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Trading cryptocurrencies using technical analysis

Most investors who are entering this highly lucrative cryptocurrency market have a very simple and straightforward plan. It is to buy the cryptocurrency and hold it and then sell it after they make a profit. That sounds pretty simple but this is not really the whole truth.   Read the Crypto CFD Trader review to […]

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NoMa Secures Second Public Park Parcel for $14 million

Thanks to the recent $14 million acquisition of a two-acre parcel from Pepco, the NoMa Parks Foundation adds a second public park space to the dense urban neighborhood. The parcel is located on a lot bounded by Harry Thomas Way NE, the Metropolitan Branch Trail and New York Avenue NE. Already the park foundation is referring to the site as […]

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Hill East Poised for New Construction

Much of the work to transform Hill East into a denser neighborhood is happening behind the scenes. Developers are furiously working to refine plans and begin construction on hundreds of new residential units. So, when are you going to start working for your financial development, which is needed for your secured financial future? If you […]

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Final 8th and O Residential Project Under Construction

Rendering City Market at O. Image by Shalom Baranes. The final residential portion of Shaw’s City Market at O development is now under construction at 880 P St. The 142-unit market rate apartment building developed by Roadside Development, LLC, final of four residential buildings in addition to a Cambria Suites Hotel and Giant Food. Owning […]

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Buchanan School Demolition to Begin by Early 2016

Buchanan School summer 2015. Demolition of the two northern structures on the former Buchanan School (International School) in Hill East could begin as soon as mid-December and definitely by early 2016, the project team told community members at a meeting Monday. The new development by Insight Development with designs by SK+I Architecture will bring 32 proposed […]

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Georgetown Arts, Tech and Media Center Preferred by ANC for Franklin School

Franklin School. Photo by Flickr user NCinDC here. A proposal for a new Georgetown University arts, media and technology center is the latest “winner” in the ongoing redevelopment saga of the historic Franklin School in downtown DC. The Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) unanimously supported the GU development program over three others presented during a special meeting earlier this week. This is […]

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38-Unit Logan Apartment Building Opens on Former Cab Lot

A former Diamond Cab lot near Logan Circle has been transformed into the HOLM: a 38-unit apartment building with what is being billed as a “highly anticipated” restaurant on the ground floor. Developer CAS Riegler announced completion of the Hickok Cole-designed project located at 1550 11th St. NW this week. HOLM boasts outdoor space for most of the units,  an open roof deck and catering kitchen for […]

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Bitcoins As A Regular Source Of Income

There are many people around us who try really hard to make ends meet by doing some part time jobs, switching from one temporary job to another or by engaging in some other form of menial works. However, being rewarded in Bitcoins is one of the ways where such people can find a regular source […]

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Tipping & Bitcoins  

Who doesn’t tip others for a good service and who doesn’t like being tipped for extending a great service? Tipping has been common now and in many places, tipping is added to the service charge. Tipping in the form of currency is an alternative to say “Thank You” to the person who has helped you. […]

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Development Means Positive Attention for the Anacostia Riverfront

Marinas with several hundred boat slips, docks with access for paddlers, and several miles of boardwalk promenades will increasingly spot the Anacostia River in the coming years, bringing with them a renewed vigor for the waterfront as thousands gravitate toward DC’s eastern river. Even with the recently announced year-end closure of the Buzzard Point Marina, the […]

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