Glover Park is a neighborhood located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, DC located along the Wisconsin Avenue Corridor about 1/2 mile north of Georgetown. The neighborhood draws its name from Charles Carroll Glover, an influential late 19th and early 20th century banker who spearheaded the development of Rock Creek Park.
Glover Park features a vibrant commercial corridor with many fine restaurants, a Whole Foods Market, Washington Sports Club and a variety of neighborhood merchants. Housing options in Glover Park include condominiums along Wisconsin Avenue and row houses along the neighborhoods tree-lined side streets.
The boundaries of Glover Park are Glover-Archbold Park to the west, Fulton Street to the north, Wisconsin Avenue and the Naval Observatory to the east and Whitehaven Parkway to the south.
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