Tuesday, November 14, 2006

one stop shopping?

i dunno, maybe someday. Here is a site that aspires to bring you all the info you want about neighborhoos around the city, country.. someday the world.

check it out:
http://outside.in/Washington

here is a list of the dc neighborhoods its got going:
Eastland Gardens, Kenilworth, Marshall Heights, River Terrace, Kingman Park, Fort Davis Park, Twining, Lincoln Heights, Greenway, Grant Park, Mayfair, Colonial Village, Shepherd Park, Brightwood, Lamond Riggs, Manor Park, North Michigan Park, Queens Chapel, Pleasant Hills, Brightwood Park, Crestwood, Fort Totten, Park View, Petworth, Arboretum, Ivy City, Trinidad, Bloomingdale, Truxton Circle, Capitol Hill, Stanton Park, Navy Yard, Lincoln Park, Columbia Heights, Pleasant Plains, Mount Pleasant, Le Droit Park, Barnaby Woods, Hawthorne, Friendship Heights, Chevy Chase, Fairfax Village, Fairlawn, Naylor Gardens, Penn Branch, Randle Highlands, Barry Farm, Garfield Heights, Knox Hill, Woodland, Congress Heights, Douglass, Hillcrest, Shaw, Logan Circle, Howard University, Mount Vernon Square, Chinatown DC, barney circle, Sheridan Kalorama, Adams Morgan, ReedCooke, Dupont Circle, Woodley Park, Glover Park, Cleveland Park, North Cleveland Park, Forest Hills, The Palisades, Penn Quarter, West End, Foggy Bottom, American University Park, McLean Gardens, Spring Valley, Tenleytown, Cathedral Heights, Wesley Heights, Georgetown, Washington Highland

2 comments:

  1. Whoa! So many district neighborhoods! There are so many to memorize. And a lot of them are set up where you don't know where one ends and another begins.

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  2. yeah.. i think dc gov recognizes about 120 different neighborhoods.

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