Yeah, Glenwood South is definitely the most active, but it wouldn’t fit the vibe of a D.C. journalist. It’s probably too new and vanilla compared to the more visually interesting and centrally located haunts in town that have emerged out of an older stock of buildings. A lot of Glenwood South is too new for that sort of taste. Thinking of it off the top of my head, only the Creamery, Powerhouse and that building where Clouds is have scale and the sort of pedigree that was threading through that article. 222, West, Paramount, The Gramercy, Tucker (both of them), St. Mary’s Square, Hampton Inn & Suites, 500 & 510 Glenwood, and the emerging Smokey Hollow projects dominate the Glenwood South neighborhood, and they are all new to downtown this Century. Smaller buildings dot Glenwood with some character like the strip where The Rockford is, the Hibernian,etc., and there are certainly still some vintage bungalows in the hood, but they don’t dominate.