Sitting on the border of northwest DC and Maryland, the Friendship Heights neighborhood feels more like a suburb than the bustling urban center that it is. It provides incredible pedestrian-friendly living amenities. Stretching north on Wisconsin Avenue for blocks is a full spectrum of the retailers starting with discount chains to the south and ending with the most upscale designer stores just over the Maryland border. Completing the neighborhood are award-winning restaurants, numerous bars, boutiques, day spas, a multiplex cinema, a large recreation center and Whole Foods.
Friendship Heights also supports a number of offices, including the corporate headquarters of GEICO, the Ritz-Carlton hotel chain, and a concentration of broadcast media including the studios of WMAL, WMAL-FM, and WTTG.
While bursting with retail, Friendship Heights does have a few streets of detached, single family homes, some townhomes and several tall luxury condo and apartment buildings.
The neighborhood has its own Metro station on the Red Line and is a major connecting depot for area bus services. Access to the Capital Beltway is minutes away providing quick access to the rest of the DMV and the I-95 corridor.
Chic eatery and bar from Bryan Voltaggio features open kitchens that serve a sizable collection of New American dishes.
Bustling American restaurant draws a crowd with an outdoor patio and a variety of beers and cocktails.
Bryan Voltaggio’s new fast-casual American eatery with gourmet sandwiches, salads and soups.
Popular long-running chain outpost (since 1978) for gourmet pizzas and other Italian favorites.