• 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 Interns:  Happy Hour – Rhode Island Row in Washington, DC

Meet Our Intern: Macy Anderson Miami University at Oxford, OH Urban and Regional Planning and Sustainability Projected Graduation:  May 2016 Stepping off of the metro, walking down the escalator, swiping your smart trip card, and all you can think about is kicking off your shoes, changing your clothes, and just being done with work for… (Continue reading)

Courtney Shelsby

Bozzuto Interns: The Spirit.  The Values.  The opportunity. - Mariner Bay at Annapolis Town Centre in Annapolis, MD

Meet Our Intern: Courtney Shelsby Virginia Tech Business Management Projected Graduation:  May 2015 Starting any new job has its challenges.  It can be intimidating walking into an office building for the first time, meeting new people, and learning material that you never imagined you’d have to know.  It can be even more overwhelming when you’re… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto’s Apartment Community of the Day: Avery Row

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Bozzuto Interns:  Summer Charity Event – Park Lane Seaport

Meet Our Intern: Nikki Benoit University of Delaware Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management Projected Graduation:  December 2015 Residents and employees alike enjoyed themselves last night at our kick-off summer charity event!  While strawberry lemonade spritzers and assorted refreshments were served, neighbors had the chance to catch up as they chatted away in the newly renovated… (Continue reading)

Lion Cubs at the National Zoo

Take an Educational Tour of Washington, D.C.

July 23, 2014
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Washington DC

If you have kids, Washington, D.C. is a great place to call home. The city is teeming with plenty of educational sites and museums that kids (and let’s face it, parents too) will love. Best of all, many of these spots are free! If you’d like to take your young ones on an educational tour… (Continue reading)

Electric Run

Summer Fun Near Baltimore, Maryland

July 16, 2014
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Baltimore, Bozzuto Guest Blog, Maryland

There isn’t a more fun time of year than summer. From outdoor concerts to sporting events, there’s no limit to the amount of summer fun to be had, especially when you live in or near a city as dynamic as Baltimore. If you’re looking for awesome summer events taking place near your Baltimore home, look… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto’s Apartment Community of the Day: Elevation at Washington Gateway

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Free Passes for You and a Plus One to Cirque Du Soleil’s Amaluna

The Esplanade Brings You: Free Passes for You and a Plus One to Cirque Du Soleil’s Amaluna Enter to win two free tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s summer hit Amaluna. Let your imagination run as wild as the performance when you envision your life at The Esplanade, National Harbor’s first luxury apartment community, opening this… (Continue reading)

The Upton apartments in MD

Living Large in Maryland

July 14, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Bozzuto Living, Maryland

When apartment hunting, there’s are a lot that factors in, but you might have some must-have criteria before even considering a property. Whether that’s an apartment in Maryland near the Metro or a 1 bedroom apartment near D.C. near a grocery store, we understand how important convenience can be and how much time it saves… (Continue reading)


The Best Bozzuto Apartments for Families

July 8, 2014
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Bozzuto Living

With kids out for summer break and not in their usual routines, it can be challenging to find activities to keep them busy and out of trouble. There are day camps and overnight camps, but chances are they’ll still be spending more time around the home. Luckily, there are many Bozzuto properties with entertaining and… (Continue reading)

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Bozzuto’s Apartment Community of the Day: Flats On D

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These D.C. Apartments Have It All – Convenience, Luxury, and An Upscale Lifestyle

July 7, 2014
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Bozzuto Living, Washington DC

There isn’t anything more convenient than being right where it’s all happening. Washington, D.C. is a city growing exponentially, and with all of this accessibility it’s important to know exactly what you’re looking for. If you’ve been searching for an amazing new apartment in or near our nation’s capital that’s close to the Metro, grocery… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto’s Apartment Community of the Day: Halstead White Plains Metro North Apartments

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Hanging Apartment wall art

Creative Ways & Resources for Hanging Wall Art in Your Apartment

July 3, 2014
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Living in an apartment can be hard sometimes when it comes to being able to paint or put holes in the walls. Luckily there are many creative ways in which you can use art that does not require you to hammer into the wall! Whether you have an existing collection of paintings and photographs or… (Continue reading)

Bozzuto’s Apartment Community of the Day: Monroe Street Market

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How (and Where) to Order a Cheesesteak in Philly

The notorious Philly cheesesteak is a staple of Philadelphia tradition, all the way down to the roll. Since its first appearance in the early 20th century, a lot has changed and this classic is now available in a wide variety of locations and variations. For the ultimate Philadelphia eating experience, knowing where and how to… (Continue reading)

Atmark Cambridge - Cambridge Skyline

Discover Restaurants, Nightlife and the Great Outdoors in Cambridge, MA

July 1, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Massachusetts

Talking about Cambridge tends to conjure images of ivy-covered academic buildings flanked by towering trees dropping brilliantly colored leaves. While the city is home to some of the world’s foremost academic institutions (Harvard University and M.I.T.), it’s also home to hip restaurants, cultural institutions and pristine outdoor spaces – all located near plenty of upscale… (Continue reading)

Nationals Stadium

The Best Ways to Enjoy Summer Baseball in Washington, D.C.

June 30, 2014
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Featured, Washington DC

Summertime means baseball is all over Washington, D.C.—just walking around the city means you’ll see a ton of red shirts, hats and jerseys. And if you haven’t been to a Washington Nationals game yet, you’re really missing out. The stadium is beautiful and in an area of the city that’s undergoing a pretty major transformation…. (Continue reading)

What Celebrities are from Pennsylvania? Pink!

What Celebrities Are From Pennsylvania?

June 26, 2014
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Bozzuto Guest Blog, Pennsylvania

We’re not sure what it is about Pennsylvania that brings out the funny in people, pulls out those hard-to-reach high notes, or inspires them to breathe life into cinematic productions. Whatever it is, we’re certainly proud to be part of it and as a resident of the Keystone State, you should know that you’re part… (Continue reading)

Boston Brew Tours

Fun Summer Activities: Boston Brew Tours

June 25, 2014
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Boston, Massachusetts

If you’re looking for a unique summertime activity getting quite the buzz (pun absolutely intended), you’ve got to take a look at what Boston Brew Tours has to offer. Instead of the traditional brewery tour, Boston Brew Tours whirls its customers around the city to visit multiple breweries on the very same day. Brewery tours… (Continue reading)

Towson Green Allegheny

Maryland Is the New Black

June 23, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes, Maryland

Modern Maryland remains less developed than the Washington, D.C. and metro Virginia regions, which is an attractive perk for many current and would-be residents. This combined with the wealth of amenities and high quality of living this state offers has made it an up-and-coming area. As a result, it is now one of the most… (Continue reading)

The Rodin Museum | Photo by Cynthia Griffith

Discover The Best Museums In Philly

The gift of knowledge is an incomparable treasure that allows us to excel throughout our lives. The ways in which we obtain that knowledge has a lot to do with how much of it is actually retained, regardless to the age of those it is bestowed upon. One of the most adventurous ways to learn… (Continue reading)


Your 460 New York Avenue Blog Recap!

August 1, 2014
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Bozzuto Homes, Bozzuto Living, Bozzuto News, Featured

Construction is moving along very well at 460 New York Avenue with the first two stories already built, with another nine to go! To help keep everyone up to speed on the project as well as help point out the wonderful events, dining, activities and more that make the location so perfect, we post three… (Continue reading)

4 Easy Ways to Get Around Town and Stay Car Free in DC

The Washington, DC area is a vibrant and exciting place to live, but make no mistake about it – DC traffic can be an absolute nightmare. In fact, we’re second only to LA in terms of traffic congestion in the US – yikes! The good news is you can go car free in DC and… (Continue reading)

The Family Guide to Hershey Park

July 31, 2014
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Annapolis, Creekstone Village, Maryland

If your family has been thinking of doing a day trip to Hershey Park, go! My family and I just spent a fun-and thrill-filled day there, and I can say with full certainty that you will have a blast and be able to do everything in a day. Just be prepared for the kids to… (Continue reading)

M&T Bank Stadium in Annapolis, MD

Football Season Is Quickly Approaching For Ravens Fans in Maryland

NFL fans are already getting geared up for the upcoming football season by checking out all of the preseason activities that will kick off on August 3. For Maryland residents, there are plenty of opportunities to check out your beloved Baltimore Ravens during the preseason training camp and open practices that are taking place over… (Continue reading)


NoMa Summer Screen: Movies and Fun, Under the Stars Near The Ellington

July 30, 2014
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The Ellington

NoMa is thriving DC neighborhood near The Ellington, north of Massachusetts Avenue, east of Union Station, and four blocks from Capitol Hill. NoMa Summer Screen, ranked one of the “Top 10 Best Outdoor Movie Theatres in America” by Travel and Leisure Magazine, is a free 13-week outdoor film series that takes place every Wednesday evening,… (Continue reading)


Work in DC, Rosemary Ridge? Check Out Café Phillips

July 30, 2014
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Rosemary Ridge

We normally like to tell you about things close to home, Rosemary Ridge, but this one is for all you DC workers. We've discovered a lunch spot that you have to know about. Don't call Cafe Phillips a deli. They prefer to be known as a “fine-dining establishment in a fast-casual format.” Serving breakfast and… (Continue reading)


The Big MAZE: Get Lost Near The Fenestra

This summer, visitors to Washington DC’s National Building Museum are cordially invited to get lost in a newly-constructed maple plywood maze measuring a whopping 60 feet by 60 feet, with walls towering as high as 18 feet. Aptly named “The BIG Maze”, this truly amazing architectural feat is featured element of the National Building Museum’s… (Continue reading)


Gaithersburg Arts Barn: Get Creative Near Courts of Devon

July 30, 2014
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The Courts of Devon

Gaithersburg Arts Barn is one of the area's best showcases for local artists near The Courts of Devon. Appropriately located near Inspiration Lake, this scenic Kentlands location supports artists across the spectrum. The former stable houses four artists in residences, where your neighbors are hard at work on new masterpieces year-round. The gallery shows museum-quality… (Continue reading)

5 Restaurants Near Odenton That Are Worth the Trip

If you’re new to the Odenton area or Anne Arundel County, you may not have lived here long enough to hear the buzz on the best restaurants in the area. No worries – we’ve done the work for you and made a list of some of the local favorites in nearby towns. When you’re ready… (Continue reading)