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The Verizon Center, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

The Verizon Center, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

Patrons shop along 7th Street NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

Patrons shop along 7th Street NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

Fresh made noodles at 6th and H Streets NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

Fresh made noodles at 6th and H Streets NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

An apartment complex at 6th and H Streets NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

An apartment complex at 6th and H Streets NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

6th and I Historic Synagogue, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

6th and I Historic Synagogue, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

The Calvary Baptist Church on H Street NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

The Calvary Baptist Church on H Street NW, Washington. Photo by Jeffrey Porter/For The Washington Post.

Avg Home Sold Price
$445,385

Last six months

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Avg Monthly Rent
$1,404

Based on 1Bd, 1 Bath

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Demographics

Population
1,821
Population Change Since 2000
--
Population Change Since 1990
--
Population Density
6,514
Median Annual Household Income
$50,506
Change in Avg Income Since 2000
--
Change in Avg Income Since 1990
--
Households with Children
6.0%
Avg Residents per Home
2.0
Median Age
42
Married
35%
Single
40%
Divorced
9%

Real Estate

Owner-Occupied Homes
20%
Renter-Occupied Homes
58%
Vacant Homes
22%
Median Years in Residence
2.0
Annual Residential Turnover
17%
Median Age of Homes (Years)
10

Transportation

Average Commute Time
15.5 min
Distance to Nearest Airport (Mile)
3.0
Drive/Carpool
29%
Public Transit
17%
Walk/Bike/Other
52%
Work at Home
2%

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Virginia man sentenced in $200K jewelry store robbery

A Virginia man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a robbery of a jewelry store in Frederick, Maryland, in which $200,000 worth of Rolex watches were stolen.

Advocates, critics of fracking turn out for hearing on bills

Dozens of supporters are showing up for a Senate hearing on legislation that would limit natural gas drilling in Maryland.

Sweet Briar College to close because of financial issues

Sweet Briar College to close because of financial issues

Sweet Briar College will shut down this summer because of financial issues.

Gunshots hit building at National Security Agency campus in Fort Meade

No injuries have been reported.

Army denies claims that Fort Detrick caused cancer deaths

The Army said Tuesday it has denied more than 100 claims seeking millions of dollars in compensation for cancer deaths and other illnesses allegedly caused by chemicals buried or tested decades ago at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland.

Teaching teenagers is hard enough, imagine doing it blind

Teaching teenagers is hard enough, imagine doing it blind

Kathy Nimmer, a finalist for National Teacher of the Year, doesn't let blindness stop her from doing what she loves.

Huge sinkhole opens up in Northeast D.C.

A water main broke, washing away the ground beneath the roadway until the pavement suddenly gave way.

Walters Art Museum raises $30 million for endowment

The Walters Art Museum has raised $30 million in its Sharing the Gift fundraising campaign.

Critics: Virginia ethics bill won't prevent another scandal

Critics of new ethics legislation passed by the Virginia General Assembly say it fails to solve the problem that spurred lawmakers to act in the first place: preventing a scandal like the one that engulfed former Gov. Bob McDonnell.

Caregiving in U.S. to be focus of new congressional caucus

Caregiving in U.S. to be focus of new congressional caucus

The formation of a new caucus comes as demographic changes in the United States create an older society.

PM Update: Areas of rain and freezing rain this evening; Warmer and wet Wednesday before Thursday winter storm

PM Update: Areas of rain and freezing rain this evening; Warmer and wet Wednesday before Thursday winter storm

Patchy iciness is possible north and east of downtown where a few slick spots could develop through 7 or 8 p.m. Much milder and showery on Wednesday.

Kelly Clarkson to headline summer season at Wolf Trap

Kelly Clarkson, Santana and Sheryl Crow are among the headliners planning to make stops this summer at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts.

D.C. area forecast: Spotty wintry mix this afternoon, then a mild, wet Wednesday; snow risk early Thursday

D.C. area forecast: Spotty wintry mix this afternoon, then a mild, wet Wednesday; snow risk early Thursday

Many areas are likely to see only spotty sleet and a little plain rain with just a little ice.

Significant snow event possible late Wednesday night into Thursday

Significant snow event possible late Wednesday night into Thursday

At least 5 inches of snow could accumulate, and visibility will be greatly reduced.

Smithsonian issues ban on using 'selfie sticks' in museums

Cameras and pictures are allowed, but selfie sticks are now banned at the Smithsonian museums.

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