The Communities We Serve
From the bustling streets of Logan Circle to the vibrant sidewalks of the H Street Corridor, DC is brimming with neighborhoods for every style and taste.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a spacious single-family home or an urban townhouse, the entire DC region offers a variety of homes that are sure to meet your needs. And with the equally alluring Northern Virginia and Maryland communities at your fingertips, it’s never been easier to find your place.
Let’s Dig A Bit Deeper
Allow us to introduce you to some of our favorite neighborhoods and communities in the DC Metro area:
Capitol Hill and Eastern Market
The iconic Eastern Market is home not only to its large daily market but an immense collection of fantastic dining options and easy access in and around the city. In addition, Capitol Hill is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the city and features charming row house after row house for aspiring buyers.
Most notably home to American University’s main campus, Spring Valley is an affluent neighborhood that offers tree-lined streets and large, stately homes. In an area of only residential homes, politicians, journalists, and lawyers are among the prestigious residents of this charming enclave.
A quiet community that sits just to the northwest of Georgetown University, Palisades encapsulates that “small town in a big city” vibe to a tee. This is an area that is known to be quiet, a diversity of housing types, and a family-friendly atmosphere that makes it lovely for families old and new.
Located on the northernmost tip of DC’s northwest quadrant, Shepherd Park is a friendly, diverse, and suburban neighborhood that offers an affordable location with investment potential in this popular and thriving neighborhood that features a truly distinct sense of community.
On the border of Silver Spring, Maryland, and Rock Creek Park, homes in Colonial Village are often medium-to-large in size and offer a distinctly secluded feel in this diverse, family-friendly area. Best known for its close relationship to nearby Shepherd Park, this is an area that is both inclusive and sparkles with local pride.
16th ST Heights
Featuring a short commute to downtown DC, 16th Street Heights offers a true assortment of different housing types that goes into its residential and friendly atmosphere. With great transportation options, as well as convenient local amenities, this is an area best known for its beautiful (and affordable) housing and quiet lifestyle.
An upscale neighborhood that features manicured lawns, beautiful homes, and quiet streets with almost no traffic, Crestwood homes often offer spectacular views of Rock Creek Park that make them especially desirable for would-be locals. Featuring an isolated feel, while still offering easy access to many of the area’s most popular neighborhoods, Crestwood is a dream.
Featuring a distinctly laid back and historic feel to it, Mount Pleasant is an area that is located in between two major neighborhoods in DC: Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights. With a strong Latin influence, this is an area that is perfect for those who want all of the creature comforts of the city in a decidedly unique setting.
While it might be best known for President Lincoln’s cottage, Petworth is a charming neighborhood that resides in the northwest corner of the city. This is an up-and-coming area that offers a great deal of variety for buyers, with a selection of homes in a unique setting that welcomes newfound locals with open arms.
Found on the border of 16th St Heights and Takoma, Brightwood has been in steady redevelopment since 2006. With tree-lined streets and well-cared-for lawns, this area offers easy city living in an idyllic suburban setting. It is a quiet enclave that exists at the northern tip of DC.
A developing area that is growing at a rapid clip, the SW Waterfront area is one where new shops and restaurants are always cropping up. At the same time, you can find some of the city’s oldest buildings in this area, too, which adds to the charm of this immense urban renewal project.
Navy Yard has quickly become one of the hottest areas along the DC waterfront in recent years. Featuring a host of new projects, hotels, bars, and restaurants, this is an area that is growing quickly. Many buyers come here for the convenience, the nearby amenities, and exciting new developments.
One of the biggest neighborhood developments in DC, the Wharf is the crown jewel of the redevelopment of the city’s waterfront area. A mile-long stretch along the Potomac River, the Wharf attracts many investors and young professionals who truly want to be part of the next exciting phase of growth within the city.
Containing some of the highest elevations in DC, AU Park is named for nearby American University Park and offers street after street of manicured lawns and cute homes linked by back alleyways. This is a peaceful, community-minded area, perfect for families, which also includes shopping nearby and metro stations only a few blocks away.
Many families and young professionals call Tenleytown home, thanks to the impressive amount of selection that you can find in this diverse area. With its own charms and character, this is an area that perfectly encapsulates a small-town feel in a big city, with the friendliness and the nearby amenities to match.
Sitting at the center of several very popular areas, the West End has Dupont Circle to its north, Georgetown to the west, and downtown DC’s business district to its east. This is what has made this area particularly popular for both condo buildings and high-end hotels. This is an area primed for first-time buyers or investors in the DC metro area.
While situated close to downtown DC, Bloomingdale feels like a community unto itself. This is an area that offers a small commercial center, as well as blocks of tree-lined streets and Victorian row houses with porches and front stoops. Thanks to its tight-knit atmosphere, this is a great area for just about any potential buyer.
One of the most diverse areas of the city, LeDroit is bordered by Howard University, Rhode Island Avenue, and Florida Avenue. Initially, a gated suburban community, this area’s history is one of change and has ultimately become one of the most diverse areas in the city. For those looking for an exclusive residence, this is a great area for any buyers.
A largely residential area in DC’s northeast quadrant, Trinidad real estate has seen a large influx of change since 2008, becoming an incredibly popular area for young professionals looking to settle down. Featuring vibrant murals, a dog park, and a recreation center, this is an area that shows no signs of slowing down its already-impressive growth.
Within the Arlington area, Ballston is a mix of older and newer developments that defines its character as an area filled with contrasts. Locals here are drawn to it thanks to its delightful mix of both urban and suburban living.
Clarendon is known for its eclectic mix of unique shops, trendy bars, and small restaurants. It has both an urban feel in the center of town, with residential areas surrounding it that offer a host of options for any would-be buyer.
Takoma Park is a planned community suburb that can be found off the Takoma metro station. It has a liberal, activity history, and presents as a suburban enclave for both buyers and investors alike who want to live somewhere with real character.
Bordering on Chevy Chase in Washington, this area in Maryland features a picturesque suburban setting in a planned community whose members benefit from close proximity to the city (with the benefit of a suburban lifestyle).
Situated on the border of DC, Silver Spring, Maryland offers a diverse selection of housing options and an exciting sense of growth thanks to the nearby amenities and recently redeveloped shopping center. This is an area that marries convenience with charm with ease for any interested buyers.