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Overview of Gaithersburg

Gaithersburg may have had humble beginnings as an agricultural hub, but today the city is renowned for having one of the most thriving technology industries in the country. Located less than an hour away from Washington D.C., apartment renters in Gaithersburg will enjoy both the convenient access to all of the attractions in the nation's capital as well as the quaint charm of a smaller community.

Living in Gaithersburg

Originally a small agricultural settlement known as Log Town, Gaithersburg began to experience rapid growth by 1873 when the B&O Railroad constructed a train station here. By 1878, Gaithersburg was officially established as its own city.

Today, the city's population surpasses 59,000, making it the fourth largest city in the state of Maryland. If you rent an apartment in Gaithersburg you'll enjoy a fun quality of life, thanks in large part to the number of programs sponsored by the the Department of Parks. These include Art in Public Places, the Backyard Concert Series, the Gaithersburg Book Festival, outdoor flea markets, and a Paws in the Park Dog Walk Festival, among many others.

History buffs living in apartments here can learn about Gaithersburg history by visiting the Family Museum in Olde Towne Gaithersburg. The community museum offers both permanent and rotating exhibits as well as interactive displays and educational programs.

In terms of public transportation, the greater Montgomery County serves the city of Gaithersburg, and residents can access the Amtrak train station at the Shady Grove Station. Other railway systems serving Gaithersburg include the MARC Commuter train system and the Metrorail/Metrobus system. Gaithersburg is also close to three domestic airports as well as one international airport.

Apartments in Gaithersburg-Study

Gaithersburg is in close proximity to a number of higher education institutions. These include Georgetown University, Montgomery College, American University, and the Catholic University of America, among many others.

Apartments in Gaithersburg-Work

Gaithersburg apartment renters looking for work will be pleased to know that economic development is a top priority in this city. Recognized for its prime location at the heart of the Washington-Baltimore region, major Gaithersburg employers include Hughes Network Systems, IBM, Lockheed Martin and MedImmune, among many others.