Shoppers Relocating to Top Neighborhoods in Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. is full of great places to shop and if you plan to relocate to the area, you may want to consider choosing a neighborhood close to premier shopping. The greater DC area is home to many anchor stores, such as Barnes and Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Gap, Old Navy and many others, so you won't have trouble finding your favorite brands. Many of the retail districts also feature boutiques and specialty items catering to the needs of its residents.
Shoppers moving to the city flock to the Capitol Hill area largely for its acclaimed Eastern Market. The market provides a great place to get your fresh produce, baked goods, meat, cheese, dairy products and hard-to-find spices and herbs. Every Saturday, residents enjoy the arts and crafts fair while on Sundays a large flea market full of collectibles, crafts, and antiques, opens its doors to the public.
Those looking for an upscale shopping experience can spend time at Union Station with more than 130 stores, many great restaurants and a large movie theater.
Located near the Verizon Center in Downtown DC, Penn Quarter is the heart of an active nightlife with hip restaurants, trendy shops and ongoing events and gallery openings. Those moving to the area looking for a great place for shopping and a neighborhood close to top museums will absolutely love Penn Quarter.
With a coffee shop on nearly every corner, a plethora of custom shops interspersed with more mainstream retailers, residents can find everything they need in Dupont Circle. Connecticut Avenue boasts a number of chic clothing stores, while an eclectic selection of art galleries, boutiques, gift shops and bookstores are just a few blocks away.
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