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Georgetown Commercial Space

Washington, Dc

Georgetown at a Glance

Historic Georgetown is one of Washington, D.C.’s most cherished and well-known neighborhoods. Designated a National Historic Landmark back in 1967, Georgetown is included in the Inventory of Historic Places as well as the National Register of Historic Places. Historic Georgetown is one of Washington, D.C.’s most cherished and well-known neighborhoods. Designated a National Historic Landmark back in 1967, Georgetown is included in the Inventory of Historic Places as well as the National Register of Historic Places. Located right alongside the beautiful Potomac River, Georgetown offers excellent shopping and retail options for residents and visitors as well as world class entertainment, including Blues Alley—the oldest jazz and dinner club still in operation. The neighborhood’s main commercial corridors are located at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street and feature high-end retail establishments as well as bars, restaurants and a gorgeous enclosed shopping center, Georgetown Park. Also worth a look—the Washington Harbour waterfront eateries located at K Street, NW between 30th and 31st Streets. The landmark waterfront district was revitalized back in 2003 and features a bevy of four star hotels and restaurants. In addition to excellent shopping, Georgetown is also home to its namesake college—Georgetown University and numerous other landmarks like the Old Stone House (the oldest building in the Capitol which hasn’t been changed since it was constructed) and the Volta Bureau. The neighborhood is also home to numerous international embassies, including France, Mongolia, Thailand, Sweden and the Ukraine. Also in Georgetown, a variety of beautiful office buildings and select other structures with available office space. Given the historic nature of the neighborhood combined with the high demand for real estate in Georgetown, you can be sure that the office space available in town is going to be nice. In addition to being one of the Capitol’s primary shopping destinations and historic sites, Georgetown also is known as an affluent residential area and as a result is home to many Washington politicians and lobbyists. While the Metro does not currently service Georgetown, there are three stations relatively close by (1 mile or less) including Rosslyn (located across the Francis Scot Key Bridge), Foggy Bottom-GWU, and DuPont Circle. That being said, Georgetown residents and visitors do have other public transit options available to them, including the 30-series, D-Series and G2 Metrobuses not to mention the DC Circulator.