DC Neighborhoods

 Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan is a vibrant and culturally diverse neighborhood located in the NW quadrant of Washington, DC.  Adams Morgan is recognized for its energetic nightlife scene with a strong line-up of restaurants, clubs and funky shops. The neighborhood has [more]

Adams Morgan tags: urban, hip, lofts, nightlife, diverse, nw

Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill is an historic neighborhood located in the Southeast and Northeast quadrants of Washington, DC.  About 35,000 Washingtonians make their home in the two square miles of the  Capitol Hill neighborhood.  In the early [more]

Capitol Hill tags: historic, power, government, gentrification, row house, se, sw

Columbia Heights

Columbia Heights, located in the NW quadrant of Washington DC, is the District's most dense and urban neighborhood. Columbia Heights is also recognized as the District's most economically and racially diverse neighborhood. A community revitalization plan centered [more]

Columbia Heights tags: metro, urban, gentrification, dense, nw

Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle, located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington DC, is one of the most famous and cosmopolitan neighborhoods in the District.  The neighborhood draws its name from Samuel Francis Du Pont, a Civil War Rear Admiral.  The Dupont Circle neighborhood is anchored [more]

Dupont Circle tags: diverse, cosmopolitan, entertainment, metro, row house, shopping, nw

Georgetown

Georgetown, the best known of the district neighborhoods, is located in the NW quadrant of Washington, DC.  From vibrant nightclubs to venerable restaurants and exclusive shopping, Georgetown is always abuzz with energy and excitement.  Georgetown is home [more]

Georgetown tags: historic, exclusive, nightlife, energy, retail, town homes, hoyas, nw

Logan Circle

Logan Circle is an upscale neighborhood in the NW Quadrant of Washington, DC.  The neighborhood draws its name from General John Logan, a Civil War hero and US Senator, who briefly lived on the circle.  Logan Circle, which was [more]

Logan Circle tags: transformation, upscale, edgy, metro, whole foods, brownstones, lofts, nw

Mount Vernon Triangle

Mount Vernon Triangle is a neighborhood of fifteen city blocks in the NW quadrant of Washington, DC, anchored around the intersection of Mass Ave, NY Ave, K St and 8th St.  The Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood has experienced significant revitalization after [more]

Mount Vernon Triangle tags: urban, commercial, condos, row houses, convention center, metro, nw

Penn Quarter

The Penn Quarter is a mixed-use urban neighborhood located in the NW quadrant of Washington, DC, and on the East End of Downtown.  This area has been revitalized with the opening of the Verizon Center which draws thousands to the neighborhood several times a week for sporting events and other attractions. The Penn Quarter is now home [more]

Penn Quarter tags: downtown, condos, upscale, commercial, museums, verizon center, metro, nw

U Street Corridor

The U Street Corridor is a neighborhood located in the NW quadrant of Washington DC that is experiencing gentrification and revitalization.  Investment in the U Street neighborhood has followed the opening of the U Street/Cardozo Metro Station in 1991.  This neighborhood has a colorful history [more]

U Street Corridor tags: urban, historic, revitalization, metro, diverse, condos, row house, nw

West End

The West End is a neighborhood featuring several recently completed upscale-luxury condo developments in the Northwest quadrant of Washington DC.  The West End is home to embassies, George Washington University Medical Center and several upscale hotels including the Ritz Carlton.  West End residents enjoy the convenience [more]

West End tags: upscale, gw, commercial, embassies, condos, metro, nw