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1209 Potomac St NW, Washington, DC 20007

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The West End is a district situated in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. It is bounded by K Street NW to the south, Rock Creek Park to its west and north, and New Hampshire Avenue NW and 23rd Street Northwest to their east. Prior to the annexation of Georgetown, the West End was the westernmost area on the original L'Enfant Plan for Washington City. The Delegation of the European Union to the United States and the embassies of Spain and Qatar are both based there. The George Washington University and George WAU Hospital are situated on Washington Circle, which is adjacent to the West End. The West End, historically a black-owned neighborhood, was home to brick Victorian rowhouses and warehouses.

The neighborhood was the birthplace of Duke Ellington, a jazz pianist and composer born in 1899. When does The West End start? A development hub with hundreds of luxury condominiums under construction or planned. The last "underdeveloped" land parcel, Square 37, sparked controversy in 2007. Surrounded by 23rd Street, 24th Street L Street and an alleyway, this unusual mix of low-rise constructions from the 1800s to the 1960s stands out in a sea of luxury highrises. In 2007, the Council passed a controversial emergency legislation to sell the West End public library branch, the D. A. Square 37 and a firehouse on Square 50 are both located within the property owned by developer Eastbanc. In 2017, the West End Neighborhood Library was opened for public use. Francis-Stevens Educational Center, 2425 N Street, District of Columbia Public Schools.

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Welcome to The NirvanaDC The West End 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.


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