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The Washington Navy Yard is the repurposed base of the United States Navy. After World War II, the Navy Yard was moved to another location. The vacant Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. became an empty lot in the District. The lot was altered over the years, and the Navy Yard became a neighborhood enclave like many other places in the city. Anyone who moves to the Navy Yard area gets to live among history, and they are still very close to the nation’s Capital building.

Apartments in Washington Navy Yard

The rental market in the Washington Navy Yard is rather expensive, but these prices pay for apartments in one of the most beautiful parts of the district. You can expect to pay anywhere from $1500 to $3000 a month in rent for an apartment, but these prices pay for some gorgeous complexes that have a lovely view of the city that runs the nation. Apartments in Washington Navy Yard provide a beautiful place to live with many amenities, and there are few private homes in this very small neighborhood.

Washington Navy Yard Dining & Entertainment

The dining and entertainment options in the Washington Navy Yard neighborhood mirror much of the rest of the city. There are several independent restaurants and bars, and there are establishments that have been in existence since the forefathers moved the capitol to the city. The neighborhood establishments will treat you like family, and everyone in the city seems to have a local haunt they can enjoy throughout the year.

Pet Friendly Washington Navy Yard Apartments

The District of Columbia is a pet friendly city, but there are many places where only guide animals are welcome. You’ll often find that pets are allowed in most Washington Navy Yard apartments. Every business has their own policy regarding pets, but there is plenty of green space in the city to walk your dog or and let your pets roam free.

Commuting From Washington Navy Yard

The commute in Washington, D.C. is a short one regardless of where you live in the city. The commute from the south side of the city into the heart of the district can be made by car or you can take local transit. There are many people who prefer to walk into the city because the district is so small in comparison to other cities. If you choose to work outside the city, you can take the metropolitan transit system into Maryland or Virginia. Some people choose to get rid of their cars when they move to Washington Navy Yard because of the crowded streets, and you may find freedom in walking or riding transit to work.

Washington Navy Yard Schools & Education

The area is served by the Washington, D.C. public school system, but there are many private schools located in the city. The public school system is saddled with financial and staffing issues, but the private schools in the area do not carry such burdens. You should enroll your child in the school that you feel best fits their needs. Also, you may want to enroll your child in a public school that is closer to your place of employment. The many education options in the city give your children a chance to learn in a safe and comfortable environment.

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