Washington, D.C. Gay Neighborhoods
Washington, D.C. is the capital city of the United States. The city is unique among all U.S. cities because it’s not considered a part of any state. The district was created in the U.S. Constitution to operate independently, and both Maryland and Virginia donated land for its creation. The capital has a fairly large number of residents, many of whom have some connection to the government.
Dupont Circle is the most famous gay district of D.C. It’s quite expensive to live there now, but those who can afford it will have easy access to many of the capital’s gay restaurants and other shops. Condos begin at $199,000 and end at around $2.2 million. Single family homes aren’t as easy to come by, but they do exist. They are priced from between $475,000 to $1.65 million.
Columbia Heights is located around 16th Street. There are some gorgeous Art Deco apartments here, plus some restaurants, a farmer’s market, and a vegan bakery. Condos are priced between $245,000 and $949,000. Single family homes range from $530,000 to $1.4 million.
Finally, Bloomingdale is situated in the northwest part of the city. It has some great condos and Victorian row houses available for LGBT residents. Condos range from $400,000 to $569,000. The single family homes in Bloomingdale can be priced anywhere from $559,000 to $1.3 million.