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About DC Metro Real Estate Market
Washington, DC was created as the National Capitol, a city of monuments and museums, power and influence. Its one hundred square miles are home to more than five hundred fifty thousand people. Quiet, tree-lined
neighborhoods cover all four quadrants of the city. H Street Corridor Real Estate, also known as Atlas District Real Estate, is known as an older, close-in neighborhood that is just beginning to thrive again with homes being renovated and businesses moving in. Capitol Hill Real Estate and Georgetown Real Estate remain strong; these areas are sought out places to live with vibrant shopping and entertainment steps away. AUPark Real Estate and Shepherd Park Real Estate on either side of Rock Creek Park, are quieter close-in neighborhoods with a more suburban feel, although both are within easy reach of shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Penn Quarter Real Estate is a ten year old amalgam of restored and new apartment buildings in downtown, surrounded by museums, shopping, restaurants and all kinds of entertainment.