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 to several embassies, Georgetown University and several historic landmarks. The redevelopment of the Georgetown riverfront, including the development of the Capital Crescent Trail, has injected an exciting new dimension to the Georgetown urban lifestyle. Read more about Georgetown real estate.
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Georgetown is famous for its historic row houses sited along beautiful tree-lined streets. Newer upscale condominium projects add an alluring flair to the Georgetown housing stock. Many politicians, diplomats and executives make Georgetown their home.
The Georgetown neighborhood is bounded by the Potomac River, Georgetown University, Montrose Park and Rock Creek Parkway. Anchored by the majestic gold-domed former Riggs Bank building, the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street serves as the crossroads of the neighborhood.
Communities adjacent to Georgetown include the West End, Foggy Bottom, Burleith, Glover Park and Rosslyn, Virginia across the Potomac. Georgetown is not served by a Metro Station, the nearest stations all located approximately one mile away, include Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle and Rosslyn.
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