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Washington, DC Apartments for Rent

425 Massachusetts Avenue NW
$1,655+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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1210 Massachusetts Avenue
$1,765+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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2400 M Street NW
$1,845+
Studio to 3 bedrooms
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3700 Massachusetts Avenue NW
$1,910+
Studio to 3 bedrooms
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2601 Woodley Place NW
$1,825+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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2501 Porter Street NW
$2,070+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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3003 Van Ness Street NW
$1,415+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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2727 29th Street NW
$1,770+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
43 photos
4411 Connecticut Avenue NW
$1,965+
1 to 2 bedrooms
53 photos
2000 N Street NW
$1,924+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
57 photos
1616 18th Street NW
$2,039
Studio to 1 bedroom
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4601 Connecticut Avenue
$1,925+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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1500 Massachusetts Avenue NW
$1,635+
Studio to 1 bedroom
33 photos
442 M Street NW #2
$1,800
1 bedroom / 1.0 baths
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1320 R Street NW #1
$2,600
1 bedroom / 1.0 baths
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Georgetown Furnished English Basement
$1,750
1 bedroom / 1.0 baths
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Beaux-Arts Historic Charming Parisian Style One...
$2,150
1 bedroom / 1.0 baths
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$1,799+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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$2,145+
Studio to 1 bedroom
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$1,597+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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Area Information

Washington, D.C. is the nation's capital city and is the home of the federal government. Founded in 1790, Washington, D.C. was named after the 1st president of the United States, George Washington. The city was famously planned by Pierre L'Enfant in the Baroque style with large boulevards and streets.

Living in Washington, D.C.

Washington, DC is one of the most livable cities in the United States with great sidewalks, trails, and public transportation. The 5 lines and 40 DC stations of the metro system are open 5am-12am during the week and 7am-3am during the weekends, making transportation easy.

Attractions

Washington, D.C. offers a wide array of activities for everyone to enjoy.

You can tour the national monuments, play on the Mall, visit the White House and Federal buildings, and take advantage of the Smithsonian museums.

For those interested in the performing arts, there are also many opportunities to catch a play or musical at the John F. Kennedy Center, the Washington National Opera, and the National Theatre.

For those looking for fine dining, shopping, and a nightlife make sure to check out historic Georgetown and vibrant Adams Morgan.

Nature lovers can walk through Rock Creek Park, hike along the C&O Canal, or kayak down the Potomac River. There is no shortage of outdoor fun activities in and around Washington, DC!

Professional Sports in Washington, D.C.:

Baseball (MLB) -- Washington Nationals / RFK Stadium

Basketball (NBA) -- Washington Mystics / Verizon Center

Basketball (WNBA) -- Washington Wizards / Verizon Center

Football (NFL) -- Washington Redskins / FedEx Field

Hockey (NHL) -- Washington Capitals / Verizon Center

Lacrosse (MLL) -- Washington Bayhawks / Multiple

Soccer (MLS) -- DC United / RFK Stadium

Interesting Fact about Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is also the home of HotPads - our office is based in Georgetown.

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