DC Area Living
The greater Washington, DC and Northern Virginia areas are a great place to live, featuring a wide variety of work, recreation and lifestyle opportunities.
Culture & Community: For those who love to get out-and-about, we have a rich assortment of cultural activities, entertainment, shopping, festivals, outdoor recreation, and world-class restaurants.
Superior School Systems: If you are ready to raise your children in a world-class educational environment, our school systems are highly regarded and nationally competitive.
Prime Location: The region offers a robust variety of getaways ranging from a short walk to a weekend getaway within a few hours’ drive. Indulge your hearts’ desire for everything from beaches to mountains to urban attractions throughout Washington DC, Baltimore, Annapolis, Philadelphia, and New York.
Seasonal Beauty: From our world-famous Cherry Blossom Festival to the United States Botanic Garden, residents enjoy the every-changing beauty that each season brings throughout our numerous parks and outdoor venues.
Diversity: The Washington, DC area is home to a wide variety of people from different ethnic backgrounds, nationalities, religions, and economic levels, making it a wonderfully diverse and interesting place to live.
Endless opportunities, even for locals: Even if you’re a long-time Washington resident, we bet you didn’t know about some of the sites listed below. Check our DC area living guide and come back often – we update every time we find something new that you just can’t miss!