Monroe Street Market includes a number of businesses and restaurants such as Starbucks, Busboys and Poets, Brookland Pint, Barnes & Noble, Chipotle, Potbelly, Wardman Wines, plus artist residences and studios.
Edgewood Terrace, a large complex of mixed-income and senior-citizen public housing, opened in 1972. It was built by Bethesda developer Eugene Ford, and it was originally managed by H. R. Crawford. Today, Edgewood Terrace remains a central landmark of the Edgewood neighborhood, enough so that the neighborhood itself is sometimes called Edgewood Terrace.
Edgewood Wall is part of Open Walls DC, a public art initiative that provides spaces and walls for graffiti artists, street artists, muralists, art students, emerging and established artists who love to paint outdoors and large. The goal of Open Walls DC is to create large ever-changing murals that beautify our city and are unusual creative public spaces.