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Overview of Washington

The Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, D.C. is situated in the northwest area of the city, close to where all the action is. The community has a long and rich history going back to when the area was called the Federal City. It neighbors George Washington University and is also known for its statues, including examples of Joan of Arc, Dante and James Buchanan. If you're looking to rent an apartment that offers convenient access to your job, is close to the nightlife, offers many community and cultural events and features a diverse population, you'll be right at home here in Columbia Heights.

Apartments in Columbia Heights Washington DC

The rental market in Columbia Heights is competitive due to the popularity of the neighborhood. The average monthly rent for studio apartments in Columbia Heights DC is $1,500. Expect to pay an average of $1,900 to rent a one bedroom apartment. The average monthly rent for a two bedroom apartment is $2,600. The majority of Columbia Heights DC apartments feature amenities such as air conditioning, controlled access, on-site laundry and fitness centers and on-site parking.

Columbia Heights DC Dining & Entertainment

You won't have to go far for dining and entertainment when you live in Columbia Heights. You'll find Vietnamese, Chinese and Indian restaurants as well as diners and coffee shops. Stop into one of the local bars for a drink after work with your friends. DC USA offers convenient access to major national retailers for all the household supplies and basics that you need to outfit your new place. You can stop in for a show at Tivoli Theatre movie house. The opening of the Columbia Heights Metro Station spurred additional development in the area for retail and dining. Many national museums are just a short ride away on the subway. Favorites such as the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History offer free entertainment for your entire family.

Pet Friendly Columbia Heights DC Apartments

The majority of rental complexes in Columbia Heights are friendly to pets. Some buildings allow cats only but service animals are always welcome. You may need to pay a non-refundable deposit for your pet or a monthly fee. Most units allow a maximum of two cats or one dog. To keep your pets healthy, schedule an annual checkup at a local veterinarian such as Georgetown Veterinary Hospital or Union Vet Clinic. Local pet groomers including Claws & Paws or Bonnie's Dog and Cat Grooming. You'll find everything your pet needs at Petco. Be sure to regularly visit Columbia Heights Dog Park to keep your pooch active.

Commuting From Columbia Heights DC

The neighborhood is served by the Columbia Heights Metro Station as well as multiple bus lines. Most people in the area utilize public transportation because the rush hour traffic extends into the early morning and late evening hours. The mass transit is considered by residents of the community to be reliable and convenient although tends to be crowded during prime commuting times.

Columbia Heights DC Schools & Education

School aged children in Columbia Heights are served by the District of Columbia Public Schools. Neighborhood public schools include Cardozo High School, Benjamin Banneker Academic High School, Bell Multicultural Senior High School, Booker T. Washington Public Charter School for the Technical Arts, Lincoln Middle School, Bruce Monroe Elementary School, Park View Elementary School and Tubman Elementary School. Charter schools in the community include DC Bilingual Public Charter School, AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School, Capital City Public Charter School, Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, Children's Studio Public Charter School and E. L. Haynes Public Charter School. There are no private schools within the borders of Columbia Heights.

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