Where We Live neighborhoods
The Prince George’s city has a reputation as a creative haven, and now it’s seeing redevelopment.
A neighborhood largely white that became largely black is now becoming more diverse.
On wooded land once part of Mount Vernon, mid-century houses and water access are draws.
Just outside the Beltway in Silver Spring, Md., suburbia intersects with bustle.
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