Claudia Rauch

Claudia, a Hill native, is a marketing and social media professional whose passion for food and love for D.C. got her started on her first blog, brunchandthecity.com. Claudia is the Marketing Director for Fulcrum Properties Group, and serves on the board of CHAMPS, Capitol Hill’s Chamber of Commerce. You can contact Claudia at Claudia[at]thehillishome.com

Claudia Rauch
21 Nov 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

Sushi Hachi Sneakily Opened on Barracks Row, Serving Fish Flown in Each Morning (Washington City Paper) Tuesday Tidbits: Short and Sweet (JDLand) Atlas District Eats Up Bar Elena’s Alternative Vibe (Eater DC) 15 Washington, D.C.-themed gifts actually worth buying (Curbed DC) All Aboard, CAVA fans: The Union Station location opens tomorrow (Washington City Paper)


15 Nov 2017

Home:

Time To Order Your Visitor Parking Passes Online

The Visitor Parking Permit: It’s a coveted commodity when you have a friend over for dinner, a babysitter who isn’t local, or just about any visitor who needed to get to you by car and planned to stay for longer than two hours. Instead of automatically mailing the parking permits, the city is now asking […]


14 Nov 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

DC on Track to Pay for Portion of the Parking at Union Market (Urban Turf) Charles Allen responds to critics of publicly-subsidized parking at Union Market (Greater Greater Washington) 1433 H Street NE (Former Home of the Argonaut) for Lease (Frozen Tropics) This new vision for H Street’s eastern end would add housing and public space (Greater Greater Washington) […]


10 Nov 2017

Development:

New Retail Tenants Announced for Hine Project

We’re still waiting on news about when C Street between 7th and 8th will officially open, but in the meantime, Stanton Development and EastBanc, Inc. have announced two new tenants for the Hine School Redevelopment: STEM Preschool and Nailsalon. The full press release is below. Washington, DC – Stanton Development and EastBanc, Inc. announced today two new tenants in […]


07 Nov 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

D.C. Didn’t Share Its Plans for Amazon HQ2 With Potential Neighbors, Angering Some (Washington City Paper) After dog dies in boarding facility, woman demands action (WUSA9) Virginia Avenue Restoration Schedule and Designs (JDLand) AtlasVet is Expanding (Frozen Tropics) Planned Poplar Point redevelopment increases retail, pedestrian-friendliness (Curbed) This U.S. senator just bought a Capitol Hill home, with plans to rent it […]


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