Foggy Bottom Neighborhood is historic and suprisingly. It rests in a quiet nook between downtown and Georgetown, housing many GW students and those who refuse to be more than a 5 minute cab ride from work.
Historically, buildings in this neighborhood were generally established from the 1870’s through the first decade of the 1900’s. The population of Foggy Bottom around this time was comprised mainly of poor immigrants of Irish and German descent.
Architecturally, Foggy Bottom neighborhood is comprised mostly of two-story rowhouses in a flat-fronted style commonly found after 1885.
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