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With its distinct community identity, Glover Park offers the appeal of a residential neighborhood with all the convenience of urban living. The area is a highly desirable mix of families, single professionals and students within walking distance of one of the District’s most resilient and stable neighborhood-oriented commercial districts. The main feature of the Glover Park community is a highly successful and distinctive retail corridor which offers residents shopping opportunities such as grocery stores like Whole Foods and Safeway, a CVS pharmacy and a Starbucks coffee shop, two gyms and several restaurants. Recent additions to the neighborhood include Chipotle, Sweetgreen, Sprig & Sprout and Slate Wine Bar & Bistro. In the past several years, the District has completed implementation of the recommendations from a Commercial District Analysis and a Transportation Study for the area aimed at making it an even more commercially competitive and attractive neighborhood core. The District has invested more than $15 million in capital improvements ranging from streetscape enhancements to upgrading the local park and recreation center, plus additional parking and traffic circulation improvements in order to bolster local retail. Located on Wisconsin Avenue, a key commuter corridor, Glover Park’s commercial area is surrounded by well-established neighborhoods including Glover Park, Massachusetts Avenue Heights and Tunlaw. – See more at: http://www.wdcep.com/dc-profile/neighborhoods/glover-park/#sthash.3ygepr5Y.dpuf
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The following information is gathered in part from the Washington, DC Economic Partnership
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