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1209 Potomac St NW, Washington, DC 20007

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Eckington is a neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C., located south of the Prospect Hill Cemetery (Washington, D.C.)Prospect Hill and Glenwood Cemetery Washington, D.C. Glenwood Cemeteries. Eckington is located less than a miles (1.6 kilometers) east to Howard University and only one mile from the United States Capitol. Eckington is also location for the District of Columbia office of Sirius XM Radio. The land that became Eckington is the former country residence for Joseph Gales Jr. The proprietor of National Intelligencer and also the mayor of Washington between 1827 and 1830. Gales purchased his Northeast parcel in 1815 and then in 1830, built an two-story home at the top of the hill, approximately the point where Third and U Streets intersect today. Gales named his estate Eckington after the village in Derbyshire,

England in which he was born.In 1907, a bridge at 4th and T St. NE was built over the tracks to connect Eckington with the "Brentwood Washington, D.C. Brentwood neighborhood to the east. The bridge was built to accommodate pedestrians and motor traffic. The trolley connection at the west-end of the bridge was shut down in 1962 it was destroyed in the mid-sixties. Although the streetcar had been a community center for both Eckington and title="Bloomingdale (Washington, D.C .)Bloomingdale the Westside neighborhood following the line of streetcars was taken away in the 1950s. North Capitol Street was dug into a trench for high-speed and high-volume traffic. The embankment of the highway caused a stark distinction from Eckington and Bloomingdale. North Capitol Street remains noisy and is difficult to cross. this, in conjunction and the tracks of railroads that lie to the east side, gives Eckington its secluded appearance.

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Welcome to The NirvanaDC Eckington  in Washington DC. At NirvanaDC, we specialize in providing high-quality cannabis concentrates to our clients in Washington DC. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to offering safe and effective cannabis products that meet your needs and preferences. From shatter to wax to oil, we offer a wide range of cannabis concentrates to suit your individual tastes.

 

Residents of DC, Maryland, and Virginia can get premium weed delivered to their door with NirvanaDC. If you’re interested in concentrates, flower, vapes, edibles, and other cannabis products, check out our online menu for delivery or pickup or Call 202-300-3636, to learn more about our products and services.

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