Where We Live neighborhoods
The neighorhood in Northwest Washington, D.C., is often confused with nearby Columbia Heights.
The houses were made to fit the surrounding landscape, not vice versa.
The Arlington area hopes for energy from activities such as outdoor wine festivals.
The D.C. neighborhood is home to George Washington University, the Watergate and the Kennedy Center.
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