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Great points all.

I would say the neighborhood looks fairly improved since 2009, but that's beside the point and true for most areas of the city.

But what are ya'll using as the measurement for having "arrived" or whatever? Its got great transit (metro station can and will be improved tho), a current and soon coming sit down restaurant/bar, two art galleries, a soon to open theater, has several nearby grocery stores (the closing and opening of AWS is an improvement), office space, small creative shared workspaces for the techies beautiful homes (yes some vacant but not a huge amount) etc. How much more is necessary (it's not a huge neighborhood)?

I agree it's got its problems, but still. Where else in DC can you get amenities like that at such a low price? Thump, where in Maryland did you buy? Sounds great.

by H Street LL on Jan 23, 2013 1:36 pm • linkreport

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