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Neighborhood Profile

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Neighborhood Profile, from most recent to least.

Georgetown: Posh If a Little Passé

Georgetown: Posh If a Little Passé

Lillian Dickerson | August 21st 2015

For decades, Georgetown was the “it” neighborhood in DC. However, as areas to the east have grown in popularity, the tony neighborhood finds itself... read »

Burleith: DC’s 535 House Neighborhood

Burleith: DC’s 535 House Neighborhood

Shilpi Paul | June 1st 2012

Burleith doesn't have nearly the same name recognition as Georgetown or Glover Park, its neighbors to the south and north. But for people who have... read »

Kalorama: A Posh View From Embassy Row

Kalorama: A Posh View From Embassy Row

Shilpi Paul | May 11th 2012 | 5 Comments

The small neighborhood of Kalorama emerged during a period of rapid development in DC's history, and the architecture is a kind of time capsule that... read »

Forest Hills: Ambassadors and Adventurous Architecture

Forest Hills: Ambassadors and Adventurous Architecture

Shilpi Paul | March 9th 2012 | 1 Comment

While there are many traditional homes in Forest Hills, the residential upper northwest neighborhood is primarily known for its wilder architecture. ... read »

Woodridge: Big Houses, A Dusty Commercial Strip and Potential

Woodridge: Big Houses, A Dusty Commercial Strip and Potential

Shilpi Paul | February 17th 2012

The northeast DC neighborhood of Woodridge has a manifest destiny, brimming-with-potential feeling; it's not yet clear what the neighborhood will... read »

Bloomingdale: Where (Almost) Everyone Knows Your Name

Bloomingdale: Where (Almost) Everyone Knows Your Name

Shilpi Paul | December 9th 2011

It is no secret that within the past several years, Bloomingdale has seen its potential realized. But it is the neighborhood's limited options mean... read »

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