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WHERE WE LIVE | A D.C. tourism mainstay has a redeveloped waterfront to go with its old-world charm.
WHERE WE LIVE | Redeveloped neighborhood has a wealth of housing, restaurants, retailers — and a sense of community.
  • Jan 9
WHERE WE LIVE | The Md. enclave, just north of the D.C. line, is rich in history, foliage and neighborliness.
Affordability and access to public transit were factors in Redfin?s decision naming it one of the 10 hottest neighborhoods in the U.S. for home buyers in 2017.
  • Nov 27
WHERE WE LIVE | The community’s heart, downtown Old Ellicott City, has come back from catastrophic floods.
WHERE WE LIVE | Close-knit community on the Occoquan Reservoir teems with wildlife, recreation opportunities and varied housing choices.
  • Nov 14
WHERE WE LIVE | Majority-African-American neighborhood rebounded from hard times.
WHERE WE LIVE | Residents hope to keep its rural feel as new housing replaces Fannie Mae’s former headquarters.
Belmont Bay has a wide variety of housing options, plus boating, bird-watching and more.
  • Oct 25
WHERE WE LIVE | The historic downtown abounds with restaurants, bars, music and a vibrant urban park.
WHERE WE LIVE | Northwest neighborhood tries to keep its multicultural flavors amid rapid gentrification.
  • Oct 10
WHERE WE LIVE | Community bounded by the Potomac is rich in history, volunteerism, recreation and more.
WHERE WE LIVE | Forest Glen offers a bevy of benefits: a nearby Metro station, caring residents and lots of parks.
A Metro station, plenty of parks and neighborly neighbors make it a coveted community.
  • Sep 25
WHERE WE LIVE | Most of the Chinese American community left long ago, but it’s still a touchstone for many.
  • Sep 19
WHERE WE LIVE | Everybody’s taking their dogs or their babies for a stroll in a neighborhood not far from the Beltway.
  • Sep 11
WHERE WE LIVE | In an area where development is limited, abundant houses of worship earn one road the nickname of “Highway to Heaven.”
  • Sep 5
WHERE WE LIVE | The NW community has a small-town feel, varied housing and a rich history of activism.
New apartments, an older townhouse enclave and Tysons retail are luring young professionals.
WHERE WE LIVE | In Quaint Acres, the beauty that drew “Silent Spring” author Rachel Carson still attracts residents.
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