Judiciary Square

Central Business Location for Large Companies and Government Offices
Judiciary Square is the federal district and the business hub of DC and consists mainly of courthouses or office buildings. It encloses attractions for politics and history lovers such as The National Building Museum which comprises of the only crowd that can be seen throughout the weekend.

The center of the neighborhood is an actual plaza named Judiciary Square. The square itself is bounded by 4th Street to east, 5th Street to the west, D Street to the south, and F Street to the north. The neighborhood is served by the Judiciary Square station on the Red Line of the Washington Metro.
What Judiciary Square Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.9
value
7.4
amenities
7.7
social
7.8
management
7.5
safety
7.2
Median rents in Judiciary Square
Studio
$
1,850
1 Bedroom
$
2,350
2 Bedroom
$
3,350

Living in
Judiciary Square

Lots of Restaurants
Running
Monuments
Outdoor Activities
The Mall
Happy Hour
Safe
Offices
Judiciary Square — 8/10 Rating (based on 3 neighborhood reviews)
Very safe and lots of restaurants and bars. It is great for dinner and happy hour. Very close to the mall and all the monuments. Great for running and outdoor activities. Life night and day.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Clara Barton at Penn Quarter
I enjoy the fact that there are numerous places to eat and happy hour at in the neighborhood. My only complaint is that it doesnt necessarily have a "club" or "lounge spot".
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Cosmopolitan Condos
Chinatown is great because there is always something to do and lots of good bars and food nearby (and it's just a short walk to the Safeway). The area feels safe because there are always people around. That said, all the excitement means it can be loud and Verizon Center events can clog up public transportation. Biggest downside is the distance from campus.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Avalon at Gallery Place


Getting to Know
Judiciary Square

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: 1st St NW to 7th St NW
North to South Boundaries: G St NW to Constitution Ave NW
dining
Carmine’s Italian Restaurant]
Daikaya Izakaya
Fiola
New Course
The Alibi
fitness
VIDA Fitness
parks
John Marshall Park
National Mall
coffee
Bakers & Baristas
Compass Coffee
Firehook Bakery
Pitango Gelato
bus
230 (bus)
D6 (bus)
rail
Green/Yellow (metro)
Red (metro)
parking
Laz 600 E Street
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Judiciary Square includes zip codes 20001 and 20004
Rent vs Own
46
%
of Judiciary Square residents are renters
Driving to Work
27
%
of Judiciary Square residents drive to work
New Construction
35
%
of housing units in Judiciary Square have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
31
%
<20 units
7
%
20-49 units
62
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
8
%
18 - 34
45
%
35 - 54
29
%
55+
19
%
Unit Mix
5
%
Studio
51
%
1 Bed
30
%
2 Bed
15
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
76
%
Undergrad Student
9
%
Grad Student
7
%
Unemployed
5
%
Retired
3
%

Best Apartments
in Judiciary Square


Studio $1,800
1 Bed $2,125
2 Beds $3,587

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1 Bed $2,350
2 Beds $3,200

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Studio $2,140
1 Bed $2,230
2 Beds $3,760

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1 Bed $2,300
2 Beds $2,900
3 Beds $4,200

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Studio $2,000
1 Bed $2,400

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2 Beds $4,995

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