Georgetown is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington, DC. Because of its location along the Potomac River, it served as a major port and economic hub during Colonial times.
Today, it is a dynamic neighborhood featuring some of DC’s finest dining, shopping, and night-life experiences. It is also home to prestigious Georgetown University. Still the historic charm of the neighborhood is not lost to visitors or residents. Many of the stately, sophisticated houses that line the cobblestone streets are 200-year-old restored row houses.
Just minutes away from Foggy Bottom, Rosslyn, and Dupont Circle metro stations and situated between Wisconsin Avenue and Rock Creek Parkway, this area allows for convenient access to all of Northwest DC and the greater metro area.