Anacostia, DC Apartments

Anacostia, home to the famous "big chair" attraction, is a historic neighborhood located in Southeast DC. For history lovers, Anacostia is filled with a great amount of history that would satisfy anyone's obsession with storytelling. Two popular locations that many local residents and visitors love to visit are the Anacostia Community Museum and Frederick Douglass' home at Cedar Hill. As an added bonus, visitors can also travel the escape route of John Wilkes Booth (the man who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln). Living in DC means there are a lot of opportunities for new apartment renters to take walks/strolls around the neighborhood for exercise. Local residents also prefer to take a nice stroll through the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail, where they can enjoy the beautiful scenery and de-stress after a hard day. Even those who want to do activities but are under a budget need not worry, because at the Anacostia Roller Skating Pavilion visitors have the opportunity to skate and rent skates for free! Who doesn't love food, right? After a day of activities and work, the best way to relax is to have a bite to eat! Anacostia has a variety of tasty restaurants. Here are a few popular ones that local residents love: Uniontown Bar & Grill, Art-drenaline Cafe, Mama's Kitchen and Pizza, Caribbean Citations, Capitol Hill Crab Cakes, Turning Natural, Whaley's, Thai Orchid's Kitchen, and The Sale Line. The cost of living in Anacostia is 23% lower than the Washington average and 15% higher than the national average. The median rent value for a one-bedroom apartment in Anacostia is $2,094 per month. (Renter Statistics Source: and

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