Category Archives: Washington DC Neighborhoods


People are Flocking to These 5 Neighborhoods

Condos just steps from shops and restaurants, plenty of bike lanes, the buzz of nightlife, hip coffee shops and boutiques — these are the features that Washington, DC’s most alluring neighborhoods all have. The city is embracing a live-work-play lifestyle, so it’s no wonder why Millennials want to find a home or condo at the center of it […]


5 Places You Wish You Lived Near (But Now You Can)

Choosing the best property often comes down to three factors: location, location, and location. Washington, DC (but especially Foggy Bottom) has properties just steps from top-rated restaurants, unique shops, and famous landmarks. If you’ve been searching for a one-bedroom co-op in the heart of Foggy Bottom, then you’ll love 950 25th Street NW #304-N because […]


11 Things You Can Only Experience in Dupont Circle

landmark in DC's Dupont Circle

What’s not to love about a neighborhood that’s home to dozens of cafés, boutiques, historic buildings, and one of nation’s most famous traffic circles? Dupont Circle is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Washington, DC for a reason. If you’re eager to live in a one-of-a-kind community, you’ll feel right at home after trying these unique Dupont […]


5 Things You Never Knew About The Palisades

main road in The Palisades

Now that you’ve decided to buy a home in Washington, DC, it’s time to pick a neighborhood. Choosing a community is both fun and difficult; DC’s neighborhoods all have hidden gems and unique real estate options, and each one has something incredible to offer. The Palisades, for instance, resembles a suburban community of spacious houses, but it’s […]


The 5 Hottest Neighborhoods with the Coolest Architecture

historic Victorians in Logan Circle

Washington, DC has style. And we’re not just talking about the district’s one-of-a-kind cafés, restaurants, or book stores. We’re talking about the trendsetting neighborhoods and homes that you can find throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia. From ’60s ramblers and timeless Colonials in the Northern Virginia suburbs (like Villamay in Alexandria) to contemporary new construction homes within DC limits (like the ones in Kent), the homes in […]