DC's Diverse Dwelling
The diversity and energy of Adams Morgan make it an ideal location for families and young professionals. A row of stores display their collections on the streets such as Idle Time books for readers, Urban Dwell for home decor and accessories and Meeps for some vintage fashion.From South Asian cuisine to hand-crafted cocktails, Adams Morgan has a place for everything.
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Living inAdams Morgan
Adams Morgan — 8.7/10 Rating (based on 19 neighborhood reviews)
Great mix of tree lined streets with pretty old brick homes and restaurants, coffee shops, nightlife, etc. Near Rock Creek Park for an escape from city life and exercise. Near the zoo for fun time off. Convenient quality grocery stores within walking distance (Harris Teeter, Safeway, etc.). Dog park down the street. Families with children playing outside into the evening.
Allen Park Condo
The location might be the best part of the Melwood. There are tons of amenities within short walking distance. Lots of cafes, parks, the metro, etc. all nearby. It is on the pricier side of DC.
Adams Morgan is a popular nightlife spot with a neighborhood feel. 18th St is crazy on weekends, but just a few steps away are quiet residential areas. It offers a wonderful location for those who like to explore their surroundings (including restaurants and bars offering fare from around the world, and the 1st class Meridian Hill Park), while offering a quick escape from the bustle of city life. This is not downtown, nor is it a suburb. The demographics are nicely varied, unlike some ritzier areas nearby. A very interesting and comfortable place to live.
Admo has a reputation for the weekend evening activities that occur but Adams Morgan is also a great neighborhood gem to spend time in. With so many food options and parks within walking distance, it's perfect for more than just going out on a Saturday night. You have the perfect balance of night life with being in a walkable neighborhood which is also close to several other happening neighborhoods.
Adams Morgan is close to downtown and has a lot of reasonably priced bars and restaurants. It is a safe area but also is very lively and has a lot of diversity.
The area around Columbia Pike stretching west from the Air Force Memorial is a great place to live. There is an amazing tennis court facility and public park nearby, and it is close to many great restaurants and bars.
Dorchester House Apartments
since moving in back in 2010 , the neighborhood has always been family friendly and just overall great.
Great neighborhood at the intersection of 3-Mt pleasant, Adams Morgan, Columbia heights. It's a shlep to school though--Bus and shuttle or 30 min door-to-door (hilly) bike ride.
The Argonne Apartments
Not a lot of noise in my particular area... but a few blocks over, lots of bars!
Great place, great food, fun
Dupont is convenient, fun, safe. I really love living here. The commute to campus takes ~30mins on the GUTS shuttle. There are tons of coffeeshops in the neighborhood for non-campus studying too.
Best restaurants, bars, shops.
Close to Rock Creek Park - less than 5 min walk.
Close to Zoo - less than 5 min.
H1, 42, 43 buses.
12 min walk to Columbia heights metro
16 min walk to Woodley Park metro
Adams Morgan has a great mix of families and young professionals, which means blend of coffee shops, grocery stores, and restaurants and bars. The neighborhood looks incredibly different in day vs. at night -- so has something for everyone. Public transport isn't ideal (no metro stop and not a ton of buses) but is a great place to live and can get most places in the city pretty easily.
Great place to live. It is quiet, but night life is a short walk away. A lot of good places to eat are close by as well. The neighborhood is beautiful. Other than parking it's all good.
Although the community is a 10 minute walk from Adams Morgan and U Street, it still feels very private. I can see the Washington Monument from my window, but it is like a little suburb that comes out of nowhere in NW DC.
It is the young social scene area of Washington DC. The other spot is U street which is only a few blocks away. However you are at enough away from the main nightlife area so you will never hear any of it.
The Envoy Apartments
I love living in this neighborhood, we are super close to bars, restaurants, shopping, and transit.
Adams Morgan is fantastic. Its close to everything and has a ton of great things so you don't really have to leave.
Lots of bars/restaurants in walking distance
Getting to KnowAdams Morgan
East to West Boundaries: 16th St NW to Connecticut Ave NW
North to South Boundaries: Ontario Rd NW to Florida Ave NW
North to South Boundaries: Ontario Rd NW to Florida Ave NW
The Grill From Ipanema
Glen’s Garden Market
Yes! Organic Market
LivingWell Health Club at Washington Hilton
Meridian Hill Park
Walter C Pierce Community Park
Adams Morgan Coffee Shop
Pleasant Pops Farmhouse Market & Cafe
That Cheesecake Truck
Towne Park Courtyard Marriott
About your Neighbors
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What Adams Morgan Residents Think About Their Apartments
Reviewers say it's a popular nightlife spot while also doubling as a cozy neighborhood. The area is extremely walkable but the only downfall is that there aren't a ton of metro stops or buses, which could make your commute a little more difficult.
Colorful buildings line the main strip in Adams Morgan, which includes the hand-painted murals the neighborhood has become known for.
Best Apartmentsin Adams Morgan
1 Bed $2,649
2 Beds $3,349
1 Bed $2,175
2 Beds $3,100
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