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Washington D.C., the capital city and administrative district of the United States, is located in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area which includes Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. The centers of all three branches of the United States federal government and many federal agencies are located in Washington D.C. The district is also home to many popular historical landmarks, museums, and cultural facilities. The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts hosts the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington Opera, and the Washington Ballet. The Bohemian Caverns Jazz Club is one of the most popular jazz clubs in the area. Washington is also known for its many prestigious colleges and universities such as Georgetown University, American University, and George Washington University. The district has excellent and highly accessibly public transportation, providing the community with many highways, commuter trains, Greyhound buses, and the Washington Metro. Washington Dulles International Airport is a hub for several the major airlines.
|2010 Census Data||Washington||District of Columbia County||District of Columbia||United States|
|Land area in square miles||61||61||61||3,531,907|
|People per sq. mi.||9,864||9,864||9,864||87|
|2010 Real Estate Market Data||Washington||District of Columbia County||District of Columbia||United States|
|Total Housing Units||296,719||296,719||296,719||131,704,730|
Washington NeighborhoodsAdam Morgan, Adams Morgan, Anacostia, Arboretum, Barnaby Woods, Barry Farm, Bellevue, Bellview, Benning, Berkeley, Beuna Vista, Bloomingdale, Brentwood, Brightwood Park, Brookland, Buena Vista, Burleith, Burrville, Buzzard Point, Capitol Hill, Capitol View, Cardoza, Cardozo Shaw, Carver, Cathedral Heights, Chevy Chase, Chinatown, Cleveland Park, Columbia Heights, Congress Heights, Crestwood, Deanwood, Douglas, Eastland Gardens, Eckington, Edgewood, Embassy Row, Fair Lawn, Fairfax Village, Fairlawn, Fairmont Heights, Foggy Bottom, Forest Hills, Fort Davis Park, Fort Dupont, Fort Lincoln, Fort McNair, Fort Stanton, Fort Totten, Foxhall, Friendship Heights, Garfield Heights, Gateway, Georgetown, Glover Park, Good Hope, Grant Park, Greenway, Hawthorne, Hill East, Hillandale, Hillbrook, Hillcrest, Hillsdale, Historic Anacostia, Howard University, Ivy City, Kaloaama Heights, Kenilworth, Kingman Park, Knox Hill, Lamond Riggs, Langdon, Langston, Lanier Heights, Le Droit Park, Le Drolt Park, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Park, Logan Circle, Lower Central Northeast, Lower Fairfax Village, Mahaning Heights, Manor Park, Marshall Heights, Mass Avenue Heights, Massachusetts Heights, Mayfair, McLean Gardens, Michigan Park, Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Vernon Square, Naylor Gardens, Palisades, Park View, Penn Branch, Petworth, Pinehurst Circle, Pleasant Hills, Pleasant Plains, Port Lincoln, Queens Chapel, Randle Highlands, River Terrace, Rock Creek Gardens, Shaw, Shepherd Park, Sheridan, Shipley, Skyland, Spring Valley, Stanton Park, Stronghold, Summit Park, Sursum Corda, Swampoodle, Takoma, Tenley Town, Tenleytown, The Palisades, Trinidad, Truxton Circle, Twining, Union Station, Van Ness, Washington Highlands, Washington Mall, Waterfront, Wesley Heights, Woodland, Woodley Park, Woodridge
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Washington ranked 2nd on the Forbes 2008 list of the best long-term real estate markets in the country.
The federal government provides 27% of the jobs in town. Employment can also be found with law firms, defense contractors, non-profit companies, lobbyists, trade unions, and professional associations. Many of these employers have headquarters in the D.C. area.
Did You Know? On September 9, 1791, the city was named to honor George Washington, our nation's first president. The district was called the Territory of Columbia, Columbia being a moniker for the United States at that time. The planned city was designed by Pierre Charles L'Enfant, a French-born architect, who served as a military engineer during the American Revolutionary War.
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