Foggy Bottom is the oldest neighborhood in Washington DC and it consists of a mix of residents and workers in government and corporate organizations and industries. The Kennedy Center and State Department are both located in Foggy Bottom. Foggy Bottom also home to the infamous Watergate Hotel. This neighborhood, particularly during the school year, is filled with students who go to GWU (George Washington University) nearby. Despite it being a student town, Foggy Bottom is also a premium area for commercial and residential properties, with some of the most in-demand spaces in all of DC. For a neighborhood that's both accessible and historic try Foggy Bottom.
Foggy Bottom may be better known for its buttoned-up, professional culture, but this neighborhood packs plenty of opportunities for leisure and entertainment. Home to boutique restaurants, cafes, and patio styled diners. Strolling around the neighborhood, there are luxury French dining options alongside quick South American bites. For entertainment, visit the Lisner Auditorium and the Kennedy Center.