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Forest Hills Store - Marijuana & Weed Dispensary in Washington DC

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1209 Potomac St NW, Washington, DC 20007

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Forest Hills, a residential area in the northwest corner of Washington, D.C.In, United States are: Connecticut Avenue NW west; Rock Creek Park east; Chevy Chase north; and Tilden Street NW south. The area is commonly called Van Ness because of its location near the Van–UDC station on the Washington Metro's Red Line and proximity to the University of the District of Columbia' (UDCC) campus. Forest Hills is accessible via the Washington Metro's Red Line, Crosstown Line (H2, H3, and H4), and D' Connecticut Avenue Line Metrobus. At one point, the National Bureau of Standards (now the Institute of Standardization and Technology) was its primary employer in the locality.

During the 1940s and 1950s, the Forest Hills neighborhood became predominantly Jewish due to the lack of restrictive housing agreements, unlike other neighborhoods. Forest Hills comprises the former location of Fort Kearny, which no longer exists to this day, and the Soapstone Valley Park, encircled by a Rock Creek tributary. Across Connecticut Avenue from UDC, across Upton Street NW, is the Howard University School of Law campus. The Carnegie Geophysical Laboratory was originally housed in the building now known as Upton Street's Levine School of Music. The Edmund Burke School, which was originally Devitt Prep, is situated on Upton Street and was established in 1968. Her collection of decorative objects, including a few Fabergé eggs, can be found in the Hillwood Museum, which is situated in Marjorie Merriweather Post's former home.

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Welcome to The NirvanaDC Forest Hills 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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