Author Archives: The Vintage

Must-See Art in DC: Part One

Washington DC National Gallery of Art Must-See: The Rembrandt Collection The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC is a treasure that everyone living in the vicinity should take advantage of. Whether you’re going on a date or looking for a little inspiration from the greats, you’ll find everything you’re looking for and more. Luckily,…

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The History Behind Your City: Mt. Pleasant

Mt. Pleasant is one of the hippest northwest quadrants in Washington D.C. It is lined with historic buildings and canopied by tall trees. The haphazard neighborhood surrounded by Rock Creek Park on the North and West was actually named the first streetcar development of the District in 1870. Rich history surrounds Mt. Pleasant and encourages…

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Washington DC’s 4 Quirkiest Places

4 Of The Quirkiest Places in Washington DC Do you like visiting off the wall, out of the ordinary places?  We get that. There are so many unique spots in the city if you know where to look from them! DC has everything from creepy corners to offbeat hideaways. Quirky DC Spot #1: International Spy…

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The 5 Best Places to Go Camping Near D.C.

Washington, DC, is a thriving metropolitan area rich with history and abundant cultural hotspots. And that's only one of the reasons why living in a luxury apartment at The Vintage is so fun! Not only are you within easy reach of amazing eateries, museums, and famous architecture, you're also not far away from some incredible…

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The Pet Owner’s Guide to DC

Your Guide to Pet-Friendly D.C. People bring their dogs everywhere these days, often treating them like members of their family rather than pets. The good news for pet owners is that Washington, D.C. is becoming more and more pet-friendly every day, so you’ll find something fun no matter what you and your dog like to…

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