This past week, Curbed readers voted on which neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. truly shone the brightest in the year 2015. With the eight polls created, there were a total 1,371 votes submitted. Two polls that resulted in an almost 50-50 vote was one between Glover Park and LeDroit Park (difference of 27 votes) and one between Petworth and H Street Corridor (difference of 14 votes). Some of the neighborhoods that totally demolished their competitors included Bloomingdale over Georgetown, Shaw over NoMa, Columbia Heights over Cathedral Heights, and Brookland over Woodridge. Two other polls that were fairly close, but not by as much as the two aforementioned polls included one between Capitol Hill and SW Waterfront and one between Navy Yard and Anacostia.
The next round of voting won't begin until Monday, December 21, so stay tuned. Until then, be sure to let us know which neighborhood you believe should take the Curbed Cup trophy in the comments.
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