D.C. is foodie central and what would a food-centric city be without a slew of delicious pizzerias? Pizza is practically a staple in everyone’s diet, and when you live at The Apartments at CityCenter, you have your pick of some of the city’s best offerings. There are at least five gourmet pizzerias within walking distance! One of the newest kids on the block is the District of Pi and it has quickly become a crowd favorite.
Sustainable living is no passing trend. Taking steps (even small ones) to reduce your carbon footprint and share in the preservation of our planet is the new standard. Fortunately, The Apartments at CityCenter is already a green-friendly facility, but there are always a few things you can do to make your new home even greener! Here are some of our top tips for going green at home.
Downtown D.C. has become a powerhouse of cuisine; with new restaurants opening almost daily, Washington has quickly established itself as a food-lover’s dream. Now there’s a way to enjoy a plethora of meals in restaurants new and old – DC Restaurant Week.
Since 2008, the District of Columbia has been ranked as one of America’s fittest cities. The revitalization experienced in the area over the past few years has brought about numerous ways for its residents to stay active. Outdoor sports leagues, yoga in the park, bike shares at most metro stops and heavily travelled areas, not to mention the numerous any number K runs that take place almost every other weekend.
D.C. has no shortage of exciting diversions. One of the newer kids on the block is the Penn Quarter’s appropriately named Penn Social. Located on the corner of 8th and E Street NW, the two level arcade and event space is the perfect way to spend any evening in the city.