Or better yet, “neighborhoods you’ll never live in,” this interesting little map I found on Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space is a very telling.
Note how the high-dollar folks are concentrated along the Potomac River, elevating it more than say Connecticut Avenue or Route 66, as the wealth artery through our fair city.
My only question is why the big pink patch below Route 66, seemingly in the middle of nowhere.
What might that be, and why?
This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs