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American University Park
American University Park sits right next-door to its eponymous university and has a self-contained campus feel of its own. It attracts Washington residents from a variety of disciplines who appreciate its shady tree-lined streets, tight neighborhood bonds, and easy access to the arts, culture, and commerce of the city.
As one of America’s most unique cities, Washington, DC seamlessly offers a full range of international, national and local cultural experiences. Explorers interested in learning about some of the local African American history and culture should ride the Metro’s Green Line to Anacostia.
For a neighborhood of only about 12 square blocks, Bloomingdale manages to pack in a lot of hidden treasures: unassuming dive bars, surprise parks and award-winning restaurants.
Brookland - CUA
DC’s “Little Rome” is awash in Catholic churches and sites plus a lively arts zone and charming, bungalow-filled streets.
Capitol Hill is a historic Washington, DC neighborhood with landmarks like the U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court, 19th-century rowhouses and a vibrant dining scene.
Capitol Hill East
Capitol Hill East has a mix of families that have been there for decades and young professionals looking to own their first home. Everyone is friendly and it’s nice to be out walking the dogs and say hello to the neighbors! It’s relatively quiet for a city street and you can’t beat the metro access to Stadium-Armory.
Chevy Chase DC is a well-known suburb-in-the-city and provides an easy commute to downtown Washington by bus or Metro, although most residents drive for shopping and recreation beyond the neighborhood.
Penn Quarter & Chinatown is home to the District’s Verizon Center, which plays host to everything from professional sports teams to American rock icons, plus intimate film and stage theaters, and it’s no surprise there’s action here from early til late.
Foodies, culture vultures, shoppers and sports fans all find something to dig into in these neighborhoods north of Pennsylvania Avenue NW, which is as hopping at night as during the day.
Hispanic culture, a jumbo city park plus cool bars and restaurants draw locals and visitors to Columbia Heights, an upper northwest hot zone.
The cosmopolitan nature of Dupont Circle makes it one of DC’s most popular neighborhoods, with its social circle serving as a gathering spot, while shops and museums provide something for every taste.