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Sorry to keep piggy backing, but its not as if downtown DC has a great legacy of being a happening place outside of work hours either. It's changing but so is Rosslyn but Downtown DC also has the Verizon Center and access to the mall/museums.

If you want to compare other neighborhoods you could move uphill to Clarendon, which despite it's derision as being cookie cutter is pretty tall (compared to DC) and is always busy, as busy as any of the celebrated neighborhoods in DC.

by drumz on Nov 8, 2012 12:37 pm • linkreport

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