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Foxhall

Foxhall Foxhall is anquiet and charming neighborhoood bordered by Reservoir Road on the north side and Foxhall Road on the west and south sides. Glover-Archbold Park makes up the eastern border. The first homes were constructed along Reservoir Road and Greenwich Park Way in the mid-1920s.Foxhall is mostly residential. Architecturallyaaa

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Logan Circle

Logan Circle Logan Circle is a traffic circle, neighborhood, and historic district in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. It is the only major circle downtown that remains entirely residential. The primarily residential neighborhood includes two historic districts, properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and sites designatedaaa

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H Street

H Street H Street, NE has steadily returned to rank as one of the DC’s most productive and innovative neighborhood commercial districts. A hip arts scene inclusive of quirky bars, eclectic restaurants, art galleries, and regional music destinations–most locally owned–continue to lead the way in the corridor’s renaissance. Anchored byaaa

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Georgetown

Georgetown Internationally known as a bustling urban retail mecca, a dining and entertainment center, and a cultural destination, Georgetown’s business district flourishes seven days a week, during the day and into the night. The historic and charming neighborhood’s diverse mix of residents, students, office workers, city-goers, suburbanites and tourists makesaaa

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The West End/ Foggy Bottom

The West End/ Foggy Bottom Foggy Bottom has the perfect confluence of 19th century historic architecture, iconic mid-century modern buildings, institutional campuses and contemporary mixed-use projects to achieve a perfectly balanced powerhouse community. Furthermore, with a sense of prestige, this neighborhood attracts world diplomatic leadership visiting the State Department’s headquarters.aaa

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Kalorama

Kalorama Kalorama is a neighborhood full of historically interesting architecture, diplomats and more. In such close proximity to Dupont Circle, U Street and Adams Morgan, it’s amusing to think that the area was once considered rural. For those with means, life in Kalorama means suburban-feeling quiet, urban amenities and mostaaa

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Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle Dupont Circle is one of DC’s most diverse and celebrated neighborhoods with boutique shops and cozy restaurants. The area boasts extremely walkable blocks with easy access to housing, offices, and the Metro. Dupont Circle features more than 150 restaurants, 100 shops and countless services that range from localaaa

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Columbia Heights

Columbia Heights Alive with activity, Columbia Heights is one of DC’s most diverse and urban neighborhoods. The catalysts fueling this vibrant transformation includes the development of several major retailers, a revived arts scene and exciting new residential projects.In 1999, the city announced a revitalization initiative for the neighborhood focused aroundaaa

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Capitol Riverfront

Capitol Riverfront DC’s businesses and residents are shaping a new community in one of the largest riverfront redevelopment districts in the United States. Located just five blocks south of the U.S. Capitol, the Capitol Riverfront offers a waterfront setting with a distinct maritime heritage, multi-modal accessibility, nationally-recognized parks, and vibrantaaa

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Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill Brimming with community spirit, Capitol Hill residents are passionate about everything their neighborhood has to offer: charming architecture, quaint shops, superb eateries and friendly cafes. The urbane blend of highly educated locals, Washington power players and young, energetic professionals creates an electric vitality attracting new residents and businessesaaa

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