12 Apr Best places to live in the DMV
Are you looking for a place to live in the Washington/Maryland/Virginia area? Thousands of people are moving to this area for work, school, and internships. If you need to be close to the Metro, Old Town Alexandria may be a good choice. If you are looking for a great night life that caters to millennials, you may want to try the Mosaic District just outside the Capitol Beltway. And if you want to be close to internships, Capitol Hill is the number one housing choice. Short term furnished housing demands and long term living needs are fueling a rapid growth in the residential housing market in the DMV area.
Even with COVID waning, hundreds of people are moving to the DMV starting new jobs and internships and finding ideal housing.
So where is the best place to live in Washington, DC? Capitol Hill. If you are looking for housing and don’t need to be close to a Metro, then your address may be Georgetown. Thousands of college students will be arriving back in the DMV area for summer and fall classes. Whether you are interning or starting your career, finding good housing is job number one.