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Georgetown is a historic neighborhood, commercial and entertainment district that resides in the northwest Washington, D.C area, and sits along the Potomac River. Founded in 1751, originally in the Province of Maryland, the port of Georgetown predated the establishment of the federal district and City of Washington by some odd forty years. Georgetown itself remained a separate municipality until 1871, when the United States Congress created a consolidated government for the entire District of Columbia. Georgetown is also home to the main campus of Georgetown University and other landmarks, such as the Volta Bureau and Old Stone House, as well as numerous embassies. This makes the area a fascinating visit for both potential residents and visitors alike, especially those interested in history. With its combined entertainment and commercial offerings, Georgetown truly is an interesting neighborhood.
The Georgetown area, as well as its surrounding communities, cities and neighborhoods, all fall under a humid subtropical climate categorization. The summer seasons tend to be on the longer side, and especially hot and humid, with average daytime highs being from eighty-three to ninety-one degrees Fahrenheit. Winters, by comparison, tend to be mild to cool. The wind factor off of the water in certain areas in Georgetown also attributes to occasional chilling winds in the winter, and residents and visitors alike can also expect occasional thunderstorms, especially in the more humid summer months.
Georgetown is one area that doesn’t even need to try to be entertaining. With its slew of history, parks, recreation and outdoor activities, you and the whole family can easily find something to do in this beautiful area. Whether it is exploring the capital of the United States of America in its entirety, perusing a large market or just enjoying the outdoors, Georgetown has it all.
True 180 Fitness – 1070 Thomas Jefferson St NW – (202) 316-1457
Pinstripes – 1064 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 625-6500
Paper Source – 3019 M St NW – (202) 298-5545
Old Stone House Park – 3051 M St NW
Georgetown has all sorts of unique outlets, boutiques, shops and retail centers that are open to all kinds of shoppers. Whether you are a fashionista, a treasure hunter, a window shopper or just someone looking to indulge in a little retail therapy, Georgetown has everything you could want and then some, no matter what sort of goodies you are looking for. It is an especially attractive neighborhood for fashion aficionados, offering a slew of clothing boutiques for men and women alike.
The Phoenix – 1514 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 770-3936
Mephisto Georgetown – 1329 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 735-5336
Violet Boutique – 3289 M St NW – (202) 621-9225
Ella-Rue – 3231 P St NW – (202) 333-1598
Georgetown really brings together a luxurious dining experience from all over the world. No matter what kind of food you are craving, this wonderful area has so much to offer in the way of both exotic cuisines, fine dining, down home cooking and just an all-around fantastic eating experience, that it is easily one of the best places to find your tummy rumbling.
Simply Banh Mi – 1624 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 333-5726
Chaia – 3207 Grace St NW – (202) 333-5222
Zannchi – 1529 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 621-9162
Luke’s Lobster – 1211 Potomac St NW – (202) 333-4863
Georgetown is chocked full of history and historic locations – but that doesn’t mean that you can’t spend the night out in style. With plenty of bars, breweries, pubs and clubs around this historic neighborhood, Georgetown keeps the night life active and stylish without a doubt. Whether you want a cold one with friends or to dance the night away, you can find all that you need in Georgetown.
Georgetown Piano Bar – 3287 M St NW – (202) 798-8842
Peace Lounge – 2632 Georgia Ave NW – (202) 817-8035
Gypsy Sally’s – 3401 K St NW – (202) 333-7700
The Rooftop Bar and Lounge – 1075 Thomas Jefferson St NW – (202) 337-0900
The Georgetown area is highly praised for its school systems throughout its many suburbs. Those looking to raise a family, or to further their own education, need not worry about a shortage of schools, both conventional and unconventional; it’s the perfect opportunity to learn in one of the most bustling areas that Washington D.C has to offer.
Anna Banana Arts and Crafts – 3270 S St NW – (202) 248-0661
Georgetown University – 3700 O St NW – (202) 687-0100
National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts – 1556 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 333-2202
Georgetown Montessori School – 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 337-8058
Population density: 14,292
Median Age: 29.4
Male/Female ratio: 1.0:1
For those who are looking to make the move to any area within the Georgetown area, the local job market is not in short supply, nor is the income many residents can expect. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer. That’s not even counting the government positions available.
Central Intelligence Agency – 1000 Colonial Farm Rd – (703) 482-0623
Washington Hospital Center – 110 Irving St NW – (855) 546-1686
Department of Agriculture – 800 9th St SW – (202) 205-9689
First Line Technology – 3656 Centerview Dr # 4 – (703) 955-7510
If you want to step out for a bit and enjoy some local history or culture, the Georgetown area is in the perfect place to do so. Not only is there a rich appreciation of the sacrifices made by soldiers, but a rich history of the trials and tribulations that America has gone through surrounding the area, as well as being the hub of some of America’s most important buildings.
Library of Congress – 101 Independence Ave SE – (202) 707-5000
Old Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial – 700 Pennsylvania Ave
Georgetown Office Building – 412 1st St SE – (202) 484-7270
The Pentagon – 1400 Defense Pentagon – (703) 228-3988
Georgetown is an area that has so much to offer that seeing it is a must, whether you are looking for a place in the capital to settle down or just an area to visit that has it all, Georgetown has the best of both worlds and then some.
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