Is a planned Victorian commuter suburb. It is situated along the Metropolitan Branch of the historic Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, northeast of Washington, DC, and it borders the neighborhood of Takoma, Washington, D.C. Its population is 16,715, with a median age of 38 and the average family size is 3.12. During the late ’60s and ’70s, Takoma Park became known for its political activism. Newspaper commentators described it as “The People’s Republic of Takoma Park” or “The Berkeley of the East.”
The city went through substantial gentrification in the 1990s and early 2000s, with many houses subdivided into apartments converted back to single-family homes. Most of the city’s residents are tenants living in high rise apartments around Sligo Creek.
Some of the neighborhood features include Hosts the Takoma Park Folk Festival, Home of Takoma Records, Takoma Park Street Festival, Takoma Jazz Fest, Takoma Park Independent Film Festival, Local Farmer’s Market, and of course, fantastic bars and restaurants. Some of the restaurants in this area include Mark’s Kitchen, Republic, Middle Eastern Cuisine, Roscoe’s Pizzeria, and Takoma Bistro.
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