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Featured Apartments in Takoma Park, MD
Historic town of Takoma Park...
Takoma Park MD, 20912
10-12 Minute Walk To The Metro...Beautiful Hardwood Floors...Takoma Park: "Berkeley-Of-The-East"...
Takoma Park MD, 20912
Close To Baltimore-Washington Parkway and the Capital Beltway...Walk To Shopping...Convenient To New Carrollton and Prince Georges Plaza Metro Stations...
Takoma Park MD, 20737
Discover our beautiful landscaped community located in the heart of Northeast near Langston Golf Course and National Arboretum. Jetu Apartments features one and two bedrooms with gas ranges, frost free refrigerators, upgraded kitchens, mini-blinds, and wall to wall carpet. Each apartment offers a separate dining area with chandelier lighting. Jetu Apartments is a controlled access community. The grounds include two new playgrounds.
Takoma Park MD, 20002
Convenient Location (Metro Access)...Garden Style Apartments...Close to Shopping and Restaurants...Immediate move ins
Takoma Park MD, 20782
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Takoma Park, MD
Overview of Takoma Park
Originally planned as a commuter suburb of Washington, D.C. the city of Takoma Park, MD has evolved into its own community over the years, becoming the home of a diverse population including many writers, musicians and artists. An official "Tree City, USA," this small town is also nicknamed "Azalea City" and is home to an award-winning recycling program, making this Takoma Park apartments for rent the perfect option for any eco-friendly family. With a 2011 estimated population of more than 17,000 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, living here gives you all the amenities if a metropolis nearby without the hustle and bustle of city life.
Living in Takoma Park, MD
In 1883, Benjamin Franklin Gilbert received a title to approximately 100 acres near the Maryland-District of Columbia boundary line to develop a suburban community near the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad route. Due to a friend's suggestion, he named the city "Takoma," a Native American translation meaning "near heaven." In just seven short years, the city was incorporated due to the city's rapid growth. Many residents began moving into the area because of its high elevation, a rarity in the often lowland environment of Washington, D.C. Today, the city's unique past can be seen in its historic downtown district.
Takoma Park Attractions and Special Events
Since Takoma Park is known as Azalea City due to its stunning array of horticulture, many residents enjoy the parks and gardens in the city that showcase these beautiful blooms. Despite its small size, the city has more than 25 parks, gardens and recreational fields for picnicking, sports, hiking and biking.
Every fall, the city hosts the Takoma Park Street Festival free of charge to its residents. Complete with live music of all styles, more than 150 artisan craft tables and food vendors, this charming festival attracts people from all over the Washington, D.C., area.
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