About The Palisades
The Palisades neighborhood in northwest Washington, DC is a quiet, picturesque community that captures the small town feel while still offering a big city appeal. This desirable area is known for some of the most luxurious and architecturally interesting homes in the city as well as unparalleled, striking views of the Potomac.
This is the quintessential family community. This area boasts exciting annual traditions such as the District’s longest running 4th of July Parade, which brings together the entire community as well as local DC bands, socialites, and politicians. In addition to some of DC’s most celebrated restaurants, the area has fantastic walking and biking trails along the C&O Canal as well as a year-round local farmers’ market.
The Palisades is truly a commuters dream. It’s location at the very northwest corner of the District offer easy access to the rest of Washington, DC, but also important employment hubs such as the K Street, Dulles, and 270 Tech Corridors and all regional airports.