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Penn Quarter-Chinatown at a Glance

Penn Quarter-Chinatown is a neighborhood in the East End of Downtown Washington, DC, north of Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. The neighborhood doesn’t have well-defined boundaries, but the boundaries seem to extend from F Street NW from 5th to 10th Streets, and approximately H Street on the north where Penn Quarter abuts or partially overlaps with Chinatown. This neighborhood has been rejuvenated over the years by the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation and by the Verizon Center.

Penn Quarter is now home to various entertainment and commercial establishments, including museums, theaters, restaurants, bars, and contemporary art galleries. There are several popular farmers’ markets in this neighborhood and several foods and wine festivals in this neighborhood. Some of the restaurants in this area include Zaytinya, Rasika, Old Ebbitt Grill, Cedar, Acadiana, The Source, and Oyamel.

Sections of Penn Quarter/Chinatown: Mt. Vernon Square, Franklin Square, McPherson Square, Truxton Circle and Shaw

  • WHAT YOU'LL LOVE
    • Arts and entertainment in every corner of the city
  • THE FEEL
    • Authentic with a special vitality
  • LOCAL FAVORITES
    • National Portrait Gallery
    • The International Spy Museum
    • Never wanting, or needing to, leave the neighborhood
  • ATTRACTIONS

    Cafes: 8
    Museums: 4
    Parks: 6
    Bars: 9
    Art Galleries: 4

  • NEIGHBORING AREAS

    Downtown
    Dupont Circle
    Noma
    Logan Circle
    Closest Metro: Mt Vernon Sq/7th St

  • TOTAL POPULATION

    5,921

  • COMMUTING

    Union Station: car 7min, metro 11min
    Metro Center: car 3min, metro 7min
    Dupont Circle: car 9min, metro 13min
    DCA Airport: car 7min, metro 24min

Stats

  • Average Home Value

    $505,00

  • Average Rental Price

    $2300

  • Common Residence Types

    Rowhouses and modern loft condominiums

Kalorama at a Glance

Kalorama is known as one of DC’s most prestigious neighborhoods. Characterized by its distinguished historical, colonial-style houses and serving as home to over 20 embassies, many diplomats, and former presidents, Kalorama has earned a revered reputation. If you’re looking for DC’s most peaceful and elegant neighborhood, Kalorama is for you.

  • WHAT YOU'LL LOVE
    • Elegant houses
    • Neighborhood sophistication
    • Peace and quiet
  • THE FEEL
    • Sophisticated & Refined
    • Residential
  • LOCAL FAVORITES
    • The Phillips Collection
    • Hillyer Art Space
    • Favorite Food Spots like Dolcezza & Donburi
  • ATTRACTIONS

    Cafes: 3
    Museums: 3
    Parks: 2
    Bars: 3
    Art Galleries: 2

  • NEIGHBORING AREAS

    Woodley Park
    Adams Morgan
    Foggy Bottom
    Georgetown
    Closest Metro: Dupont Circle Station

  • TOTAL POPULATION

    1,239

  • COMMUTING

    Union Station: car 25min, metro 25min
    Logan Circle: car 15min, metro 20min
    DCA Airport: car 20min, metro 40min

Stats

  • Average Home Value

    $ 1,307,200

  • Average Rental Price

    $ 8,000

  • Common Residence Types

    Colonial-style homes

Logan Circle at a Glance

Nestled between Dupont, Shaw and Downtown, Logan Circle is one of the most centrally located neighborhoods in DC. Popular for its energetic feel and unique victorian style housing, Logan Circle has seen immense growth in recent years. Off of the circle, 14th Street serves as the heart of the neighborhood. Home to several of DC’s renowned restaurants and cafes, as well as independent shops and businesses, this neighborhood is one of the most popular in DC

  • WHAT YOU'LL LOVE
    • Central location close to bustling 14th Street shops and restaurants
  • THE FEEL
    • Residential and energetic
  • LOCAL FAVORITES
    • Local Food Favorites like Ghibellina & Le Diplomate
    • Dupont Farmers’ Market
  • ATTRACTIONS

    Cafes: 14
    Museums: 2
    Parks: 3
    Bars: 10
    Art Galleries: 10

  • NEIGHBORING AREAS

    Dupont
    Shaw
    The National Mall
    Closest Metro: McPherson Square

  • TOTAL POPULATION

    10,337

  • COMMUTING

    Union Station: car 15min, metro 25min
    Georgetown: car 10min, metro 25min
    DCA Airport: car 20min, metro 30min

Stats

  • Average Home Value

    $ 557,200

  • Average Rental Price

    $ 4,150

  • Common Residence Types

    Condominiums and Victorian-style houses

Capitol Hill at a Glance

Capitol Hill is one of DC’s most iconic neighborhoods. Offering views of the capitol dome at every intersection, Capitol Hill is sought after for its sophisticated, yet eclectic feel. The neighborhood is home to several of the city’s adored destinations, including Eastern Market and the Library of Congress. The neighborhood character is among the most diverse in DC: home to hill staffers, retirees, families, and young professionals. The majority of this neighborhood’s residences are its famous townhouses, although there have been condos and apartments added more recently to the area. Its location along with its unique character is what residents love most about this neighborhood.

  • WHAT YOU'LL LOVE
    • The community
    • Capitol views
  • THE FEEL
    • A community proud of the neighborhood’s identity as one of the most historic and closest to America’s political core
  • LOCAL FAVORITES
    • Local Food Favorites like Ted’s Bulletin, Pineapple & Pearl, and Rose’s Luxury
    • Library of Congress
    • US Capitol
    • Capitol HIll Books
  • ATTRACTIONS

    Cafes: 40
    Museums: 20
    Parks: 13
    Bars: 39
    Art Galleries: 2

  • NEIGHBORING AREAS

    Capitol South
    Eastern Market
    Potomac Avenue
    Stadium Armory
    Closest Metro: Union Station

  • TOTAL POPULATION

    31,144

  • COMMUTING

    Georgetown: car 20min, metro 30min
    Metro Center: car 10 min, metro 15min
    DCA Airport: car 15min, metro 20min
    Shaw: car 15min, metro 25min

Stats

  • Average Home Value

    $ 757,800

  • Average Rental Price

    $ 3,300

  • Common Residence Types

    Rowhouses

Georgetown at a Glance

Georgetown serves as one of DC’s most historic neighborhoods located above Foggy Bottom in Northwest DC. The neighborhood encapsulates old Washington's glamour and the comfort of a residential neighborhood. With its lively waterfront commerce area and bustling M Street market place, Georgetown is one of the most adored neighborhoods in DC, pulling both tourists and locals to the area. Tucked above Georgetown’s main streets are gorgeous townhouses along cobblestone lamp-lit streets. The neighborhood emits both a sense of nostalgia and innovation: primarily famous for its townhouses but also offering condos and lofts along the waterfront and lower canals.

Features of this neighborhood include Washington waterfront, Georgetown University, Georgetown Park Mall, and C&O Canal. Some of the more popular bars and restaurants include Philomena, Pizzeria Paradiso, The Tombs, Georgetown Cupcake, Clydes, 1789 restaurant, il Canale, and Bodega.

  • WHAT YOU'LL LOVE
    • Townhouse-lined streets
    • Bustling marketplace and waterfront
  • THE FEEL
    • Refined, sophisticated, quiet
  • LOCAL FAVORITES
    • Georgetown Waterfront Park
    • Dumbarton Oaks Estate
    • Local Food Favorites like Cafe Milano & 1789 Restaurant
  • ATTRACTIONS

    Cafes: 52
    Museums: 3
    Parks: 7
    Bars: 12
    Art Galleries: 15

  • NEIGHBORING AREAS

    Foggy Bottom
    Arlington
    Woodley Park
    The National Mall

  • TOTAL POPULATION

    49,562

  • COMMUTING

    Union Station: car 20 min, metro 30 min
    Estate Metro Center: car 15 min, metro 20 min
    Dupont Circle: car 10 min, metro 10 min
    DCA Airport: car 15 min, metro 30 min
    Shaw: car 15 min, metro 30 min

Stats

  • Average Home Value

    $ 1,108,000

  • Average Rental Price

    $ 5,000

  • Common Residence Types

    Rowhouses and condominiums