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    • Finding Apartments for Rent in Washington, D.C.

      Washington, D.C. is home to a varied and unique population that offers something for everyone. From the politicians to the local student populations, the apartment options are as varied as as the people who live in them. There are a number of different neighborhoods in the city, each offering an individual character and particular benefits. Apartment options range from studios to more luxurious suites with several bedrooms. In addition to standard apartment criteria, new residents should also investigate features such as parking or proximity to metro services and mass transportation, which can be very valuable in the city.

      Top Neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.

      Capitol Heights, which offers beautiful residences near the center of town, has a number of apartment buildings near the eastern portion of the neighborhood. It is near Union Station, which offers easy transportation throughout the city and even to the rest of the region. Petworth is another popular area, with plenty of family friendly parks, easy transportation, and new commercial development gives the area an up-and-coming feel. Cleveland Park is also popular. While the nearest metro is a twenty minute walk, there are plenty of bus stops and things to do in the area, including American University, the National Cathedral, and popular eateries. Venturing into nearby Georgetown offers plenty to see, eat, and shop as well.

      Cultural Attractions in Washington, D.C.

      As the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. offers a variety of cultural things to see and do. The Smithsonian museums are always free, and offer art, cultural history, national history, aviation, and more. Many visitors find they can return time and again to these museums and find something new. The National Zoo is immensely popular on nice days, and visitors love to try and see the pandas.

      There are also the famous national monuments and landmarks, such as the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial. The Vietnam Memorial is famous for the the intense emotion it can elicit and the Korean War Veterans Memorial lends itself to reflection as well. Just outside of the city, visitors and locals alike will venture to Arlington National Cemetery to commemorate and thank the generations of soldiers who have passed while defending this nation. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier continues to be regularly guarded.

      The political sites of the capital city will take several days themselves to see. The Capitol Building and the White House are excellent photo opportunities. The National Archives house pieces like the Declaration of Independence as well. Those who look to spend time in nature despite being in the busy city can venture to the Botanical Gardens or the Arboretum for some time admiring more natural wonders. Throughout the year there are also various performances, from concerts to live performances, at the Kennedy Center. Living in Washington, D.C. means never having to struggle to come up with educational or enriching activities to do.

      Dining in Washington, D.C.

      Washington, D.C. is a metropolitan area with a diverse population, all of whom have brought their local cuisines to the area. The cultural landscape of the city includes a number of immigrants from Ethiopia, which means that the city and surrounding areas are home to a number of excellent restaurants that offer this type of food. Other popular types of food include India, found at places such as Rasika; Spanish food, which is found at a number of tapas restaurants and popular places like Estudio; and Chinese food, thanks to the area’s Chinatown. The proximity to Maryland and the coast means that seafood remains immensely popular with the locals. City staples, like Ben’s Chili Bowl, continue to be sought after for some hearty, delicious food. There are also a number of quality wine bars, steakhouses, and restaurants with a traditional American menu.

      Transportation Options in Washington, D.C.

      For those living within the immediate D.C. metro area, the city has a reliable metro system that stretches into neighboring areas, such as Silver Spring, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. It is worth noting, however, that the metro is only open from 5 am - 12 am during the week and 7 am - 3 am on the weekends, so those who work odd hours or are planning on spend the night on the town must plan accordingly. While the metro tends to be relatively convenient in the downtown areas, the further one gets from the center of the city, the more spread out the stops tend to be. This can make it difficult for some people to reach the nearest metro station without a second form of transportation. The city also offers a thorough bus system, which claims to be one of the busiest in the country. Often people who cannot reach a metro stop easily can use the bus to get where they are looking to go or use the bus to reach the metro station itself.

      Those who live further from the city have the option of commuter trains. Union Station is serviced by Amtrak, Maryland’s MARC trains, and Virginia’s VRE. From Union Station, commuters can reach a variety of government buildings, or take the metro or buses that service the station. Those looking for a more personalized mode of transportation, can also use taxis. While many people do drive within the city, finding free parking spot is often impossible, and paid parking can get very expensive.

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      1100 6th Street SW Washington, DC 20024 (202) 360-4879

      Special offer: First Month's FREE!* *Offer may not be combined with any other special. On approved credit. $1650 - $3050

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      The View at Waterfront community located in Southwest, DC offers studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes with all utilities included. This community offers its residents fine finishes and luxurious apartment homes complete with panoramic views of Washington, DC and the Potomac River. Each apartment home has a fully equipped kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, dark maple cabinetry and hardwood floors.

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      250 K St. NE Washington, DC 20002 (877) 392-4551

      Call for specials. $1259 - $16370

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Loree Grand at Union Place is the District's new apartment address where the NoMa neighborhood (North of Massachusetts Avenue) meets the 21st century.

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      1600 Maryland Avenue Washington, DC 20002 (866) 723-9027

      Call for Specials. $1585 - $4914

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Just steps from the electric H Street Corridor, the Flats at Atlas defines upscale urban living.

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      100 Florida Ave NE Washington, DC 20002 (866) 720-1696

      Call for Specials $1856 - $3127

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      It is time to discover the new heights of NoMa at Elevation at Washington Gateway.

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      565 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20001 (877) 418-9427

      $1916 - $6513

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Across America's Main Street from the National Mall, is a select group of superlative urban living spaces: the Newseum Residences.

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      1255 25th Street NW Washington, DC 20037 (877) 584-2616

      $2567 - $9184

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 3 Baths

      Enter a modern world in harmony - where nature meets the city, where sustainability meets uncompromised luxury.

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      3700 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20016 (855) 774-5418

      $1925 - $3565

      • Studio - 3 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Located in Cathedral Heights with access to Georgetown, Rock Creek Park, restaurants and theaters. Enjoy our lap pool, 24 hour fitness center and multi-media center.

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      2727 29th St. NW Washington, DC 20008 (855) 293-6463

      Save on parking - reserved parking only $100 per month on select units or Save up to $500 [Offer good thru 5/14/2014] $1680 - $3350

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Located within walking distance of the National Zoo, Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, the unique shops and restaurants of Woodley Park and all the conveniences of Connecticut Avenue. Enjoy the furnished rooftop sundeck, 24-hour fitness center, resident clubroom and lounge and resident storage/bicycle room.

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      2400 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20037 (202) 684-7732

      $1549 - $3294

      • Studio, 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Enjoy luxury living in one of Washington's best locations at 2400 Pennsylvania Avenue!

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      460 L Street NW Washington, DC 20001 (202) 360-4853

      $1765

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Simplicity is when your morning espresso, daily workout, weekly groceries and nights on the town are all right downstairs. Simplicity is Gables City Vista.

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      2201 N St. N.W. Washington, DC 20037 (888) 581-0826

      Stop by for a tour of our newly renovated apartments and amazing amenities including gorgeous rooftop, updated gym, indoor pool and continental breakfast. Act quickly and save on your move in cost! $2195 - $4305

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Westbrooke Place is located in the heart of Washington, DC between Dupont Circle and Georgetown. We are also conveniently located close to all the best shopping, entertainment and dining. Westbrooke Place makes living easy.

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      1160 First Street NE Washington, DC 20002 (888) 482-9008

      $1705 - $5127

      • Studio - 3 Beds
      • 1 - 3 Baths

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      5210 3rd Street, NE Washington, DC 20011 (202) 730-9338

      $1328 - $2781

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

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      215 C Street SE Washington, DC 20003 (202) 609-8562

      $1600

      • Studio, 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      215 C Street is Capitol Hill's most convenient address. Walk out your front door and you're steps from the House & Senate Buildings, Pennsylvania Ave and all the shops, restaurants and social scene that is synonymous to Capitol Hill.

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      7035 Blair Rd. NW Washington, DC 20012 (866) 440-6324

      $1516 - $2735

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Introducing an innovative green apartment community. Constructed under strict LEED green building standards, this eclectic community is ultimate living, with the environment in mind.

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      443 New York Ave Nw Washington, DC 20001 (877) 228-8695

      $1716 - $3497

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Welcome to Yale West Apartments.

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      2327 Good Hope Ct. SE Washington, DC 20020 (866) 346-0370

      $1340 - $1535

      • 2 - 3 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Woodmont Crossing: A capital location for smart living.

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      4201 7th St. SE Washington, DC 20032 (866) 544-0709

      $695 - $1365

      • Studio - 3 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Imagine living within minutes of Capitol Hill and downtown Washington.

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      1425 P St. NW Washington, DC 20005 (866) 842-1989

      $1800 - $3850

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      The Hudson and DeSoto is a brand new apartment development directly across from Whole Foods in one of Washington DC's hottest neighborhoods.

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      910 15th St NW Washington, DC 20005 (866) 544-0723

      $1749 - $8549

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Living Excellence

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      3003 Van Ness St. NW Washington, DC 20008 (855) 586-6420

      $1596 - $3113

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Located just one block off Connecticut Avenue, close to the Van Ness/UDC Metro stop, Rock Creek Park, shops and restaurants. Enjoy our Olympic-size swimming pool, 24-hour fitness center, and concierge.

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      4607 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20008 (866) 546-7639

      $1350 - $2650

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      <b>Call today to find out about our specials! Select apts. Restrictions apply. May end without notice.</b>

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      811 Quincy Street NW Washington, DC 20011 (240) 455-3150

      $1400 - $2400

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Introducing New Quin! The New Hampshire and The Quincy, collectively known as New Quin.

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      750 6th St. S.E. Washington, DC 20003 (202) 407-9474

      $1162 - $2670

      • 1 - 3 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      The Townhomes on Capitol Hill, a Limited Equity Cooperative, combines fanciful facades with spacious homes for a wonderful living experience.

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      3850 Tunlaw Rd Washington, DC 20007 (864) 605-3026

      $1541 - $2859

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Apartments in Glover Park, D.C. Metro

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      255 Carroll St NW Washington, DC 20012 (202) 407-9586

      $1485 - $3150

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Brand New Apartments in Takoma Park.

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      6600 Luzon Ave NW Washington, DC 20012 (240) 547-2483

      $1295 - $1895

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      The Luzon and Van Buren is the perfect balance of lifestyle and community in this sought-after Northwest community.

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      130 M Street, NE Washington, DC 20002 (888) 813-2231

      $1739 - $3823

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Choose from a variety of apartment homes ranging from studios to two bedroom with den that are designed to fit your lifestyle.

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      300 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 (864) 469-0853

      $1592 - $3562

      • Studio - 2 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Luxury apartment building in a hip Gallery Place neighborhood. At Mass Court, the city is your backyard!

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      2300 Washington Pl. NE Washington, DC 20018 (866) 458-9933

      $1734 - $6242

      • 1 - 3 Beds
      • 1 - 3 Baths

      Rhode Island Row: A brand new urban community of apartments, restaurants, shops, and a Main Street scene, right on the Red Line.

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