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Amazon Will Bring A Ton Of Cash and Opportunities To North Bethesda

Amazon HQ2 and Maryland Real Estate

Amazon has officially narrowed it's 2nd headquarters down to 20 locations. But let's be optimistic. Let's think forward about just how big this Amazon move to the White Flint location, or another location in DC or Northern Virginia.

Since I live and breathe in the White Flint (North Bethesda area), I'm going to be even more optimistic that this will be Amazon's choice. Why not right? 

No matter the location, you can easily transfer the affect on your local area. And the reason I'm going to be optimistic that Amazon will choose a DC, Maryland, or Virginia location is simple. Washington DC is the center of the world. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos recently bought a massive property

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Grand Opening of the DC Wharf

The new DC Wharf is here. Phase II is coming soon, but the first phase is open for business. And it's amazing. Well worth the wait. If you never knew the old Wharf, you're going to love this place. If you knew the old Wharf, you're going to love this place.

From top chef restaurants, boutique stores, world class condos and hotels, perhaps the best music venue in the country (The Anthem), and massive piers for special events, concerts, and even roasting marshmallows, the new Wharf delivers big time!

So much to talk about with the District Wharf.

Let's start with The Anthem. The Foo Fighters opened this waterfront music venue up to 5,000 pumped up fans. This was after a dress rehearsal the night before for

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Exciting Eckington in North East!
Bordered by Rhode Island Ave to the North, North Capitol St NW to the West, Florida Ave to the South and the Brentwood Metro Yard to the East you will find yourself in one of Washington Dc’s oldest neighborhoods, Eckington. Not to be confused with Bloomingdale, Eckington is a relatively quiet neighborhood in DC that was named after the village in which Joseph Gale Jr, the mayor in Washington DC from 1827 to 1830, was born.

Mr. Gale purchased a tract of land in what is now Eckington and built an estate on the land; later on in 1887 George Truesdell bought Eckington and began to develop the land into square blocks similar to what L’Enfant Plaza has planned. While Truesdell had ownership of Eckington he established a

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Bounded by Florida Ave to the south, West Virginia Ave to the West, Bladensburg Rd NE to the East and MT. Olive Rd NE to the North you will find yourself in Trinidad, no not the island, but the area in Northeast  Washington DC named after James Berry, a 19th century speculator.

Trinidad DC is considered one of the new up and coming area’s in Northeast Washington DC due to the fact that some people are priced out of H St which is a short distance from Trinidad. Like some places in Washington DC Trinidad is not without its stained pass however in the last couple of years Trinidad has seen a drastic change in the community. The area has become a magnet for young professionals looking to have nightlife close but not as close as it would in other places

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From 9th Street to the east to 18th Street to the west and Florida Ave to the north you will find one of the hottest and hippest areas of the nation’s capital, the U Street Corridor.

Revitalized and vibrant U St corridor home to some of the most recognizable DC land marks as well as new modern condo’s and updated rows homes. U Street has for a very long time been at the center of the Washington DC music scene. The Lincoln Theatre, Howard Theatre, Bohemian Caverns, just to name a few places are at the epicenter. The 9:30 Club, the Black Cat, DC9, U Street Music Hall, and the Velvet Lounge are all musical venues located within the corridor. U st. not only features fantastic musical venues, it’s also home to some of the trendiest restaurants in Washington

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