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Clarendon has no defined boundaries, but emanates from the Clarendon Metro stop. The area has expanded and sometimes you may hear someone refer to the area Clarendon/Courthouse.
The great appeal of Clarendon is its proximity to D.C. and the fact it has something for everyone. It is a wonderful, walkable mix of restaurants and bars, small local music venues like Iota and Galaxy Hut and national chains such as Starbucks, Whole Foods, and the Cheesecake Factory. The Market Common Clarendon has Barnes and Noble, Pottery Barn, and an Apple Store. The Clarendon Alliance hosts many events throughout the year such as Clarendon Day, Tax-Blues Night, CSC Invitational Bike Race, and an Art Festival.
Clarendon appeals to a large range of people: from 20 some things that live in condos that work in tech or on the Hill to older people who have lived there before it became the hot place to live. Walking away from most of the action along Wilson and Clarendon Boulevard, you come to the single family home neighborhoods of Lyon Village to the north and Lyon Park and Ashton Heights to the south. The condos that are in Clarendon are the Hartford, Phoenix, Station Square, and Clarendon 1021.