The excitement of living in DC is that it’s diverse and always changing. But with anything that is constantly in flux, keeping up with the new “it” neighborhoods can be a never-ending task. Perhaps you’re looking for a neighborhood with roots and history. At Real Property Management Washington DC, we’re able to help.
Whether you’re new to the area, looking to invest in an income property, or simply doing some research on your current neighborhood, we’ve put together a guide that will help you navigate every corner of the Nation’s Capital and narrow down what works best for you.
Northeast DC has seen a significant change with a market that has rebounded like no other. Located within Northeast DC are some of the most important government agencies such as the newly built ATF building and the Department of Health. With a recently refreshed Union Market, a completely revived H Street Corridor, NE Washington DC has truly become a gem of the city.
For centuries, Northwest DC has played a significant role in the history of Washington, DC. From the White House to the Ford Theater, you’d be hard pressed to find an area that doesn’t give you the feeling of walking through the pages of a history book. Boasting some of DC’s hottest restaurants and shops, including the new City Center DC. Northwest is always on the cusp of what’s fresh. But don’t let that fool you, within NW Washington DC are family friendly areas to build memories and culture to appreciate.
Another area on the rise, Southeast DC also holds a significant historical place in the heart of DC natives. The chosen area of Fredrick Douglas, whose home still stands as a testament to the strength of this great area. You will also find Capitol Hill here, the place where democracy lives and breathes. Spend a Saturday at the famed Eastern Market or taking in a Baseball game at the beautiful stadium of the Washington Nationals. Southeast Washington DC has something for everyone, from the political to the playful.
Located in Southwest DC are some of the sites that make Washington DC one of the most toured cities in the world. The Lincoln and the newly erected Martin Luther King Jr Memorials are just some of the beautiful sites within a very short drive. After becoming the new “it” area of DC following the reconstruction of Waterfront in 2017, there is no stopping the growth in Southwest DC.