views or… (Continue reading)

111 Kent Patio

Punctuate Your Living Space with an Accent Wall

October 28, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Lifestyle

Who among us hasn’t found themselves meandering through the artfully curated showrooms of a Restoration Hardware or sifting through a Pinterest gallery of coastal classic dining sets, scheming about the perfect dwelling? We can all dream a little dream home, but a dream rental is often the most practical place to start. And while most… (Continue reading)

Sugarspice donuts

Discover Hidden Gems in Medford and Everett, MA

October 27, 2014
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Boston, Bozzuto Guest Blog, Massachusetts, Medford

Boston and surrounding areas like Cambridge, Somerville and Charlestown may get most of the attention, but there’s a lot more to the area just outside the city. In recent years, Medford and Everett have seen an influx of new residents, new restaurants, and plenty of fun things to do that are true hidden gems. And… (Continue reading)

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)

10 of Our Favorite Fabulous Shops in Georgetown

November 26, 2014
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Annapolis, Bozzuto Homes, Creekstone Village, Maryland

When it comes to shopping, the DC area has a lot to offer. But nothing can compare to the thrill of shopping in Georgetown, where designer brands, antiques and fashion powerhouses coalesce on M Street and Wisconsin Avenue. Here are 10 of our favorite boutiques in Georgetown that are definitely worth the trip: Read more. (Continue reading)

Quick Guide to Touring the White House

In our last blog post, we provided you with a quick guide to touring the U.S. Capitol building. But no exploration of our capital city would be complete without also touring the White House. America’s most famous residence is located just a few miles from your Hyattsville apartment and is accessible via Metro on the Farragut… (Continue reading)

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Lace Up Your Ice Skates for a Spin Around Washington Canal Park Near Capitol Yards DC

November 26, 2014
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Capitol Yards

It's that time of year! Washington's Canal Park has opened its seasonal ice skating rink to the usual local excitement and fanfare. Daily public skating hours give anyone the opportunity to show off their skills on the ice, while beginners can get comfortable on the rink in a more controlled environment by signing up for… (Continue reading)

Rhode Island Row _Washington DC  Thanksgiving Coat Drive

Rhode Island Row and WPGC Coats Drive

November 26, 2014
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Featured

 The WPGC 95.5 family and  Bozzuto and Urban Atlantic participated in a drive to collect  gently used or new winter coats and/or winter accessory (hat, gloves, scarves) to directly benefit the The Salvation Army USA. There was a great response and  more than 460 coats were donated to senior and homeless veterans for the holidays as part of the Rhode Island… (Continue reading)

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Get Inspired With a Visit to Reading Public Museum Near 100 Park at Wyomissing Square

November 26, 2014
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100 Park at Wyomissing Square

It's unusual for a museum to have collections as wide ranging as the Reading Public Museum's. This museum near 100 Park at Wyomissing Square hosts exhibits on everything from art to science, human culture to the depths of outer space. You might start your visit by exploring the ancient civilizations galleries, which feature priceless treasures… (Continue reading)

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Take a Cooking Class or Have Lunch at A Cook’s Café Near Stone Point

November 26, 2014
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Stone Point Apartments

A Cook’s Café is a unique restaurant with a business model that is a bit different than most eateries near Stone Point. The restaurant is the home of the Chesapeake School of Cooking, so visitors can indulge in a delicious dinner and then learn how to cook what they just ate from the school’s knowledgeable… (Continue reading)

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Bite Into a Tasty Slice at Quattro Formaggi Near Cameron Court

November 26, 2014
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Cameron Court

According to a Washington Post review, the pizza at Alexandria's Quattro Formaggi is "faultless." Taste it for yourself during a leisurely weekend afternoon, or swing by after a long day at work when your busy schedule begs for take-out. Either way, you're not likely to be disappointed. Pizzas come in personal, small, and large sizes,… (Continue reading)

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Get Smokin’ Good Grub at Red Hot and Blue Near Concord Park at Russett

November 26, 2014
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Concord Park At Russett

In 1988, two friends got together and decided they needed to open a restaurant that combined finger-licking Memphis-style barbecue and great blues music. Red Hot and Blue was born and has since evolved into a popular regional chain. You'll find a location in Laurel, not too far from Concord Park at Russett. Here, the meat… (Continue reading)

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8 Ways in 8 Days to Spruce Up Your Apartment

November 26, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Lifestyle

‘Tis the season for a fabulous party! Whether you’ve offered to host a Yankee gift swap or a New Year’s countdown, it feels like the champagne never stops flowing. But before the very first guests arrive, you’ll want to set up your apartment for success. Why designate deep cleaning to only the warmer months? By… (Continue reading)

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Play Sports Year-Round Near The Brownstones at Englewood South at City Sports on 4

November 25, 2014
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The Brownstones at Englewood South

City Sports on 4 is a dream come true for any The Brownstones at Englewood South sports enthusiast. If you get frustrated about playing outside in cold weather or sweating during hot summer weather, this 12,000-square-foot facility is the perfect solution. City Sports’s East Wing hosts a fully air conditioned gym with two basketball courts… (Continue reading)

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