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Capitol Riverfront draws permanent fans

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Once a stale, industrial quarter of the District, the Capitol Riverfront has been transformed over the last decade, drawing nearly 4,000 residents in its revival. And more are expected to move here in the years to come, making it a place where residents live, work and play. "The next two to three years will be pivotal in our neighborhood's history," said Michael Stevens, executive director of...

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