In a city steeped in history, only Capitol Hill can claim to offer the most authentic, original DC experience. Capitol Hill is not only DC’s original community, it’s home to our nation’s most iconic neighborhood which includes Barracks Row, Eastern Market, Federal Enclave, Hill East and Union Station.
The city’s oldest commercial corridor, Barracks Row is steeped with history and home to oldest active post in the Marine Corps. Come explore the diverse dining and retail opportunities with over 30 local and national restaurant choices, local retailers and neighborhood services.
DC’s oldest market, Eastern Market is an ever-bustling communal hub that reflect the community’s diverse, inclusive profile. The area attracts 500,000 annually offering unique retail, dining, South Hall Merchants, and year round farmers market.
The Federal Enclave consists of some of the most important buildings in the Nation including the US Capitol Building, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, and more.
Colorful row houses, historic sites, green spaces and riverside trails are just a few amenities that make Hill East a unique place to live. Expanding beyond the boundaries of Capitol Hill BID, this neighborhood is home to almost 10,000 DC residents.
Union Station itself is a superbly restored, historic, mixed-use, intermodal transportation and shopping center located just blocks from the U.S. Capitol Building. The transportation hub and retail destination is visited by over 40 million people each year.