We're now down to the final four contestants of Curbed DC's Curbed Cup competition. This competition is all about D.C. neighborhoods vying for Curbed's most prestigious fake trophy with bragging rights as the best of the best neighborhood of the year. With the second round now over, it's time to do a little recap to see how each contender did. All in all, there were a total of 1,034 votes. The closest tie was between Capitol Hill and Navy Yard with a difference of only 12 votes. While Glover Park was named one of the eight best neighborhoods of 2015, Brookland in the end will be the one to move on to the semifinals with a difference of 28 votes. The final two contenders for the semifinals include Bloomingdale and Petworth, two neighborhoods that totally slaughtered their opponents by a difference of 116 votes and 248 votes, respectively. What do you think of these results? Totally predictable, or completely unforeseen? Is there a certain contender who you believe should end up as the Curbed Cup champ? Let us know in the comments!
The final four will go against each other next Monday, December 28 and Tuesday, December 29.
· All Curbed Cup coverage [Curbed DC]