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Chevy Chase/ Friendship Heights

Chevy Chase/ Friendship Heights Both high-end consumers and bargain hunters alike delight in the Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights shopping experience. Conveniently accessible by transit, this regional transportation hub directly connects visitors to numerous stores and points of interest including MazzaGallerie and Chevy Chase Pavilion. The neighborhood offers national, regional and localaaa

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Union Market

Union Market Savor the diversity and possibility of the historic Union Market district. Here, a wide variety of multicultural and socio-economic groups converge in the spirit of creativity, entrepreneurship and love of food. Union Market is quickly returning to its roots as a powerful economic engine and culinary destination, andaaa

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Glover Park

Glover Park The area is host to a highly desirable mix of families, single professionals and students within walking distance of one of DC’s most resilient and stable neighborhood-oriented commercial districts. Housing in Glover Park is a mix of apartment buildings and porch-front rowhouses built in the 1920s and 1930s.aaa

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Cleveland Park

Cleveland Park People from around the region are attracted to Cleveland Park for its historic movie house, a visit to the National Zoo or dinner in one of several unique, dining establishments along Connecticut Avenue. Cleveland Park’s location is ideal for businesses and professionals seeking a touch of tranquility.The neighborhoodaaa

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14th Street/ U Street Corridor

14th Street/ U Street Corridor Named one of the American Planning Association’s Great Places in America, this neighborhood is at the center of DC’s renaissance. The commercial vitality is centered along the 14th & U Street corridors where professionals come to visit to experience some of the best mix ofaaa

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Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant Multicultural and multilingual, Mount Pleasant is one of DC’s most eclectic neighborhoods. Its main neighborhood-serving corridor, Mount Pleasant Street, is the international flair and vibrancy of this community. With high-density housing close to DC’s largest park, Rock Creek Park, a retail shopping corridor and easy access to downtown,aaa

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Shaw

Shaw Shaw is experiencing an urban renaissance of unprecedented proportions thanks to its proximity to the downtown core, excellent transportation access and lively cultural and entertainment venues. Residents enjoy the ever-increasing dining and retail commercial conveniences, while local and national retailers like the rapidly increasing demographics. Once home to jazzaaa

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Bloomingdale

Bloomingdale Located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., Bloomingdale is less than two miles north of the United States Capitol building. It is primarily a residential neighborhood, with a small commercial center near the intersection of Rhode Island Ave and 1st Street NW, featuring bars, restaurants, and food markets.aaa

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LeDroit Park

LeDroit Park As one of the first suburbs of Washington, LeDroit Park was developed and marketed as a “romantic” neighborhood with narrow tree-lined streets that bore the same names as the trees that shaded them, differing from the street names used in the rest of the city. One of LeDroit’saaa

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NoMa

NoMa A thriving live-work neighborhood, NoMa is located at the center of Shaw, H Street, Capitol Hill and Eckington. With an average of more than 111,000 pedestrians, 54,000 office workers and 11 new apartment buildings, NoMa is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in DC. After much planning for the areaaaa

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