4 Best Neighborhoods to Move to in DC

4 best Neighborhoods to Move to in DC, Moving in the DC area, Top DC Movers

Postives and Negatives about the 4 best Neighborhoods to Move to in DC

We have a ton of experience moving people from one place to another inside the DC area.  That experience has built an wide array of knowledge of the positives and negatives of each DC neighborhood.  Here is a list of the top places we recommend to live while you're in DC.

4. Georgetown- a town with a lot of history has been around before the colonial times.  Georgetown has some of the oldest homes in the District. Now it's more of a hotspot for tourists and locals who like to shop and enjoy M st. Also home to many students at Georgetown University.
Moving to Georgetown
Positives- Beautiful Waterfront, Very clost to the crescent trail, tons of shopping, 
Negatives-Parking is extremely difficult, low crime rate, no metro, tons of tourists shopping

4.Chevy Chase- If you move here, the number one question you will be asked is "Chevy Chase? Named after the actor?"... No. Once you get passed that you will show them around to a beautiful town filled with expensive homes and a great neighborhood that is on the DC MD border.
Moving to Chevy Chase 
Positives-Conveniently located near some hometown restaurants and grocery store, parking available, great place to raise a family
Negatives-$$$, Far from the nightlife, very expensive homes, 

3.Adams Morgan- The name came from the two segregated elementary schools, the all black Thomas P. Morgan Elementary School and the all white John Quincy Adams Elementary School. In 1954 the Supreme Court ruled the schools had to desegregated making Adams Morgan. Now it is none for some load nightlife on 18th street, with a number of bars and clubs featuring live music. 
Moving to Adams Morgan

Positives-Bars, clubs, Jumbo Slice, Highest point in DC (great for roof deck parties)
Negatives-High crime Area, Dangerous and loud on weekends,

#1 best Neighborhood to Move to in DC

Dupont Circle-known for it's beautiful embassies, large fountain in the heart of DC, great nightlife and a high gay and lesbian population.  This neighborhood has it all

Positives- Great for people watching, very diverse sexual orientation, best restaurants in DC, 
Negatives- Parking, Most expensive neighborhood in DC to live,

Before choosing one of these places to live make sure you read our Moving tips page

Mic Wendt

Author & Editor

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