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Find Your Home in Washington, D.C.

Find Your Home in Washington, D.C.

Monuments, Memorials, and Diversity

While most widely known as the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. also has a thriving technology industry and one of the country’s best public transportation systems. The city ranked number 8 on U.S. News and World Report’s 2018 list of the Best Places to Live, and residents love its diverse food offerings and sports teams, including the 2018 Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals

CapTech’s office sits in Reston, VA, a bustling suburb with great shops, restaurants, and public schools. 
Washington, DC: Food and Drink

Food and Drink

Washington, D.C. is home to some fabulous restaurants and has an amazing ethnic cuisine scene.

  • Rasika is one of the best Indian restaurants, not just in D.C. but in the United States, according to Conde Nast Traveler. 
  • The Dabney has southern flavors with a D.C. twist.
  • Great American Restaurants owns 9 local chain restaurants in the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia area), all famous for their fresh bread and delicious soups and salads. 
  • Locals love spending time at any one of the many Northern Virginia wineries and breweries on weekends, many of which host special tasting events and live music acts.
Washington, DC: Arts and History

Arts + History

  • The Smithsonian Institution nicknamed the “nation’s attic” for its varied and immense collection of artifacts, includes 19 museums, nine research centers, and the national zoo, along with several historical and architectural landmarks - all free of charge.  
  • The Newseum helps bring news events to life by allowing visitors to act as newscasters and photographers, tackle real-life ethical reporting dilemmas, and see part of the Berlin Wall up close. 
  • Want to get inside the mind of a spy? Like to crack codes? The Spy Museum provides a “global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events.”
  • Just one block from the White House steps, the Renwick Gallery is home to one the largest collections of American contemporary and decorative art in the world. It features rotating exhibitions that highlight innovative artistic works from the 19th century to today.
  • The newest and one of the most architecturally unique museums in D.C. is the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Located on the National Mall, it portrays hundreds of years of experiences involving community, family, culture, and civil rights.
Washington, DC: Entertainment

Entertainment

Washington, DC: Education

Education

Looking to further your education? The Washington D.C. area is home to 58 colleges and universities within a 50-mile radius. From big names like American University and Georgetown, to lesser-known schools like Marymount University and Bowie State University, you can continue your education and earn an advanced degree while you work for CapTech. 
Washington, DC: Health and Fitness

Health + Fitness

Washington D.C. ranks 5th on the healthiest U.S. cities according to a 2018 survey by WalletHub.