With July’s announcement that Georgetown is offering adapted in-person classes for first-year students, and returning students with specific circumstances, for the Georgetown apartment hunt is on once more! Known worldwide, Georgetown offers an educational experience that prepares the next generation to be leaders and to make a difference in the world. It was established in 1789 and is still committed to challenging and inspiring students, through face-to-face and virtual instruction. The university values community involvement and works to educate through exposure to various beliefs, cultures, and faiths.
Living near campus can be an incredibly beneficial prospect. It means you have easy access to classes and campus amenities. It also significantly reduces the time it would take you to commute. With easy access, you won’t have to worry about finding parking. You can easily ride your bike or just take public transportation to get to class.
Living off-campus also includes being able to cook your own meals and having a space to really call your own. When renting a furnished apartment, you don’t even have to worry about spending money on bulky furniture or moving it up a flight of stairs.
A company like Blueground will help you find the perfect apartment that is also close to campus. Every one of their Georgetown apartments offered are fully-furnished and come completely equipped to make life comfortable and moving in easy. Whether you need something for a month, a semester, a year, or longer, Blueground has the living space to suit your needs. For students and faculty from out of town, moving in for the first week of class is all the easier when furniture and housewares are waiting for you. Utility’s setup and take-down are also taken care of so that at the end of the semester or school year, you can focus on what’s most important. Whether that’s final exams, saying goodbye to friends or collecting your diploma with all of the pomp!
In addition to going to school in Georgetown, there are also a variety of recreational things to do. From shopping and dining to hanging out near the river, there’s something for everyone. Living here can mean more than just getting to class on time. It means being part of an amazing community. Living in or near this area will be incredibly beneficial and give you access to many different amenities.
This one-bedroom apartment has more than 751 square feet you can call your own. It allows pets, has a doorman and is equipped with a full kitchen. It is incredibly modern and a short commute to campus. When the good weather comes around, you’ll be the envy of all your friends thanks to a rooftop pool and open air patio for community members. As well, it is close to a variety of restaurants and bars. Living here means also being close to the river and local parks, so you can get some exercise and fresh air whenever the weather is nice.
This fully furnished one-bedroom apartment has more than 600 square feet of living space and comes fully furnished. It allows pets and has modern amenities to keep you comfortable and happy. This Foggy Bottom pad keeps you close to both Georgetown and GW, all while being near fine dining and nightlife. Connect to the rest of the city with Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro right next door.
This spacious one-bedroom apartment covers more than 870 square feet. It is located between Foggy Bottom and Georgetown, with easy access to the Foggy Bottom metro station. So, it won’t ever take you very long to get from home to campus. The area has many art galleries and boutiques, as well as restaurants and clubs. From here you are close to the C&O Canal and the waterfront, so there’s a lot to see and do both indoors and outdoors.
In warm weather, you’ll have the choice of getting some fresh air on your private balcony, splashing around in the rooftop pool or finding a lounger on the patio up top.
This cozy studio apartment at 400 square feet comes with modern furnishings and a fully equipped recessed kitchen. Located in Foggy Bottom, you’ll be just a short walk away from campus. There is a mix of urban living with popular galleries, embassies and fine dining. The area is very bike and pedestrian-friendly, and it’s close to public transportation.
This apartment is located on U Street, the heart of DC nightlife and culture. You’ll be close to amazing restaurants and young professionals when living in this neighborhood, which might be the inspiration you need to study hard and earn your degree. With one bedroom, abundant natural sunlight and more than 550 square feet, this apartment has everything you’ll need. This recent build also includes access to a rooftop patio with a community BBQ, and a full on-site fitness center.