Georgetown Park 1080 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Georgetown Park was first opened in 1981. At the time, you felt as if you were walking through a village. However, today…More that is not the case. Much of the mall is vacant, as it is in the process of being rebranded. Walking through the mall today, you will see many quiet facades and empty shops. Located in the heart of Georgetown, it will be interesting to see what the new owners plan to do with it. The only news from here is that a pinball museum will be opening by the end of the summer.
Georgetown Running Co. 3401 M St NW, Washington, DC20007 Georgetown Running Company is located at the West end of M St., across from Francis Scott Key Park. The shop provides…More gait analysis services which ensure proper fit of running shoes. Georgetown Running is not limited to running shoes, it also sells clothing, gear, and accessories geared toward an active lifestyle. A variety of events are often hosted at the store and can be found on the Web site or Facebook page.
Washington Sports Club at Georgetown 3222 M St NW, Washington, DC20007 Washington Sports Club is located inside the Shops at Georgetown Park. The gym is a chain with 18 locations throughout…More DC. This location is extremely convenient for local residents and those that work in the area. Features include babysitting services, a pilates reformer, a sauna, an insulated yoga studio, towel service, Zumba dance classes and spinning. The class schedule is available on the website.
Western Development Corporation 3255 Grace St NW, Washington, DC20007 Founded in 1967, Western Development Corporation is a development and management firm that focuses on mixed-use and…More retail. It developed and built Georgetown Park Mall and Washington Harbour, right in Georgetown.
Book Hill Park 1699 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Book Hill Park provides benches and shade for passers-by and library patrons alike. The hilltop park boasts views of…More nearby Rosslyn and offers a quiet repose from the busy streets of Georgetown. The park is cared for in part by the Friends of Book Hill Park, which was founded in 2000. Book Hill Park is home to an annual Fourth of July Doggy Parade.
Bright Horizons at Georgetown DC 1010 Wisconsin Avenue NW Suite 110, Washington, WA20007 Bright Horizons at Georgetown DC is an early education and preschool center that will have programs for children ages 6…More weeks to 5 years old. Center highlights include: Media Room with Smart Board, Touch Screen Computers, Designated Pick-Up and Drop-Off Parking Spaces, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Family Appreciation Events, Parenting Seminars, Enrichment Activities, Educational Workshops and more!
Colonial Parking Inc 1055 Thomas Jefferson St NW Ste 504, Washington, DC20007 Colonial Parking, located between M and K streets, provides convenient access to both Georgetown and the waterfront. An…More indoor lot, there is parking available on an hourly or monthly basis.