HIGHEST PERFORMING SUBMARKET: Georgetown continues to outperform all other submarkets in the region, with an overall office vacancy rate of six percent. With average rental rates 16 percent lower than the CBD, Georgetown offers tremendous value to a wide range of businesses.
DIVERSE TENANT MIX: Georgetown is home to a diverse mix of office tenants including numerous technology companies, law firms, architecture and design frms, public relations firms, nonprofits, and associations. When companies locate in Georgetown, they fall in love with the neighborhood, and when they relocate, they often move within Georgetown.
AMENITIES FOR EMPLOYEES AND CLIENTS ABOUND:
120+ restaurants, quick service eateries, coffee shops, and bakeries
300+ shops and boutiques for fashion, art and home, and everything in between
50+ salons, spas, gyms, and yoga studios
700+ hotel rooms, including The Four Seasons, The Ritz Carlton, Rosewood Washington, D.C., and The Graham
Unparalleled access to natural beauty for a midday break, including the 10 acre Georgetown Waterfront Park and 1 mile section of the historic C&O Canal
CONVENIENT, MULTI-MODAL ACCESS:
9 Metrobus routes
2 Circulator routes (Rosslyn-Georgetown-Dupont, Georgetown-Union Station)
3 major bike routes (Capital Crescent Trail, Rock Creek Park Trail, M Street cycletrack)
6 Capital Bikeshare stations
Shuttles to Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro station
Convenient drives to Capitol Hill, Reagan National Airport, Dulles International Airport, Northern Virginia suburbs, and the I-270 corridor
2016 OFFICE MARKET REPORT: Learn more about what makes Georgetown a strong office submarket.