Great urban neighborhoods in alphabetical order.  Suggestions and better photos welcome.  Photos should show primarily 2-4 story buildings, residential and commercial uses, mix of incomes, and pedestrians.

Baltimore > Mount Vernon

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Boston > North End

Boston North End

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Cartagena

Cartagena

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New Orleans > French Quarter

New Orleans French Quarter

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New York > Harlem

New York Harlem

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New York > West Village

New York West Village

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Philadelphia > Graduate Hospital

Philadelphia Graduate Hospital

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San Juan

San Juan

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Savannah

Savannah

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Washington > Georgetown

Washington Georgetown

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2 Responses to “Great ‘Hoods”


  1. 1 Martha Dorff January 30, 2014 at 11:59 am

    Hi Andrew,
    I like what you are doing. Congratulation. Martha Dorff

  2. 2 townhousecenter January 30, 2014 at 12:02 pm

    thanks Martha! how are you doing? what is the latest news from OTR? any new exemplary developments or re-developments?


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