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Work in Georgetown

Georgetown is DC’s original lifestyle neighborhood. When you work in Georgetown, you’re part of an established community within a world-renowned zip code that has all the amenities, services, and uniquely urban, historic charm you need for an unparalleled work life.

Our office market is unlike any other in the region – with new restaurants and retailers opening up, fitness studios, childcare options, and countless coffee, lunch, and happy hour locations that serve an office community of tech and startup professionals, architects, urban designers, and creative entrepreneurs.

Use our map below to learn more about the available office spaces in Georgetown, and view the nearby commuter roads, public transit and bike routes. Then start grabbing some moving boxes. Georgetown may be the only neighborhood in DC that’s worth giving up that telework policy.

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1000 Potomac Street

Square footage: 124,132
Leased by: Cushman & Wakefield

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1000 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 143,000
Leased by: JGB Smith

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1010 Wisconsin Avenue

Square footage: 170,000
Leased by: RB Properties

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1025 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 295,000
Leased by: Cushman & Wakefield

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1050 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 200,000
Leased by: JBG Smith

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1054 31st Street

Square footage: 146,266
Leased by: RB Properties

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1055 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 221,124
Leased by: JBG Smith

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1101 30th Street

Square footage: 110,000
Leased by: Bernstein Management Company

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2900 K Street

Square footage: 129,136
Leased by: Lincoln Property Company

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3000-3050 K Street

Square footage: 561,135
Leased by: JLL

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3299 K Street

Square footage: 80,152
Leased by: The Bernstein Companies

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3333 Water Street

Square footage: 65,052
Leased by: Stream Realty

1000 Potomac Street

Square footage: 124,132
Available square footage: 37,279
Leased by: Cushman & Wakefield
Building amenities: Building provides proximity to Georgetown shops and restaurants including Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block, SoulCycle, Pinstripes bowling alley, Filomena, Grace Street Coffee, the AMC movie theater, and has direct proximity to the Rosewood and Ritz Carlton hotels. The building is centrally located in Georgetown, with access to the C&O Canal and Georgetown Waterfront Park.

Contact a leasing broker:

Michael Katcher, michael.katcher@cushwake.com, (202) 255 – 8810

John Skolnik, john.skolnik@cushwake.com, (703) 405 – 0578

1000 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 143,000
Available square footage: N/A
Leased by: JGB Smith
Building amenities: Building is centrally located in Georgetown with direct access to M Street shopping and restaurants including Baked & Wired, Levain Bakery, Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block and SoulCycle. Building is adjacent to the Rosewood Hotel and overlooks the C&O Canal. The property is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro, the Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

Josh Lubold, jlubold@jbgsmith.com, (202) 333-7830

Ashley Bryan, abryan@jbgsmith.com, (202) 333-7830

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1010 Wisconsin Avenue

Square footage: 170,000
Available square footage: 48,794
Leased by: RB Properties
Building amenities: Building provides proximity to Georgetown shops and restaurants including Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block, SoulCycle, Pinstripes bowling alley, Filomena, Grace Street Coffee, the Washington Harbour, and multiple hotels including The Ritz Carlton, The Graham Hotel, and the The Four Seasons. The building has easy access to Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

Ted Vogel, tv-1@rbpropertiesinc.com, (202) 342 – 1054

Idrissa Hill, Idrissa.hill@rbpropertiesinc.com, (202) 342 – 1054

1025 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 295,000
Available square footage: 120,550
Leased by: Cushman & Wakefield
Building amenities: Building is centrally located in Georgetown with direct access to M Street shopping and restaurants including Baked & Wired, Levain Bakery, Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block and SoulCycle. Building neighbors the Rosewood Hotel and Ritz Carlton and overlooks the C&O Canal. The property is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro, the Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

Michael Katcher, michael.katcher@cushwake.com, (202) 255-8810

Mark Wooters, mark.wooters@cushwake.com, (202) 739-0363

1050 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 200,000
Available square footage: 33,000
Leased by: JBG Smith
Building amenities: Building is centrally located in Georgetown with direct access to M Street shopping and restaurants including Baked & Wired, Levain Bakery, Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block and SoulCycle. Building neighbors the Rosewood Hotel and Ritz Carlton and overlooks the C&O Canal. The property is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro, the Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

Beau Pearce, bpearce@jbgsmith.com, (240) 333-7634

Scott Franklin, sfranklin@jbgsmith.com, (240) 333-3781

1054 31st Street

Square footage: 146,266
Available square footage: 24,065
Leased by: RB Properties
Building amenities: Building is centrally located in Georgetown with direct access to M Street shopping and restaurants including Baked & Wired, Levain Bakery, Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block and SoulCycle. Building is adjacent to the Rosewood Hotel and overlooks the C&O Canal. The building has easy access to Key Bridge, GW Parkway, I-66, and the Foggy Bottom Metro as well as the Georgetown Waterfront Park and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

Ted Vogel, tv-1@rbpropertiesinc.com, (202) 342-1054

1055 Thomas Jefferson Street

Square footage: 221,124
Available square footage: 62,293
Leased by: JBG Smith
Building amenities: Building is centrally located in Georgetown with direct access to M Street shopping and restaurants including Baked & Wired, Levain Bakery, Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block and SoulCycle. Building neighbors the Rosewood Hotel and Ritz Carlton and overlooks the C&O Canal. The property is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro, the Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

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Beau Pearce, bpearce@jbgsmith.com, (240) 333-7634

Scott Franklin, sfranklin@jbgsmith.com, (240) 333-3781

1101 30th Street

Square footage: 110,000
Available square footage: 7,971
Leased by: Bernstein Management Company
Building amenities: Building is centrally located in Georgetown's commercial district with proximity to Baked & Wired, Sprinkles, il Canale, and The Washington Harbour. 1101 30th Street is nearby to four hotels including the Four Seasons and the Ritz Carlton and overlooks the C&O Canal. The property is within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom Metro, and nearby the Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

Contact a leasing broker:

Austin Herndon, aherndon@bmcproperties.com, (202) 846-0474

Whitney Ellis, wellis@bmcproperties.com, (202) 846-0474

2900 K Street

Square footage: 129,136
Available square footage: 108,072
Leased by: Lincoln Property Company
Building amenities: 2900 K directly overlooks the Potomac Waterfront and provides direct access to eight Washington Harbour restaurants, including Farmers Fishers Bakers, Sequoia, and Tony and Joes Seafood. Building provides immediate access to Rock Creek Parkway, Whitehurst Freeway, the Foggy Bottom Metro, and Downtown DC.

Contact a leasing broker:

Adam Biberaj, abiberaj@lpc.com, (202) 513-6736

Merrill Turnbull, mturnbull@lpc.com, (202) 513-6713

3000-3050 K Street

Square footage: 561,135
Available square footage: 139,164
Leased by: JLL
Building amenities: Washington Harbour directly overlooks the Potomac waterfront, neighboring Georgetown Waterfront Park, with onsite restaurants including Farmers Fishers Bakers, Sequoia, and Tony and Joes Seafood Place. Washington Harbour neighbors the Four Seasons and the Ritz Carlton. Building provides a direct shuttle service to the Foggy Bottom Metro, has on site parking, and accessible to the Rosslyn Metro, I-66, and Key Bridge.

Contact a leasing broker:

Evan Behr, evan.behr@am.jll.com, (202) 719-5642

Mac Hall, mac.hall@am.jll.com, (202) 719-5019

3299 K Street

Square footage: 80,152
Available square footage: 18,558
Leased by: The Bernstein Companies
Building amenities: Building provides proximity to Georgetown shops and restaurants including Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block, SoulCycle, Blue Bottle Coffee, Filomena, AMC movie theater, the Ritz Carlton, and Washington Harbour. Office suites have views of the Potomac River and Rosslyn. The building has easy access to Key Bridge, GW Parkway, and I-66 as well as the C&O Canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Capital Crescent Trail. Building features include atrium lobby, high ceilings, and high window ratio.

Contact a leasing broker:

Gary Griffin, ggriffin@tbco.biz, (202) 478-7524

Doug Mueller, Doug.Mueller@jll.com, (202) 719-5594

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3333 Water Street

Square footage: 65,052
Available square footage: 3,326
Leased by: Stream Realty
Building amenities: Building provides proximity to Georgetown shops and restaurants including Sweetgreen, Chaia, South Block, SoulCycle, Blue Bottle Coffee, Filomena, the AMC movie theater, and offers direct access to Cady's Alley, Georgetown Waterfront Park, the C&O Canal, the Capital Crescent Trail, and Key Bridge. Building offers terrace views and overlooks the Potomac waterfront and Rosslyn, VA.

Contact a leasing broker:

John Hannon, john.hannon@streamrealty.com, (202) 595-1400

Matt Pacinelli, matt.pacinelli@streamrealty.com, (202) 595-1498

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Getting to Work Shouldn't be Work

If you live in Northwest DC, Arlington, or Montgomery Co., Georgetown is DC’s most convenient commercial center. Buses, bike trails, major roadways, and the ubiquity of ridesharing mean getting here is easier than you think.

  • 20 parking lots & garages with 3,800+ spaces, as low as $10 / day
  • Easy access to I-66, I-395, I-495, and I-270. Drive to Georgetown in less than 30 mins. from Potomac, Bethesda & Chevy Chase; 20 mins. from McLean.
  • Never miss your flight: 15 minutes to DCA, 30 minutes to IAD
  • 9 Metrobus routes and 2 Circulator routes
  • 8 Capital Bikeshare stations
  • Water taxi to The Wharf and Old Town Alexandria
  • Access Georgetown via bike on Capital Crescent Trail from Bethesda, Mount Vernon Trail from Alexandria, Custis Trail from Falls Church, K/Water Street Cycle Track from Downtown DC, and the C&O Canal Towpath from Potomac Maryland

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Watercooler at the Waterfront

Science shows that being near water makes you healthier, happier, and better at what you do. When you need a break from the office and change of scenery, there’s no better way to refresh during the day than a walk, bike ride or run in the 10-acre Georgetown Waterfront Park or along Georgetown’s one-mile stretch of the C&O Canal. After work you can put a kayak in the river in a matter of minutes, or take the water taxi to The Wharf or Old Town Alexandria. The outdoors are at your doorstep in Georgetown, where you’re closer to nature than anywhere in the CBD.

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Out of Office

Whether you’re entertaining clients, looking for lunch, running errands after work, or planning a staff retreat, the hardest part about working in Georgetown is actually staying behind your desk.

  • 100+ lunch, dinner, fine dining and happy hour options. Grab an after-workbeer at an industrial German beer hall, a glass of Pinot Noir at a French café, or the perfect drink on M Street’s newest cocktail bar.
  • 75+ drycleaners, tailors, salons, spas and banks
  • 100s of local boutiques and national/international retailers
  • 20+ coffee shops for a midday break or meeting
  • 500+ upscale and luxury hotel rooms at five hotels
  • Waterfront dining for business entertaining or private dinners
  • Less than 5 miles from Washington Nationals stadium, along Rock Creek and Potomac Parkways

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In Good Company

Don’t just take our word for it – listen to the other companies that call Georgetown home. From architects and creative agencies, to tech companies, law firms, and lobbyists, companies fall in love with the neighborhood when they locate here. Georgetown has space to accommodate organizations large and small, and it’s an ideal place for companies to start up, grow and thrive.

Additionally, proximity to the city’s top talent and decision makers is unparalleled, with experts at Georgetown University and George Washington University just around the corner, and the Hill only 15 minutes away – faster than from Downtown offices.

Here’s why some of our most innovative, creative, successful CEOs and founders call Georgetown their work home…

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FAQs

Is Georgetown DC worth visiting? ›

Georgetown University is probably the most famous part of this area, but even if you are not a student, this is a must-visit place in Washington D.C. There are so many fashionable shops, tasty restaurants, beautiful parks, and historic homes to discover.

What is Georgetown DC known for? ›

Georgetown is renowned for federalist architecture, historic brick and frame row houses, cobblestone streets, and grand estates dating back as early as the mid-1700s. Visit these historic places, many of which offer guided tours.

Is Georgetown in DC or Virginia? ›

Is Georgetown a Part of DC? A. Georgetown is part of the District of Columbia, separated from Northern Virginia by the Key Bridge. Georgetown was originally established as a tobacco port town in Maryland in 1751, and housed a lumber yard, cement works, and the Washington Flour Mill.

What is the heart of Georgetown? ›

The intersection of M and Wisconsin Avenue is the heart of Georgetown, with boutique-lined streets extending in all four directions.

What is the #1 site visited in Washington DC? ›

1. United States Capitol and Capitol Hill. The Capitol, Washington, D.C. Recognized around the world as a symbol of the United States, the Capitol is the seat of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

What is the number one attraction in Washington DC? ›

1 – The White House

At the top of the list of tourist attractions in Washington DC is, without doubt, the White House. Most visitors stopping by just take a picture of the outside. If that's what you're after, you'll get the best views from either Pennsylvania Avenue NW at Lafayette Square or The Ellipse Park.

Why is Georgetown Special? ›

Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Drawing upon the 450-year-old legacy of Jesuit education, we provide students with a world-class learning experience focused on educating the whole person through exposure to different faiths, cultures and beliefs.

Is Georgetown a rich town? ›

Approximately 82% of Georgetown families have a household income over $100,000, and most of those have incomes exceeding $200,000. This is not surprising, if not a bit depressing.

Is Georgetown wealthy? ›

Georgetown University. The median family income of a student from Georgetown is $229,100, and 74% come from the top 20 percent. About 1.9% of students at Georgetown came from a poor family but became a rich adult.

Does the DC metro run to Georgetown? ›

Georgetown University is accessible by public transit using Metrobus, Metrorail, and the DC Circulator bus.

Is Georgetown downtown DC? ›

Georgetown is a historic neighborhood, and commercial and entertainment district located in Northwest Washington, D.C., situated along the Potomac River.

Is Georgetown a ghost town? ›

Georgetown is a ghost town and abandoned coal mine site in wilderness forest on a mountainside above the Bow River several miles west of Canmore in the Canadian Rockies. It can be reached by hiking along the ski trails of the Canmore Nordic Centre, built for the 1988 Winter Olympics.

Does Georgetown have a Main Street? ›

MISSION. Georgetown Main Street's mission is to strengthen the vitality of Georgetown's small businesses by representing, promoting, and supporting the Wisconsin Avenue commercial corridor and engaging residents, businesses, community organizations, and visitors to build a vibrant Georgetown.

Where is the heart woman's body? ›

Your heart is located between your lungs in the middle of your chest, behind and slightly to the left of your breastbone (sternum). A double-layered membrane called the pericardium surrounds your heart like a sac.

Where is the heart of DC? ›

Georgetown has been known as the heart of the city, reaching back all the way to DC's conception in the 1700's. Georgetown is home to some of the oldest architecture in DC, including the Old Stone House, which is one of the oldest buildings in DC, located on the National Register of Historic Places.

How do I spend a day in DC? ›

If you're spending 24 hours in Washington DC, here are the things you really shouldn't miss.
  1. Breakfast or coffee at the Eastern Market.
  2. Tour the United States Capitol.
  3. Explore the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
  4. Discover the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
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What food is Washington DC known for? ›

Destination DC, the District's official tourism site, claims half-smokes are Washington's “signature dish.” Popular among residents as well as tourists, half-smokes combine ground pork, beef and spices in a natural casing.

How many days do you need in DC? ›

How Many Days to Spend in DC? Ideally, you'd come to Washington DC for a whole week or more! If that isn't feasible, we suggest that you need at least 3 days in Washington DC. There is enough here to fill up your days with attractions, museums, tours, as well as great food, music, and art.

What is the coolest thing in Washington DC? ›

Top Attractions in Washington DC
  1. Lincoln Memorial. 31,864. Monuments & Statues. ...
  2. National Gallery of Art. 9,283. Art Museums. ...
  3. Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. 12,376. Natural History Museums. ...
  4. Library of Congress. 9,077. ...
  5. Vietnam Veterans Memorial. 11,947. ...
  6. National Air and Space Museum. 23,394.

What is the most popular city in DC? ›

Washington, D.C. - 10 Largest Cities
NamePopulation
1Washington689,545
2Shaw17,639
3Adams Morgan15,830
4Chevy Chase9,545
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Is one day enough for Washington DC? ›

One day is simply not enough time and likely you'll leave exhausted and disappointed by all the things that you missed out on. Don't try to see Washington, DC on a layover between flights, or because it's you're on the east coast visiting another city. Plan a proper trip here.

What do you need to get into Georgetown? ›

To have the best shot of getting in, you should aim for the 75th percentile, with a 1530 SAT or a 34 ACT. You should also have a 4.01 GPA or higher. If your GPA is lower than this, you need to compensate with a higher SAT/ACT score.

Who gets into Georgetown? ›

The Georgetown acceptance rate is low. The Georgetown average GPA is 4.0, and the average Georgetown SAT scores are around 1450. That means the average admitted student had between a 3.89 and 4.1 GPA and at least a 1380 on their SAT.

Why do I want to go to Georgetown? ›

Georgetown University is one of the world's leading academic and research institutions. The school is nationally recognized for academics and offers a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world.

What is the richest part of DC? ›

The neighborhoods in the Southwest and parts of Southeast Washington, D.C., which includes the Wharf and Navy Yard, are now the most expensive in the entire Washington region.

Where do rich people live in DC? ›

Leading the way is the 20015 zip code (Barnaby Woods, Chevy Chase DC and Friendship Heights) where 57% of homeowners are considered equity-rich.

Where do the elite live in DC? ›

Westlight Condominiums located at 1111 24th Street NW. Ideally situated in the center of DC's coveted West End, the luxury residences at Westlight Condominiums are the perfect blend of effortless city living, privacy, and undisturbed tranquility.

What type of people live in Georgetown? ›

There are 10,671 residents in Georgetown, with a median age of 29. Of this, 44.59% are males and 55.41% are females. US-born citizens make up 77.22% of the resident pool in Georgetown, while non-US-born citizens account for 11.75%. Additionally, 11.03% of the population is represented by non-citizens.

Is Georgetown a historically black neighborhood? ›

Georgetown was once a predominantly African American neighborhood, and photographs from that time are featured in Georgetown University Press' Black Georgetown Remembered, first published in 1991 and reissued this past February.

What percent white is Georgetown? ›

Table
Population
Persons 65 years and over, percent 28.8%
Female persons, percent 53.3%
Race and Hispanic Origin
White alone, percent 80.6%
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What is best Metro stop for Georgetown? ›

By Metro. The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station, located on the blue, orange, and silver lines, is a short 15-minute walk from Georgetown. The Rosslyn, Virginia station, located on the blue, orange, and silver lines, is a short walk across the Key Bridge to Georgetown.

What Metro stop is Georgetown? ›

What's the nearest metro station to Georgetown in Washington? The Farragut West Metrorail Station station is the nearest one to Georgetown in Washington.

How do you get around Georgetown? ›

Getting Around Georgetown and D.C. via Public Transportation
  1. Closest Metro Stations: Foggy Bottom and Rosslyn, VA.
  2. DC Circulator.
  3. Metrobus and MetroRail.
  4. “Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle or “GUTS Bus”
  5. Biking Around Georgetown.

Why is Georgetown a Purple Heart city? ›

Georgetown is now the first city in Texas to be officially designated a Purple Heart City. The Purple Heart is awarded to anyone in the U.S. military who's been killed or wounded in combat with a declared enemy of the United States. Like Williamson County News Now on Facebook for community news.

Is Georgetown a good town? ›

Georgetown is in Essex County and is one of the best places to live in Massachusetts. Living in Georgetown offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Georgetown there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many families live in Georgetown and residents tend to lean liberal.

Is DC considered Maryland or Virginia? ›

The District of Columbia has been separate from Maryland and Virginia for over 200 years. While DC, Maryland, and Virginia work cooperatively on many regional issues, neither Maryland nor Virginia residents are interested in annexing the District of Columbia.

Where is the forgotten city Georgetown? ›

Georgetown is a ghost town in Alberta, Canada at the foot of Mount Rundle, near Banff.

What is the largest U.S. city to become a ghost town? ›

Welcome to Jerome, Arizona, America's largest ghost town.

Where is the largest ghost town in the world? ›

Ordos, China, once flush with cash, has been called the world's largest ghost town.

What is the best part of Georgetown? ›

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN GEORGETOWN
  • Georgetown Waterfront Park.
  • Old Stone House.
  • Dumbarton Oaks.
  • Oak Hill Cemetery.
  • Dumbarton House.

What shops are in Georgetown DC? ›

Georgetown Shopping Guide
  • DESIGNER CLOTHES. Sangaree. 3288 M St., NW; 202-333-4690. ...
  • PREP CENTRAL. Sherman Pickey. ...
  • VINTAGE STYLE. Annie Creamcheese. ...
  • JEWELRY AND GIFTS. Charm Georgetown. ...
  • M29 Lifestyle. 2828 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; 202-295-2829. ...
  • SHOE FIX. Major. ...
  • FOR THE BOYS. Everand's Clothing. ...
  • FUN FOR KIDS. Tugooh Toys.
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How many Jews at Georgetown? ›

At Georgetown, Jews make up only 6% of the undergraduate student body.

What side is heart pain on? ›

Most heart attacks involve discomfort in the center or left side of the chest that lasts for more than a few minutes or that goes away and comes back. The discomfort can feel like uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain.

Where do you feel heart pain at? ›

In general, chest discomfort related to a heart attack or another heart problem may be described by or associated with one or more of the following: Pressure, fullness, burning or tightness in your chest. Crushing or searing pain that spreads to your back, neck, jaw, shoulders, and one or both arms.

What does heart pain feel like for a woman? ›

Women often describe heart attack pain as pressure or tightness. And it's possible to have a heart attack without chest pain. Women are more likely than men to have heart attack symptoms unrelated to chest pain, such as: Neck, jaw, shoulder, upper back or upper belly (abdomen) discomfort.

Who is the empty hand in DC? ›

Later, it is revealed that the Empty Hand is actually the right hand of the Great Darkness itself that was once used by the aforementioned primordial entity to form the truce between itself and The Presence, with the hand in question being given its current form.

Where is the House of Mystery DC? ›

The House. The House of Mystery exists as a location in the DC Universe simultaneously just north of Louisville, Kentucky, where it was built and almost immediately abandoned by one Col. Braitwaithe before the American Civil War, and in the Dreaming.

Does Georgetown have a downtown? ›

Wander a historic downtown area right off a picture perfect postcard and shop dozens of electric art, boutique and antique shops. With its American flags, hanging flower baskets and Victorian-era buildings, downtown Georgetown exemplifies small town America.

Can you walk around Georgetown campus? ›

Georgetown's campus is in the tony Georgetown neighborhood. It is peaceful to walk the campus from which you can see the Potomac river. There are some beautiful stone buildings near the campus main gate. A stroll around is worthwhile especially when you consider many famous people walked this campus.

What is the safest part of DC? ›

Safe, Affordable Neighborhoods in Washington, DC
  • Adams Morgan.
  • Brookland.
  • Foggy Bottom.
  • Logan Circle.
  • Mount Pleasant.
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What food is DC best known for? ›

Destination DC, the District's official tourism site, claims half-smokes are Washington's “signature dish.” Popular among residents as well as tourists, half-smokes combine ground pork, beef and spices in a natural casing.

What shops are in Georgetown? ›

Georgetown Shopping Guide
  • DESIGNER CLOTHES. Sangaree. 3288 M St., NW; 202-333-4690. ...
  • PREP CENTRAL. Sherman Pickey. ...
  • VINTAGE STYLE. Annie Creamcheese. ...
  • JEWELRY AND GIFTS. Charm Georgetown. ...
  • M29 Lifestyle. 2828 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; 202-295-2829. ...
  • SHOE FIX. Major. ...
  • FOR THE BOYS. Everand's Clothing. ...
  • FUN FOR KIDS. Tugooh Toys.
30 Mar 2011

Is Georgetown on the Metro? ›

Georgetown University is accessible by public transit using Metrobus, Metrorail, and the DC Circulator bus.

Does Georgetown have a subway stop? ›

Even without a Metrorail station, plenty of people find ways to get to the shops, restaurants and rowhouses that define Georgetown.

Does Georgetown have self guided tours? ›

Come visit and see for yourself! Please email lawadmis@georgetown.edu to request a self-guided tour. All visitors to campus are required to register in advance. We will be happy to assist you with this.

Where can I walk around Georgetown DC? ›

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN GEORGETOWN
  • Georgetown Waterfront Park. The original waterfront was lined with sailing vessels and industrial buildings. ...
  • Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. ...
  • House Hunting. ...
  • Exorcist Steps. ...
  • Old Stone House. ...
  • Dumbarton Oaks. ...
  • Tudor Place. ...
  • Oak Hill Cemetery.

How long is a Georgetown tour? ›

On-Campus Visits

The sessions will last about 45 minutes and the tour takes about an hour. We are also offering tour-only options for visitors who have already attended a virtual information session. Please note that all visitors to Georgetown University must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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