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Truth be told, these neighborhoods are so different that they shouldn’t actually be grouped together. For once, there are significant price differences between them (on a gliding scale between Georgetown in the West to the Logan are a couple of miles further toward the East). Then again, they have some things in common as well, mainly a reputation as established in-town neighborhoods with a–by Washington standards–denser population and the best of urban amenities such as shopping, restaurants, night life, parks and public transportation. Or, to say it in the terms of the internet age, they have very high Walkscores.
We will post 2011/2012 price ranges for these neighborhoods in the near future, so make sure to come back.
or now, enjoy this very brief PBS video on the history of Dupont circle: