For many years Brookland has been defined by the Basilica of the National Shrine of Immaculate Conception, the Catholic University, and the surrounding village-like residential community of mostly detached frame homes and brick row homes. Neighboring Michigan Park has been a stable suburban-like all-residential neighborhood of quiet tree-lined streets of mostly detached brick homes. These neighborhoods have been the beneficiaries of recent growing development in the city, with an increase in home renovation and the emergence of new commercial areas. Notably, new restaurants, cafes, and retail and markets along 12th Street and Monroe Streets in Brookland contribute to its community social venues and walkability. The Brookland-CUA Metro Station serves the area, and the nearby Ft. Lincoln development, just a 5-10 min drive on South Dakota Ave has a Costco, a Lowes, and other retail offerings. The Brookland area has also seen recent growth in condominium and apartment options.
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