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Studio Unit/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1380

2122 Massachusetts Avenue

Washington, DC 20008
$1,380 - $1,799/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2525

35 N St NE

Washington, DC 20002
$2,525/mo

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Studio Unit/2.5 Bath - Room for Rent - $1275

1331 I Street Northeast, Washington DC, DC, 20002

Washington, DC 20002
$1,075 - $1,275/mo

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Studio Unit/1.5 Bath - Room for Rent - $1275

504 3rd Street Southeast, Washington DC, DC, 20003

Washington, DC 20003
$1,225 - $1,325/mo

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2 Bed/2 Bath - House for Rent - $2295

4600 Connecticut Ave NW APT 305

Washington, DC 20008
$2,295/mo

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2 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2466

2530 Q St NW

Washington, DC 20007
$2,466/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2450

2154 Florida Ave NW

Washington, DC 20008
$2,450 - $3,950/mo

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3 Bed/2.5 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $4713

2900 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20008
$1,659 - $4,713/mo

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Studio Unit/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $2284

1764 Columbia Rd NW

Washington, DC 20009
$2,284 - $2,345/mo

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Studio Unit/3.5 Bath - Room for Rent - $1025

1727 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, Washington DC, D

Washington, DC 20001
$1,025 - $1,300/mo

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Our nation's capital is not only the center of the United States government, but it is also a large cultural center, seeped in history and heritage. Moving to Washington D.C. can be an incredible educational opportunity, as residents get to experience many of the destinations that have played a pivotal role in our nation's development. Washington D.C. also has plenty of entertainment venues and sporting arenas, meaning there is always something to see and do in this thriving community on the East Coast.

The District of Columbia is divided into 8 different wards. Within each ward, there are several different neighborhoods. Each of these neighborhoods has an incredibly unique identity, giving the city a very diverse feel. Researching each of these neighborhoods thoroughly is the best way to make certain that the area is the right fit.

Dupont Circle is a natural destination for renters who love the urban feel. This neighborhood is home to countless lofts and condos, all of which are located in close vicinity of neighborhood hot spots, such as bars and restaurants. Most of the residents in this area are young couples. There is also a thriving gay community in Dupont Circle.

For those searching for the quintessential Washington D.C. experience, Capitol Hill is the place to look. This historic neighborhood is filled with large homes, situated on wide streets that feature large trees and expanses of green. This area is particularly remarkable, thanks to the government buildings that surround it, leaving no question that you are in Washington D.C. Most of the rental properties in this area will likely be larger homes, though some small bungalows may also be available.

In addition to DC itself, there are also many upcoming neighborhoods in Maryland. Chevy Chase is a great location for families who crave the suburban lifestyle, but do not wish to live far away from the city. There are plenty of different parks and playgrounds in Chevy Chase, making it easy to keep little ones entertained. There are a wide assortment of different homes that can be rented in Chevy Chase, as well as Section 8 housing options.

While northern Virginia has not traditionally been a very popular place in terms of living in Washington D.C., the area has gone through somewhat of a resurgence in recent years, with many young professionals living in the area. Ballston is one example of a great place with lots of restaurants and bars populated by a younger crowd. It is also located relatively close the District, just across the bridge from D.C.

Finding the right rental property can be a challenge, but it is well-worth the effort to find a great place in Washington D.C. With its diverse population and many entertainment destinations, Washington D.C. perfectly blends the old and the new. Life in the capital is never dull, as life unfolds on the same streets where history has been made. Washington D.C. also welcomes some of the most important figures in the world throughout the year, making this city an exciting place to call home.