Here is one map of Silver Spring. The actual geography of Silver Spring is hotly debated as some prefer to include a greater geography and some prefer to retain the identity of their specific neighborhood. We would love to hear your thoughts on what constitutes Silver Spring.
A DC Native, people say I'm rude and abrasive; I say I'm passionate. I've been working in marketing since 2005. My brothers and I paid Geppi's rent through the 80s and 90s. My relief at an indoor wavepool never materializing in Silver Spring is balanced by my disappointment that City Place has dozens of shuttered storefronts. I love what you've done with your hair.
The borders of Silver Spring can basically be drawn by roughly connecting the following points – the circle at Colesville and 16th, Jerry’s sub shop further up 16th, the deli at Georgian Towers, St. Mary’s church on Wayne, Geppis comic shop on Fenton, Crisfields on Georgia, the Giant at Blair Plaza and then back down to the circle…
Not sure what everything surrounding that is called, but anything within a couple of hundred feet from the Eastern Avenue curb could still be considered DC.