Woodley Park is a refreshing residential hideaway with easy access to neighboring nightlife.
Welcome to Woodley Park
Woodley Park is a refreshing residential hideaway with easy access to neighboring nightlife. With Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo running through its center, it attracts nature lovers who still want to live close to all that the city has to offer.
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Woodley Park was first developed as a sylvan for Washingtonians and federal workers, taking advantage of the streetcar line along Connecticut Avenue that connected the old city to its leafier northern heights.
Woodley Park draws new arrivals to Washington with its group options and slightly lower rents.
The newcomers take their place alongside longtime residents who have made Woodley Park a home in high-rise apartments and large houses for decades. Its two iconic hotels also mean that visitors are experiencing Woodley Park for the first time every day.
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It’s easy to forget you’re rooted firmly in an urban center when surrounded by so many trees and park space. The two bridges spanning Rock Creek both connect and create distance between Woodley Park and its nearby neighborhoods. When you’re ready for adventure, you can get anywhere from Woodley Park: There’s easy access to all parts of the city and beyond through Rock Creek Parkway. With two historic hotels, a Metro stop as a jumping-off point for the National Zoo, and local eateries and shops, it welcomes visitors while still catering to its residents. Bucolic nature is just steps from home, and you can even hear the calls of the wild coming from your neighbors at the zoo.
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