Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle is a prestigious and thriving neighborhood in the heart of Washington D.C., bordering the Downtown. It is located in the “Old Town” of the city, and historically has been marked by periods of various activity and development. From a craft workshop center, to a private mansion area, to being the cosmopolitan upscale neighborhood it is today, Dupont Circle boasts a rich history, and is now considered one of the most exclusive areas in D.C.

The Pulsating Heart

The very walkable and beautifully furnished Dupont Circle is always sizzling with life and energy. It starts early morning, with many city visitors and residents arriving at the Dupont Circle’s metro station, one of the city’s most active transit stops. During the day, employees of the many embassies, law firms and start-ups can be seen patrolling the tree-lined streets, or enjoying a moment of peace and quiet at one of the many green patches in the area.

As a busy area with a lot of job opportunities, the Dupont Circle naturally attracts young professionals and college graduates – 53% of the residents are aged 20-34. The large variety of businesses run in and around Dupont Circle make up a very diverse community, popular among people going straight to the top. To facilitate the cosmopolitan lifestyle, the neighborhood boasts a variety of ethnic restaurants, private art galleries, modern shopping centers and prestigious retail stores, such as Ann Taylor Loft, Blue Mercury, and G Star Raw. You’ll even find a farmer’s market with fresh local produce in Dupont Circle every Sunday.

The Modern Home

Those looking for detached family houses are out of luck, as the vast majority of the mansions in the area are embassies, and if one does free up, the price of a townhouse would be no lower $1 million. Another interesting fact is that there are barely any new projects in Dupont Circle, and even though the architecture is stunningly beautiful, it’s mostly comprised of homes built decades ago, and renovated in the recent years.

With high demand and limited area, the real estate of Dupont Circle is mostly comprised of high-rise apartment buildings and rowhouses, often converted into apartments as well. Studio apartments start at around $200,000, and it’s also possible to find a single-bedroom condo starting from the high $300.

Offering plenty of activities and entertainment for just about everyone, Dupont Circle lures a lot of tourists and even people from other neighborhoods with its hustle and bustle. Thriving businesses, exquisite culture scene and vital nightlife make it hard to wonder why Dupont Circle is among the top choices for people looking forward to living the energetic big city life.

Population within a 10-min. walk - 20,000+

Average household income within a half-mile - $126k

Residents have a bachelor’s degree or higher - 86%

Population between 20–34 years old - 53%

Average monthly Capital Bikeshare arrivals2 - 25,636


 Source : Neighborhood Profiles: 2014 Edition. (2014, February 17). Washington, DC Economic Partnership, Retrieved from


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Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2017 at 1:11am CDT.