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Washington, D.C. - "A Capital City"

The real estate that comprises the capital of United States, Washington DC does not resemble most contemporary American cities. Unlike other large cities, skyscrapers do not dominate here. In 1910, Congress passed a height-restriction act to prevent federal monuments from being overshadowed by commercial construction. As a result, the eye can never wander too far from expanses of green.

As the capital, its main industry is, naturally, politics. The most famous sites are concentrated in the Washington DC real estate along the central mall, including the White House, individual memorials to four of the greatest presidents, and the superb museums of the Smithsonian Institution.

George Washington himself selected Washington DC real estate as the site of the capital, a diamond-shaped, 100-square-mile plot not far from his property at Mount Vernon. Pierre-Charles L'Enfant, a French engineer who fought in the Revolution, created the classic Washington DC real estate plan.

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Homes in Northwest
Northwest is the largest of Washington, D.C.’s quadrants. It is bounded by the National Mall and North Capitol Street. Northwest is conveniently accessible by all lines of Washington’s Metro system. The central business district bustles everyday with people coming to work and play.
 
Many of the well-known D.C. communities are located in Northwest, including Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Friendship Heights, and Georgetown. Thousands of students from all over the world come to study at the region’s renowned universities every year. American, Georgetown, and Howard Universities all have their main campuses in Northwest.
 
The nation’s most famous landmark, the White House sits on Pennsylvania Avenue which traverses the quadrant. Several of the Smithsonian museums, such as the American History Museum and the Natural History Museum, are located along the National Mall in Northwest.
 
This prestigious area attracts more than tourists. The people who call Northwest home enjoy diverse neighbors, modern conveniences, and sophisticated living.
 
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South of the National Mall and west of South Capitol Street, Southwest is the smallest quadrant in Washington, D.C. It is so small in fact that it is often simply referred to as Southwest Neighborhood. Even though it is small in size, Southwest still has a lot to offer.
 
Many of the Smithsonian museums, including the National Air and Space Museum and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, are located along the south side of the Mall. Tourists and residents alike enjoy the fresh food available at the Maine Avenue Fish Wharf, the only open-air seafood market in the District. The busy Metro station, L’Enfant Plaza, accommodates the many employees who work in the various federal buildings in the area. The Department of Transportation, the Department of Energy, and the House of Representatives are all located in Southwest.
 
Many residents refer to Southwest as the best kept secret in Washington. The neighborhood is full of history and continues to flourish today.
 
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Homes in Northeast
The Northeast quadrant of Washington, D.C. is located north of East Capitol Street and east of North Capitol Street. Politics run deep in Northeast, as most of Capitol Hill is located here. The quadrant is also home to Gallaudet University and The Catholic University of America.
 
The United States National Arboretum is a unique attraction in Northeast. A national grove of state trees, along with posh gardens and plush collections of flowers, covers over 400 acres of land. Scientists come here from all over the country to conduct research to help the florist and nursery industries grow.
 
The Northeast neighborhood of Brookland welcomes residents with tree-lined streets and well-preserved historic homes. Many small business are located along the popular 12th Street corridor, the neighborhood’s main street which was built along an old trolley line.

Northeast is a diverse community where residents, students, and visitors all feel welcome

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Southeast D.C.
The Southeast quadrant of Washington, D.C. is located south of East Capital Street and east of South Capital Street. Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals will continue to play in this part of town when they leave RFK Stadium for their new ballpark in 2008. The Smithsonian’s museum of African-American history and culture is also located in Southeast.
 
The Anacostia neighborhood is one of the oldest suburbs in Washington. The historic district features cottage style homes and brick row houses. The Navy Yard, also in Southeast, symbolizes the military history that has run deep here since the Civil War.
 
Southeast continues to grow as many new residents discover this established neighborhood. Eastern Market has been in continuous operation since 1873 and is a popular attraction. Many young professionals have begun to move to the area surrounding the market, and as a result, a number of new businesses and restaurants have opened in recent years.
 
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