35th Annual Logan Circle Holiday House Tour: Join us for a tour of traditional and contemporary homes in our neighborhood and our ever-popular Wassail reception. With everything from elegant row houses to uber-contemporary penthouses — from converted stables to one of the most beautiful interior design houses in the District — from quiet alley dwellings to condos overlooking the vibrant cityscape of 14th Street —it’s shaping up to be a phenomenal event!Read More
Zoo Lights: Fantastic, Wild and Free! Enjoy more than 500,000 environmentally-friendly LED lights transform the National Zoo into a winter wonderland. Lit animal silhouettes, musical light displays, and a garden scene light sculpture make for truly magical sights! Now through January 1st (Closed 12/24, 12/25, & 12/31).Read More
Ride with Uber and be merry, it’s on us! Take $20 off your first ride (excludes taxi) when you use the code: UIPMERRY. First time users only.
Happy Holidays from the UIP Companies.
Be the envy of your friends. The newly renovated 1841 Columbia Road is the epitome of modern living in a historic city. This property boasts innovative green technologies including a new energy efficient water sourced heat pump heating & cooling system and a beautiful, 3,000 sq foot green roof. Combining historical charm with modern day conveniences, 1841 Columbia Road places you within walking distance of Adams Morgan and the Woodley Park Metro Station.
Be green, be cool, be at home, be 1841. Studio, 1 Bedroom, and 2 Bedroom apartment homes will be available.
Click here for more information on features, amenities, and everything 1841.
Anne Frank House has been helping the area’s homeless since 1987, providing permanent housing and support. It owns six condominiums and rents five apartments and works in conjunction with other social service agencies, including Friendship Place and Aim Hire, a job placement program, to better the lives of the less fortunate.
Thanks to Anne Frank House, the homeless are given their security deposit and up to three months rent.
Urban Investment Partners is committed to fighting homelessness in the Nations capitol. As neighborhoods thrive, the local economy grows ultimately the city and its residents reap the benefits. One of the founding principals, Steve Schwat, serves on the board of the Anne Frank House, promoting UIP’s goal of transforming Washington, DC, into a vibrant, desirable, and economically strong residential community.
UIP is rolling out a brand new program for current residents who are interested in taking the leap from renter to home owner. UIPPM residents can apply 100% of their rent toward the purchase of a UIP condominium, up to 5% of the total sales price.