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Sometimes the smallest things we can do for our neighborhoods can have the biggest impact.

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We’re Imby.

We believe every voice has value in their community but that’s not it’s not always easy or convenient to be heard.

You have the opportunity to help shape real estate development decisions in the places where you live.

We’re here to keep you informed, engaged, and provide ways to impact.

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  • Explore your neighborhoods and the real estate developments proposed, approved, and under construction in them.
  • Stay informed and read how others experience life in different parts of D.C.
  • Get more involved and use our platform to express your opinions and ideas and see how they stack up against your neighbor’s.
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Grimke School

428 new apartments with a ground floor Whole Foods. 30% of the units are committed affordable. Amenities include central courtyard, fitness center, rooftop pool, rooftop solar panels, rooftop community garden, and pedestrian skybridge.

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The Wren

The redevelopment of the 130 year-old Grimke School and new construction will include the African-American Civil War Museum, apartments, and a cultural center.

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The Ellis

118 new residential units, 30% will be committed affordable. 8,000 square feet of retail and adjacent small park for community use.

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The Ellis

118 new residential units, 30% will be committed affordable. 8,000 square feet of retail and adjacent small park for community use.

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Information

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Shaw12 Jan 2018 Bisnow

Shaw Mixed-Use Project Planned At DC's Oldest Bakery Gets Historic Approval

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Shaw12 Jan 2018 Citylab

Density's Next Frontier: The Suburbs

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Our Instagram

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26 Jan 2018

imbycommunity @CentrolinaDC is at the corner of 1st & 1st of Instagram-able DC - @CityCenterDC. I think for this reason....

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D.C. has a shortage of developable land. It also has plenty of alleys. What does one have to do with the others?

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D.C. has a shortage of developable land. It also has plenty of alleys. What does one have to do with the others?

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