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Diversity, equity official to leave GW in July
By Jenna Lee, Assistant News Editor • June 8, 2024

Housing Guide: Off-Campus housing around D.C.

The Statesman

Dennis Lee | Hatchet Photographer

Rent: $1,700/month and up (studio apartment)
Address: 2020 F St. NW
Features: Spacious walk-in closets, individual climate control, cable and high-speed Internet
Amenities: 24-hour resident concierge, 24-hour fitness center, laundry facilities, dry-cleaning valet service

Located right across the street from Potomac Hall, this building’s proximity to academic buildings is its biggest benefit. Offering studio and one-bedroom apartments, brand new kitchens with GE appliances and a furnished roof-top sundeck, The Statesman is definitely an option to consider.


The Woodward Building

Becky Crowder | Hatchet Photographer

Rent: $1,900/month and up (one bedroom)
Address: 733 15th St. NW
Features: Hardwood floors, walk-in closets, fully equipped kitchens, washer and dryer in unit
Amenities: 24-hour fitness center, high-speed Internet, guest suite, residential event room, Internet lounge, valet garage parking, housekeeping services, dry-cleaning valet service, personal training and concierge services

Conveniently located a block away from the McPherson Square Metro station, this building is equipped with some of the best amenities of all the off-campus options. Sporting a guest suite, residential event room, Internet lounge, valet garage parking, housekeeping services, dry-cleaning valet service, personal training and concierge services, this option is a dream come true for an upperclassman. The Woodward Building features studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments.


The Winston House

Catherine Finsness | Hatchet Photographer

Rent: $1,650/month and up (one bedroom)
Address: 2140 L St. NW
Features: Plush wall-to-wall carpeting, high-speed Internet access, washer-dryer in unit, spacious closets, kitchen with premium appliances
Amenities: Resident library, landscaped roof-top sundeck, fitness center with dressing rooms and saunas, entertaining suite, resident storage areas, on-site gourmet café, dry cleaner, copy center, hair salon, 24-hour doorman and maintenance support

The Winston House is certainly a step into adult life. With amenities like a deli and dry cleaner in the building, a fitness center, a roof-top sundeck with a spectacular view of the District and a high-tech resident library, students can definitely picture themselves living here for a few years. The Winston House offers one and two-bedroom apartments.


The Claridge House

Bekcy Crowder | Hatchet Photographer

Rent: $1,400/month and up (studio apartment)
Address: 950 25th St. NW
Features: Laundry rooms, cable TV and high-speed Internet
Amenities: Business center, fitness center, community room, roof-top pool with a spectacular view of Rosslyn

This building is another convenient option for students, located within two blocks of the Foggy Bottom Metro station, Trader Joe’s and the GW Hospital. The roof-top pool is a great place to relax after a long day of classes, read a book or just enjoy the weather. The Claridge House offers studio and one-bedroom units.


2400 M Apartments

Francis Rivera | Contributing Photo Editor

Rent: $2,225/month and up (studio apartment)
Address: 2400 M St. NW
Features: Spacious walk-in closets, individual climate control, cable and high-speed Internet, laundry services, microwaves, wall-to-wall carpeting, granite kitchen counters
Amenities: 24-hour resident concierge, 24-hour fitness center, laundry facilities, dry-cleaning valet service

One of the nicer off-campus options, 2400 M sports a
roof-top deck, pool and outdoor barbecue, private courtyard, business center, fitness center, package services and even cocktail parties sponsored by the building. 2400 M offers studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments. It’s located just three blocks from Georgetown, has a Starbucks downstairs and Trader Joe’s is one block away. What more could a GW student ask for?

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