The infamous 97 steps situated between M Street NW and Prospect Street in Georgetown have recently been granted “historic landmark status” by the Historic Preservation Review Board. Better known as the “Exorcist ...Read More
Georgetown is one of the oldest and perhaps best known neighborhoods in Washington, DC, located in the northwest quadrant. Home to Georgetown University as well as the embassies of France, Mongolia, Sweden, Thailand, among others, Georgetown is a picturesque collection of 18th century row houses set on tree-lined cobblestone streets. Prospective residents can also choose from a variety of new luxury condominium developments where a number of Washington’s elite make their homes including 3303 Water, the Residences at Harbourside, and Washington Harbour, among others. Read more about Georgetown real estate.
Georgetown’s pretty exterior along the Potomac River belies its mix of high-end shopping outlets, nightclubs and destination dining experiences. The vibrant Georgetown nightlife is well-known as a tourist attraction to visitors and residents alike.
Georgetown is bounded by the Potomac River to the north, Georgetown University, Montrose Park and Rock Creek Parkway. The main thoroughfares are M Street and Wisconsin Avenue. The Georgetown neighborhood is not served directly by a Metro Station with the nearest stations all located approximately one mile away, including Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, and Rosslyn.
The infamous 97 steps situated between M Street NW and Prospect Street in Georgetown have recently been granted “historic landmark status” by the Historic Preservation Review Board.... Read more
Historic, million-dollar rowhouses – check. Cobblestones -- check. Chic, trendy boutiques and exclusive eateries – check. Waterfront living -- check. Wait -- waterfront living in ... Read more
The Shops at Georgetown Park will soon see the opening of a unique entertainment and dining complex slated for a January 2014 debut. This new "Pinstripes" complex provides two floors of fun, ... Read more
With so many choices on where to spend New Year's Eve in DC, it's worth focusing on a couple of high-profile parties in Georgetown that promise entertainment as well as superb food. Project NYE DC ... Read more
With its cobblestone sidewalks and historic homes, Georgetown is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. From special occasion splurges at one of Georgetown's many eateries to one-of-a-kind ... Read more