Deanwood is an historically Black, middle class neighborhood with a strong legacy of local leadership. It’s proud history includes the Nannie Helen Burroughs School, Strand Theater, and many homes and buildings designed by local, black architects. It’s low density gives it a suburban feel though proximity to Metro has attracted recent real estate development. Cultural Tourism DC’s A Self-Reliant People: Greater Deanwood Heritage Trail serves as Imby Community’s guide post to define the larger set of neighborhoods in and around Deanwood.

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Engage: tell us about your neighborhood

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  • The best and worst development trends in D.C. are:

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  • These are the best small businesses in Deanwood:

Projects: stay updated on progress

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1100 Eastern Avenue NE

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Deanwood Metrorail Station Development

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Deanwood Town Center

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Lincoln Heights - Richardson Dwellings

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Parkside

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Providence Place

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River Terrace

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The Residences at Hayes

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The Strand Theatre & Residences

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Information: get a broader picture of neighborhood changes

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Transformative Deanwood development

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Residences at Hayes Opening This Summer

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In Deanwood, over 180 new residential units, retail planned

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