Prospective homebuyers searching in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area should carefully consider all the benefits of living in Downtown D.C. Downtown Washington, D.C. encompasses many spectacular micro-neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality and unique advantages. For example, in Chinatown, you can enjoy the excitement of a hockey game, while in Penn Quarter you can experience some truly elegant fine dining and see a play. Stroll through the charming cobblestone streets of the historic district, or explore one of the many cultural points of interest and museums in Downtown, D.C.
Downtown D.C. is comprised of the area between the National Mall, Massachusetts Avenue, the White House, and the U.S. Capitol. Among the many attractions here are the International Spy Museum, the Lunder Conservation Center, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Harman Center for the Arts. Entertainment and recreation opportunities also abound in Downtown D.C. at venues including Lucky Strike bowling alley, Regal Cinemas movie theater, and the Verizon Center where you can watch the Capitals and Washington Wizards play. The area is also rich with extraordinarily diverse dining opportunities at locally owned, fast and casual, and fine dining establishments.
All of these appeal features contribute to the allure of Downtown Washington, D.C. real estate. Downtown D.C. is located in the northwest section of D.C. and used to be nearly exclusively commercial. However, throughout the years more and more people have moved into the area and now roughly ten thousand call Downtown D.C. home. The area has a height restriction that maintains a low skyline and simultaneously prevents the population from growing too dense. This translates to limited real estate in Downtown D.C. For that reason, if you are interested in the homes for sale in Downtown D.C., you must act fast. For more detailed information regarding currently listed properties in Downtown Washington, D.C., please let us assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
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