Apartments near Georgetown University | Washington, DC

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Compare 582 apartments near Georgetown University. Filter Georgetown off-campus housing by price, bedrooms, distance, pet policy, safety features, and amenities. Sort by closest to campus. Save your favorite apartments with the heart icon. Whether you need it cheap or want luxury, ForRentUniversity.com is your source for the best apartments near Georgetown. Read Less

Georgetown University

37th and O St NW,

Washington, District of Columbia 20057
Learn more about Georgetown: www.georgetown.edu

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Life at Georgetown University

Brace yourself: Washington, D.C., rental rates are high, with median rents around $2,000 a month for a one-bedroom apartment. And Georgetown is D.C.'s most expensive rental neighborhood, averaging $2,600 a month. Because they are less expensive, studio apartments are popular around Georgetown and in Washington. Besides the Georgetown area, popular neighborhoods for Georgetown University students include Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, and Adams Morgan. And don't forget Arlington, Virginia, right across the Potomac River. View More

Brace yourself: Washington, D.C., rental rates are high, with median rents around $2,000 a month for a one-bedroom apartment. And Georgetown is D.C.'s most expensive rental neighborhood, averaging $2,600 a month. Because they are less expensive, studio apartments are popular around Georgetown and in Washington. Besides the Georgetown area, popular neighborhoods for Georgetown University students include Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, and Adams Morgan. And don't forget Arlington, Virginia, right across the Potomac River. View Less

Living in Washington, DC: Off-Campus Guide for Georgetown Students

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