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Living In Brookland

This Northeast neighborhood named “Little Rome” is home to beautiful streets that make you feel like you’ve been taken back in time. Brookland is home  Close to Catholic University and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception – the largest Roman Catholic Church in North America.

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Dining and More

The Brookland neighborhood is a thriving dining scene that you can’t miss! Try the From wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas and other Naples-inspired dishes at Menomale. Not in the mood for Italian?  Head over to Smith Public Trust for al fresco dining and an eclectic menu to appease the pickiest of eaters.

Get Lost In The Art

 Walk around and take in all of the galleries and public art housed in Brookland and experience the culture of the community. Joining in the Arts Walk at the Monroe Street Market is a great place to start. If performance art is more appealing, stop by The Dance Place, where you can find performances of all kinds. From contemporary to Latin-dance, you’ll find something for everyone.

Getting Around

The Brookland-CUA metro station is centrally located in the area
17 bus stops located in the neighborhood make it easy to commute
Close to I-29

By Metro

By Car

  • Ronald Regan Airport
  • Union Stationl
  • Capital One Arena
  • The Capitol
  • Ronald Regan Airport
  • Union Station
  • Capital One Arena
  • The Capitol

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