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BaltRunFest2014

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)

Clifton Mill Christmas Lights

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

October 20, 2014
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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)

6 of the Best Crab Cakes in Baltimore

October 17, 2014
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Living in Baltimore means having access to museums, nightlife, restaurants, and professional sporting events year-round. In other words, there’s a lot to do in our beautiful city! Finding the perfect crab cake should definitely be on your Baltimore “bucket list,” as B-more is known for its delicious and bay-fresh crab cakes. Here are six local… (Continue reading)

5 D.C. Food Trucks You Have to Try

October 16, 2014
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Food Trucks have been all the rage for a while, but D.C.’s fleet of delicious diners-on-wheels has recently exploded, both in popularity and in numbers. Next time you’re in the city, keep your eyes peeled for these five popular food trucks in Washington, D.C. Read more. (Continue reading)

5 of Our Favorite D.C. Restaurants

Don’t you just love how Washington, D.C. is a foodie’s dream – and that it’s just a couple of miles from your Hyattsville apartment? D.C. offers a multitude of fabulous restaurants that could fill a book, but we want to share a few of our favorites in this little blog post. Treat your taste buds… (Continue reading)

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Walking Through The Bozzuto Home Buying Experience, Part 3 of 3: Post-Construction

October 7, 2014
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We have arrived at the final post in our three part series of what to expect during the Bozzuto Home Buying Experience! By now, you already know what to expect before construction on your new home begins, as well as what happens during the initial construction phase. Today, it’s time to take a look at what you should expect… (Continue reading)

Explore Exotic Reefs and Amazing Sea Animals at Baltimore’s National Aquarium

As the weather starts getting cooler, you’ll want to plan more indoor activities for you and your family. Baltimore’s National Aquarium is just 30 miles up the road, but its exhibits will transform you to an underwater world you’ve never seen before! Read more. (Continue reading)

Explore the U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court, and Library of Congress

If you live in the Washington, D.C. area, you simply have to experience some of the landmarks of our country, including touring the U.S. Capitol, the Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress. So many decisions are made, and so much history is held, within these walls; visiting these three buildings is a truly powerful… (Continue reading)

Visit Eastern Market in Washington, D.C.

If you’re looking for an adventure right near your Hyattsville apartment, look no further than Eastern Market in D.C. That’s right – exploring this historic market is an adventure for the eyes, taste buds, and even the mind as you explore unique art, international food, and an eclectic collection of goods from friendly vendors. Read… (Continue reading)

Economic Value of Walkability

The Economic Value of Walkability

October 1, 2014
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In recent decades, pedestrian-friendly urban planning elements have taken a back seat. As American cities shifted from distinct and human scale neighborhoods to sprawling and car reliant cities, developers and planners considered walkability a low value investment, favoring instead to build to car scale–but now the tides are turning. New urbanist Americans are flocking to walkable, pedestrian-friendly areas…. (Continue reading)