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While DC is often defined by its famous wide avenues and streets like Pennsylvania, M and 14th, its the quiet residential side streets that provide the District its true soul. Nearly every DC neighborhood has a soulful side street including Church Street and Swann Street in Logan Circle, Tracy Place in Kalorama and Duddington Place and Walter Street on the Hill.  The Dupont Circle Neighborhood is home to several soulful side streets including Hillyer Place, Newport Place and Jefferson Place.

Jefferson Place runs just one block between that funky Connecticut Avenue/18th Street intersection and 19th Street.  Traffic runs one way from Connecticut/18th to 19th and street parking is allowed on both sides of the street.  There are plenty of places in close

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As we celebrate President's Day here in the District, it is time to take a look at how the District has chosen to honor some of our past presidents.  Looking past the monuments, DC has honored past presidents with by naming neighborhoods after them including Adams Morgan, Fort Lincoln, Garfield Heights, Lincoln Heights and Washington Highlands. 

Contrary to popular belief, Georgetown was not named after George Washington, but either King George II of England or its founders George Gordon and George Beall.

Over the years, DC developers have honored past presidents by naming condo projects after them.  Here are several DC condo developments that were named to honor one of our nations presidents:

  • Adams Alley
  • Adams Row
  • Adams Station
  • The
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Its tough to find a better located condo development  than Jefferson Row in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC.  Located on Jefferson Place between 18th  and 19th Streets, Jefferson Row is around the corner from the Palm Restaurant and a just two blocks to Dupont Circle.

Jefferson Row features an historic row house design with 23 condos that were completely renovated in 2006.  Finishes at Jefferson Row include chef kitchens with Viking and SubZero Appliances, designer grade cabinetry and counters.  Bathrooms were finished with travertine marble, high-end tubs and dual shower heads.  Jefferson Row amenities include an exercise room, elevator and common roof top terrace with gas grill and views of St. Mathews Cathedral.

Currently, one condo

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