Where We Live neighborhoods
In a Bethesda neighborhood that began as a streetcar suburb, the traffic is a reminder of the current century.
A lab for urban renewal
in the 1960s will be the site
of the massive Wharf project.
Residents say few are eager to leave the neighborhood tucked south of the Pentagon and west of the airport.
In Accokeek, Md., across the Potomac from Mount Vernon, there’s lots of room to breathe.
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