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Why Do Residents Choose Washington, DC?

Things to Do

Aside from being the capital, Washington, DC is probably best known for its variety of monuments and museums. While the National Mall is a great place to go for free browsing, there are tons of other great museums to explore that are a little removed from tourist traffic.

If you're in the mood to explore history, arts, and culture, check out spots like The Phillips Collection, the Newseum, or the International Spy Museum.

Parks & Rec

While you might not associate Washington, DC with parks and green space, the city is actually home to tons of great outdoor spaces. Whether you're looking to explore local flora and fauna or get in a quick hike, there are several options to choose from.

Looking for a waterfront stroll and views of the monuments? Try out West Potomac Park. For hiking trails, golf and tennis, head to Rock Creek Park. If you want to explore plants and wildlife, Kenilworth Park is your best bet. 

Top-Notch Schools

The DC School District serves almost 50,000 students across their 115 schools. With hundreds of athletic teams, increased access to paid internships, and a vast array of Advanced Placement courses, the District is dedicated to helping students reach their full potential, both in and out of the school environment. 

Shopping & Dining

From chain retailers to a collection of local business, the DC area is filled with plenty of shopping. For shopping centers with a convenient collection of stores, check out CityCenter DC, Spring Valley Shopping Center, or Chevy Chase Metro Plaza.

If you're looking to explore the finest flavors of the city, you'll be pleased to know that DC always stays up-to-date with the latest in culinary trends. We recommend can't-miss spots like Little Beast, Call Your Mother, and St. Anselm.

Employment

Since DC is the Nation's Capital, it offers residents a bustling and diverse job market. A few of the largest employers in the area include MedStar Health, Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, and Capital One Financial. No matter what career field you're looking for, you're likely to find it in the DC area. 

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Washington, DC at a Glance

Travel & Commute

Bethesda: 7.6 mi
Potomac: 12.9 mi
BWI Airport: 32.8 mi
Major Roads: I-195, MD-295, US-50

Quick Facts

Population: 693,972
Zip Codes: 20222, 20515, 20060, 20224, 20226, 20064, 20229, 20071, 20530, 20533, 20532, 20250, 20091, 20543, 20542, 2054, , 20262, 20268, 20549, 20303, 20317, 20319, 20374, 20373, 20585, 20593, 20390, 20392, 20402, 20401, 20001, 20003, 20002, 20005, 20004, 20007, 20006, 20009, 20008, 20011, 20010, 20422, 20012, 20016, 20015, 20018, 20017, 20020, 20019, 20433, 20431, 20024, 20032, 20030, 20037, 20036, 20202, 20203, 20044, 20052, 20057, 20507, 20510, 20220, 20059, 20509
County: District of Columbia County
Median Home Price: $506,100

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