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Curbed Cup

Curbed Cup

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 8 or 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Let the eliminations commence!

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Curbed Cup 2017: Who will take home the title of best Hamptons neighborhood?

Last year, Sag Harbor took home the title—but who will win this year? Stay tuned!

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Curbed Cup 2017: Nominate Miami’s 2017 neighborhood of the year!

Welcome to the sixth annual Curbed Cup in Miami, where you decide which Magic City neighborhood is the king of 2017.

Here are Curbed readers' 9 favorite U.S. neighborhoods

We examine eight neighborhoods in the United States—all winners of the Curbed Cup—and everything you need to know about them from the locals who live there.

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The 2016 Curbed Cup Winner is ... East English Village!

In a revote, East English Village beat out the Villages to become the 2016 Curbed Cup winner.

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The Curbed Cup 2016 Neighborhood of the Year is Algiers Point!

Over the past month, Curbed New Orleans has hosted some grueling matches for the sake of Curbed Cup 2016.

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Wynwood/Midtown is Miami’s 2016 Curbed Cup champion

The soaring neighborhood encompassing Wynwood and Midtown Miami just north of Miami’s core has been chosen as our 2016 Curbed Cup champion, with the No. 3 seed defeating No. 8 Surfside by a healthy 69-to-31 percent margin.

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The Curbed Cup winner is ... East César Chavez!

After weeks of friendly competition (and strangely few upsets), on Austin neighborhood stands above all the rest—at least when it comes to winning the Curbed Cup 2016.

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The 2016 Curbed Cup winner is…Leimert Park!

Curbed LA voters picked historic Leimert Park as the Neighborhood of the Year. It scored victories over rapidly changing Frogtown, high-seeded Highland Park, and trendy Koreatown.

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The 2016 Curbed Cup winner is… Sag Harbor!

With over 200 pollsters’ responses, a narrow 52.45 percent of the voters leaned towards Sag Harbor. Sag Harbor has won multiple Curbed Cups, and once again it receives the bragging rights and super prestigious (and fake) virtual trophy.

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Your Curbed Cup neighborhood of the year: Bayview

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, kicked off with 8 or 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. At last, we have a winner!

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The 2016 Curbed Cup winner is… Anacostia!

The annual competition, the Curbed Cup, has allowed Washington, D.C. neighborhoods to compete since 2011. Since then, there has yet to be a two-time champion. Finally, Anacostia can say that it has won not only in the year 2012, but also 2016.

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Curbed Cup Finals: (5) The Villages vs. (15) East English Village

Which village should win Detroit’s Neighborhood of the Year? Voting will stay open through January 2 with the winner of the fake trophy announced January 3.

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Curbed Cup Finals: The Very Necessary Revote

We almost had a seamless Curbed Cup election. Not so fast, Detroit.

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And now, your Curbed Cup neighborhood of the year: Woodlawn

The South Side underdog faced stiff competition but reigned supreme in this year’s contest.

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The 2016 Curbed Cup winner is… Jersey City!

Jersey City has claimed the 2016 Curbed Cup. Its contenders didn’t even come close.

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Fishtown is the Curbed Cup Neighborhood of the Year!

While Brewerytown put up a good fight, Curbed readers have spoken: Fishtown is the Curbed Cup Neighborhood of the Year. The winner of the 2014 tourney made a big comeback, handily beating out its opponents in every round.

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Curbed Cup Elite Eight: (1) Assembly Row vs. (8) Fenway

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, rolls on with 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Let the eliminations continue!

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Curbed Cup Elite Eight: (5) Fort Point vs. (4) Downtown Crossing

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, rolls on with 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Let the eliminations continue!

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Curbed Cup Final: (2) East César Chavez vs. (1) Downtown

Which motivated contestant is Austin’s 2016 ‘Neighborhood of the Year’?

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Curbed Cup Finals: (6) Leimert Park vs. (9) San Pedro

The finals are here—vote for LA’s neighborhood of the year!

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Curbed Cup Final: (4) Lakeview vs. (15) Woodlawn

The finals are here—vote for Chicago neighborhood of the year!

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Curbed Cup Finals: Bayview (5) vs. Inner Richmond (10)

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 8 or 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. And now we pick the big winner!

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Curbed Cup Finals: (4) College Park vs. (6) East Atlanta

Which motivated contestant is Atlanta’s "Neighborhood of the Year" for 2016?

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Curbed Cup Finals: (2) Columbia City vs. (5) Ballard

It’s a showdown between two former champions, Ballard (2012) and Columbia City (2014). That means we’re about to crown our first-ever two-time Curbed Cup champion.

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Curbed Cup Finals: Sag Harbor (2) vs. Hampton Bays (4)

After weeks of voting, the 2016 Curbed Cup is down to its final two neighborhoods: Sag Harbor and Hampton Bays. Vote now!

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Curbed Cup Finals: (2) Capitol Hill vs. (4) Anacostia

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the Washington, D.C. neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 16 areas vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for the final pairing will end on January 2.

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Curbed Cup 2016 Championship: (2) Fishtown vs. (9) Brewerytown

After multiple rounds, the final two neighborhoods left standing are Fishtown and Brewerytown. The two go head to head in the championship round of Curbed Cup. Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on January 2!

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Curbed Cup Finals: (2) Financial District vs. (9) Jersey City

The finals are here—vote for NYC’s neighborhood of the year!

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (6) Leimert Park vs. (10) Koreatown

The winner of this matchup will advance to the Curbed Cup finals and face San Pedro for the title of the best Los Angeles neighborhood of 2016.

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (2) Brickell vs. (3) Wynwood/Midtown

On the backend of our 2016 Miami Curbed Cup final four matchups is this fascinating battle between (2) Brickell and (3) Wynwood/Midtown.Both are rapidly evolving but only one can prevail.

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Curbed Cup Final Four: Inner Richmond (10) vs. Castro (11)

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 8 or 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Let the eliminations commence!

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (3) Uptown vs. (15) Woodlawn

Cast your vote now for the neighborhood you think should advance!

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (6) East Atlanta vs. (7) Kirkwood

Who shall advance to the Atlanta 2016 championship? Voting is open for 24 hours

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (2) Columbia City vs. (3) Belltown

Which neighborhood moves on to the finals?

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Curbed Cup Final Four: Sag Harbor (2) vs. Bridgehampton (6)

The beasts from the easts battle it out for dominance in this year’s Curbed Cup, our annual neighborhood poll.

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (2) Capitol Hill vs. (3) Tenleytown

The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the Washington, D.C. neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 16 areas vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Let the eliminations commence!

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (2) Financial District vs. (3) Downtown Brooklyn

In 2011, these two neighborhoods faced off in the Curbed Cup finals; today, they’re matched up once again in a battle for NYC’s neighborhood of the year.

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (2) Fishtown vs. (3) Old City

Which neighborhood should advance to the championship: The super trendy and happening Fishtown or the historic and charming Old City?

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Curbed Cup Final Four: (6) University District vs. (15) East English Village

Which neighborhood should advance to the finals?