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Georgetown, also known as Oak Hill/Herndon, is a historic neighborhood, a commercial center and an entertainment district in northwestern Washington, DC.

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Georgetown, also known as Oak Hill/Herndon, is a historic neighborhood, a commercial center and an entertainment district in northwestern Washington, DC. Located beside the Potomac River, Georgetown was founded before the federal district and city of Washington.

Georgetown's location offers unparalleled access to networking and business opportunities that appeal to startups and large companies alike. This coupled with Georgetown's historic significance and long standing reputation as a commercial hub of the area means that this location attracts some of the best and brightest businesses in the area. Many seek office space or coworking locations to setup a foothold in the area and establish a lifelong presence in DC.

The main commercial center of Georgetown are at the intersection of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue where elite shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants and the Georgetown Park shopping mall are located. The stylish Washington Harbour restaurants are situated sedately on the waterfront at K Street, including Sequoia, Fiola Mare and and Nick's Riverside Grill. Fashionable nightclubs in the area include the L2 Lounge & Events Venue and the Rooftop Bar and Lounge.This fascinating neighborhood has many major landmarks, including the Old Stone House, the oldest unaltered structure inT DC. Other important sites are the Volta Bureau and the embassies of Cameroon, France, Kosovo, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Mongolia, Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine and Venezuela. As a National Historic Landmark District, Georgetown is also home to the Canal Square Building, which houses the Tabulating Machine Company, the forerunner of IBM. The City Tavern Club, which was constructed in 1796, is the oldest commercial building throughout Washington. Another historical site, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, dates from 1829.

Georgetown hosts the main campus of Georgetown University.

Although there is no metro station in Georgetown, stations in nearby Rosslyn in Arlington and Dupont Circle serve this area. The town is also serviced by three different metrobus series and the DC Circulator. Major highways and both the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport are easily reached from Georgetown.

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