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While some DC neighborhoods are better for families, others are ideal for singles. This includes places packed with shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and more.


College students aren’t the only ones drawn to Georgetown. The Georgetown waterfront is a busy spot for boating, biking and dining. The popular neighborhood comes at a price, though. Rentals in Georgetown tend to be on the higher end of the scale, and sometimes hard to find.


For shopping, dining, cultural and entertainment offerings, head to Chinatown. The neighborhood also happens to be home to the Capital One Arena, making it easy to catch a game of the Washington Wizards or the Washington Capitals.

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Adams Morgan offers nightlife,

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washington heights - washington dc

Washington Heights is full of history and full of architectural significance. Noted as having one of the most eclectic collections of historic buildings in the area, the neighborhood’s architecture tells the story of development from its beginnings through today.

It’s now on the National Register of Historic Places. The triangular-shaped neighborhood of Washington Heights sits right in the middle of Adams Morgan and was first platted in the late 1800s.

Originally developed as a streetcar suburb on the outskirts of town, Washington Heights eventually grew into an urban neighborhood with a bustling commercial corridor. The area proved popular because homes in the neighborhood were within walking distance of a horse-drawn streetcar.


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the morgan - 2337 Champlain St NW

For sleek style points in one of DC’s most celebrated neighborhoods, consider taking a second look at The Morgan. This newer condo development is only a few years old and sits on a quieter block in Adams Morgan.

This gives residents the enjoyment of living in one of DC’s most vibrant neighborhoods, but also a more peaceful setting. The modern building offers buyers the choice of either a one- or two-bedroom layout with large windows and open floor plans.

Buyers can also expect to find such desirable additions as wide-plank hardwoods, high ceilings and gourmet kitchens with white maple cabinetry, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Other additions include a number of stylish finishes, as well as custom vanities in the baths and

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chinese embassy - adams morgan

While there are certainly some impressive homes in DC to choose from, some buyers are instead choosing to bring new life to some long-standing residences. Some Washingtonians are hard at work, turning some of the city’s former foreign embassies into private homes.

One such example includes the former Libyan Embassy in Kalorama. Built close to the turn-of-the-century, the home was designed in a Flemish Revival style.

It had been unoccupied for about 25 years and was in poor shape at the time a new owner came into the picture. A real estate developer had previously attempted to turn the property into condos, but when that fell through, the building went up back up for sale and a family snapped it up.

After nearly a year of making plans and

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beecher hill condos -  2246 ontario rd nw washington dc 20009

Beecher Hill is reimagining the condo market in Adams Morgan. The new construction property offers a total of nine new condos for buyers to choose from, with easy access to highly coveted Adams Morgan and nearby Meridian Hill Park.

The reimagined condos have a reclaimed brick façade and decorative window arches on the outside, plus high ceilings and wide-plank oak wood flooring on the inside. You’ll also find a green roof, a secluded interior courtyard, and the availability of some off-street parking.

Expect to find designer appliances, quartz countertops, some relaxing soaking tubs in the master baths and some custom vanities. Some of the homes come with a private balcony, or even a private rooftop terrace.

The property offers your choice of

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beekman place - washington dc

In a setting fit for royalty, it’s time to discover the delightful possibilities of Beekman Place. Located on the same site where DC’s old Henderson Castle once stood, the condos of Beekman Place now offer a great location and plenty of history.

If you look closely enough, you may even still be able to see some of the estate’s original boundary walls. Instead of towers and moats, however, prospective buyers are now treated to some fantastic city views in an attractive location.

This well-established community offers more than 200 Colonial-style townhomes for buyers to choose from, with interconnected brick walkways set between the homes. Originally constructed in the late 1970s, the spacious condos typically come in two- and three-bedroom

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capital bikeshare - washington dc

If you don’t want to have to depend on a car to get around, DC is a great place to live. While some neighborhoods rely on public transportation, other neighborhoods are extremely walkable.

DC as a whole ranks extremely well for its walkability. In fact, DC’s WalkScore ranking is number seven in terms of the most walkable large cities in the nation.

In recent years, Redfin put DC in 4th place when it comes to its list of ‘The Best Cities for Living Without a Car’. Some neighborhoods also rank particularly high all on their own in terms of walkability.

For example, Dupont Circle is a great place to get around by walking. Most residents have an easy stroll to the closest Metro station, plus the neighborhood also includes a number of restaurants

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reed-cooke - washington dc

Tucked away within the Adams Morgan neighborhood emerges a delightful urban neighborhood called Reed-Cooke. While small in size, the neighborhood of Reed-Cooke is rich in terms of diversity.

Made up of just ten city blocks, thousands of people make their home in Reed-Cooke. While considered by some as simply part of Adams Morgan, Reed-Cooke is officially one of the larger community’s four small and distinct neighborhoods.

Found between 16th and 18th streets, between U Street and Columbia Road, Reed-Cooke gains its namesake from two schools; H.D. Cooke Elementary and Marie Reed Elementary. Those locations were themselves named after a former community leader and the District’s first governor.

The land that now makes up Reed-Cooke used to be

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chinese embassy condos - 2001 19th st nw

For those looking for a bit more history in their DC-area home, there are churches, schools and even embassies that have been remade into multi-residential space. One such example is the Chinese Embassy.

Constructed around the turn of the century, the Georgian Revival-style building once served as the actual Chinese Embassy. Although the building still stands today, it serves an entirely different purpose.

The building has also served as a single-family residence, a rooming house, and most currently a condo building. The handsome building now houses 13 private condos, spread across five floors of the building.

For residents, the building has quite a story to tell. The unique building affords a range of floor plans and a range of delights for

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A number of DC neighborhoods have had eyebrow raising names over the years. It’s likely older residents may recall such names as Swampoodle and Civic Betterment.

It’s some of the newer neighborhood names, however, that have been raising eyebrows for different reasons. It’s not particularly because of the uniqueness of the names, but sometimes it’s that they’re getting names from developers eager to help create the next trendy area.

Take for example the neighborhood of North End Shaw. A developer first started using the name about five years ago as a marketing term to distinguish the development and offer some sense of its location in the DC area.

Flash forward a few years and North End Shaw now boasts several new apartment

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