The second oldest community in Washington, Tenleytown overlooks the city from its highest point and blends a small town feel with a vibrant array of urban amenities along Wisconsin Avenue.
Shopping, dining, recreation, and top-notch education are all within close walking distance of the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets and two-story single-family homes. Multi-generational and family-oriented, Tenleytown continues to be among DC’s most sought-after and stable communities.
- In 2016 Douglas Development redeveloped the former Babe’s Billiards site into 60 apartments and 17,400 SF of retail anchored by District Taco, Muncheez and Seoul Spice.
- The Frequency at 4000 Brandywine Street is a 100-unit apartment building, scheduled to deliver in late 2017.
- The Broadcast, at 4620 Wisconsin Avenue, is a mixed-use development featuring 140 apartments and 12,000 SF of retail with an expected 2018 delivery.
American University Expansion
The 13,000-student university has undertaken the largest expansion of their facilities in the past 50 years with a new 2,000-student Washington College of Law campus (2015 opening) and a new East Campus for 590 students and three administrative buildings (2016-2017 opening).
A Vibrant Commercial Center
Tenleytown offers more than 30 restaurants, including the recently opened Beefsteak and District Taco, with Buredo and Muncheez slated to open in 2017. These establishments join Ace Hardware, Best Buy, The Container Store, Whole Foods, and iconic local businesses like Johnson’s Flower & Garden Center, Sullivan’s Toys and Art Supplies, and Middle C Music.
Great Streets Retail Small Business Grants
Wisconsin Avenue (north of R Street) is a designated Great Streets corridor. As funds become available small businesses can apply for grants to cover capital improvements and certain soft costs. In 2017, up to $50,000 was awarded per location.
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*All demographic data is for within 0.5 miles.