Washington City Paper Best Of DC 2017: Thank You To Our Readers For Nominating Us!
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Every year, Washington City Paper takes a reader poll to determine the “Best of DC”. Categories include everything from best Best Bartender and Best Cupcake to Best Chiropractor and Best Recording Studio. This year, our Apartminty readers voted the Apartminty Blog as one of the Best Lifestyle Blogs in DC. To say we’re honored to be named amongst the likes of PoPville and Brightest Young Things would be a major understatement. Both are resources that we truly respect and love reading ourselves.
Over the past couple of years, our little 2 person team has published nearly 500 blog posts on topics ranging from the best apartment fitness centers in DC and the best apartment deals of the day to DC neighborhood guides, apartment decor inspiration, and packing and moving tips. Our weekly emails reach thousands of renters in the DMV area, providing the inside scoop on the best available DC apartments, what’s happening in DC that weekend and more.
Renters across the DC area rely on us to help them find their perfect apartment on Apartminty.com – we’ve sent 1500 apartment matches so far this year and look forward to playing matchmaker for many more of you throughout the year.
Thanks again to our readers for following along and sharing our content with your friends, family, and social media followers. Making your lives easier is what we set out to do when we started this experiment 3 years ago. We look forward to continuing to serve you!
So tell us in the comments – what would you like to see more of on the Apartminty blog this year?
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