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In the Capitol Hill neighborhood, you will undoubtedly see at least a few politicians every week, if not every day, whether you realize it or not. I’ve heard varying reports, but the most popular estimate is that a third of Congressmen live in Capitol Hill. With the gentrification that has occurred in the community in recent years, the upper class politicians and middle-class families comprise most of the residents in the neighborhood. It’s tough to find a rental for cheap, let alone one that’s Section 8. If you live here, you’ll probably be rubbing elbows with politicians at local restaurants, but you’ll have to pay a high price tag to do so.

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There’s an automatic association with politics when you think of Capitol Hill. And it’s true; most of the residents work on the Hill as a politician, staffer, lobbyist, or a journalist covering politics. If this is your field of work, there isn’t a better place to live in the entire country, as it’s the center of political activity for the entire United States. However, even if politics dominate the area, there are other opportunities for employment. Pennsylvania Avenue, known mostly for a certain big white house, is actually the most thriving commercial area in the neighborhood. Also, the famous Union Station is located in the area; it’s an anchor for the local economy with its numerous shops and restaurants.


We Have 2,514 Capitol Hill Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 1 Bed $2,503 - $3,014 300 Massachusetts Avenue, Nw, Washington, DC July 20th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $1,162 - $1,570 750 6Th Street Se, Washington, DC July 20th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,943 - $4,158 1212 4Th Street Se, Washington, DC July 20th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,390 - $3,545 100 I Street, Se, Washington, DC July 20th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,650 1231 Linden Place Ne, Washington, DC July 20th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,250 - $1,895 405 10Th Street Ne, Washington, DC July 19th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,300 - $2,195 501 12Th Street Ne, Washington, DC July 19th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,975 523 8Th Street Ne, Washington, DC July 19th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,250 1025 1St Street Se, Washington, DC July 19th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,000 920 I Street Nw, Washington, DC July 19th
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One - Two $1,410 - $1,900
Studio - Two $1,619 - $3,819
Studio - Three $1,815 - Call
Studio - Two $1,455 - Call
Studio - One $1,499 - Call
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