Washington, D.C., currently has 131 neighborhoods defined by the D.C. Office of Planning. The list of neighborhoods is found at: http://citizenatlas.dc.gov/atlasapps/reportsearch.aspx?category=13&CatTrail=1,13&
National Park Service description of architecture and history.
Middle-class residences, churches and small apartment buildings in a variety of Victorian architectural styles dating from the 1860s to the 1890s.
Provides general information and maps of all of Washington, DC's neighborhoods. Part of the District of Columbia's official online geographic information system.
Map shows the location of DC neighborhoods. From the Washington Post.
Provides information and facts about the street's repair and reopening.
Includes buildings fronting on Massachusetts Avenue from 17th St., NW to Observatory Circle. Features a history and a listing of properties of historical significance.
Demographic maps and statistical data broken down by neighborhood, ward, ZIP code, ANC district, PSA district, or census tract. Resource Center links to other online information on DC's population. Non-profit partnership of the Urban Institute and the Washington DC Local Initiatives Support Corporation.
Blog featuring community news and events for neighborhoods along the 42 bus route.
Describes street life in stretch of H Street in NE Washington, DC that's known as the Atlas District. Includes restaurant listing.
Guide to historic districts and landmarks. Clickable maps lead to descriptions, photos and practical information (location, public access, hours, nearby Metro stops) National Park Service site.
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia on the informal Embassy Row neighborhood in NW Washington, DC.
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia.
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia on the Sursum Corda Cooperative neighborhood in NW Washington, DC.
Mailing list for residents of Washington DC's Burville neighborhood, located east of the Anacostia River.
Discussion group about neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River in Washington, DC. Yahoo! Groups registration required.
Discussion group for residents to the Forest Hills neighborhood in upper northwest Washington, DC. Yahoo! Groups membership required.
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