District of Columbia Neighborhoods
Adams Morgan is a trendy Washington, DC neighborhood, learn about its location, residents, housing, major attractions and more
The Anacostia Waterfront area of Washington, DC is undergoing a massive transformation. With a $10 billion restoration and revitalization plan underway, the Anacostia Waterfront is the city’s fastest-growing area of employment, entertainment and residential growth.
Learn about Capitol Hill as a neighborhood, its prestigious location, residents, housing, major attractions and more
Capitol Riverfront – A Washington DC Neighborhood
The Capitol Riverfront is a new 500-acre neighborhood in Washington, DC, located along the Anacostia River, south of the U.S. Capitol Building and near Nationals Park. The Capitol Riverfront is becoming a vibrant urban neighborhood and entertainment district, leading the way in green innovation and setting a new standard for growth in the...
Chinatown in Washington, DC
Washington, DC's Chinatown, see a guide to restaurants and attractions near Chinatown in Washington, DC.
City Center DC - The Old Convention Center Site
The 10-acre old Convention Center site in Downtown Washington, DC is in the process of being redeveloped. The $850 million mixed-use project is expected to include retail, housing, and office space with an upscale, 400-room hotel and 100,000 square feet of additional retail space.
Learn about Columbia Heights, a revitalized neighborhood in Washington, DC, with a 546,000 square-foot retail complex including major retailers such as Target, Best Buy, Bed Bath and Beyond and Washington Sports Club.
This Washington, DC neighborhood is home to a variety of museums, historic homes, foreign embassies, ethnic restaurants, bookstores, and private art galleries.
Embassy Row refers to a part of the city where many of the foreign embassies are located, along Massachusetts Avenue extending from Dupont Circle toward the National Cathedral.
Foggy Bottom, an historic Washington, DC neighborhood near the Potomac River, most known for the Kennedy Center, the Watergate Hotel and George Washington University.
Georgetown is a historic community with lots of attractions, shopping, restaurants and sightseeing tours.
H Street Corridor
The H Street Corridor in NE Washington, DC is a vibrant community that is developing it into an arts and entertainment district.
NoMa in Washington, DC
NoMa is a rapidly developing neighborhood in Washington, DC located just north of the U.S. Capitol and Union Station and named for its location, North of Massachusetts Avenue. NoMa is a growing neighborhood with new office, residential, hotel, and retail space.
Penn Quarter – Downtown Washington, DC
Penn Quarter is a revitalized historic neighborhood in downtown Washington, DC, an arts and entertainment district with new restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, art galleries, theaters and trendy stores.
Pennsylvania Avenue is a historic street in the heart of Washington, DC that has been the location of many important marches, parades, and protests. Connecting the U.S. Capitol to the White House, Pennsylvania Avenue is a ceremonial avenue that is among the most famous streets in the world.
Learn about the Southwest Waterfront of Washington DC, a 47-acre site along the Washington Channel that is being transformed with new restaurants, shops, condominiums, a hotel, marinas, a waterfront park, and an expanded riverfront promenade.
Washington Harbour - Georgetown
Washington Harbour, on the Georgetown waterfront, features luxury condominiums, office space, a public boardwalk and four restaurants.
The National Mall
The National Mall is the most visited area of Washington DC. See information about the Smithsonian Institution, national memorials, the Capitol Building, restaurants, parking and more.
U Street District
U Street ranks among Washington, DC’s nightlife hot spots and is home to some of the city’s best nightclubs and theaters.
Washington DC Zip Codes - By Neighborhood for the District of Columbia
This guide shows the zip codes for each neighborhood in Washington DC arranged in alphabetical order.
West Potomac Park
The national park in Washington DC is adjacent to the National Mall, west of the Tidal Basin and the Washington Monument. See a map of West Potomac Park and learn about this part of the city.
The Wharf – Washington DC Waterfront
Learn about the redevelopment of the Washington DC waterfront, the plans for the Wharf include new restaurants, shops, condominiums, a hotel, marinas, a waterfront park, and an expanded riverfront promenade.