American University Park
Welcome to American University Park
Home to one of DC's most prestigious colleges, American University Park—known to locals as AU Park—is a unique residential yet distinctly metropolitan community that blurs the line between city and suburb. Here, you'll discover center-hall Colonials and perfectly manicured lawns, as well as a diverse assortment of businesses and top-rated schools. If you appreciate tight neighborhood bonds, tree-lined streets, and cozier historic homes packed with upgrades, this could be the perfect place to put down roots.
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Live, Work, and Play in AU Park
Stately Colonials, historic bungalows, and a few newer homes and condos line the shady tree-lined streets of American University Park. Homes here are a bit different than other neighborhoods in DC—expect smaller yards and driveways, but easy private parking and a vast suite of upgrades. AU Park homes typically sell around $1 million or more, while smaller properties, condos, and townhomes tend to hover above $500,000.
Nearby shopping & dining
Though American University Park might have a distinctly residential locale, it's still close to all the excitement DC has to offer. Most of the neighborhood's larger and local businesses can be found on Massachusetts Avenue—highlights include the Spring Valley Shopping Center, Millie's Spring Valley, and Compass Coffee. Even more conveniences, including a Whole Foods and Target, await in nearby Tenleytown.
Even if you don't have children, you'll still benefit from AU Park's vast collection of top public and private schools. These highly rated institutions provide more than just an amazing education—they also help boost property values over time. Most younger residents of American University Park are zoned for the District of Columbia Public Schools. Many children also attend private schools throughout Washington DC and go on to the neighborhood's namesake college, American University.
Unrivaled career opportunities
Thanks to its ideal location near Embassy Row, AU Park is an ideal choice for commuters. If you want to commute into the heart of DC, just take the Tenleytown Metro or drive south on Massachusetts Avenue to reach Capitol Hill. Unsurprisingly, American University Park is a popular spot for professors, college employees, and federal government workers. In fact, the federal government and American University are two of the city's largest employers.
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Our Favorite Local Picks
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Katzen Arts Center
Located on the American University campus, the Katzen Arts Center serves as a hub for visual and performing arts. It also has its own on-site museum.Visit Katzen »
Fort Baynard Park
Home to its namesake Civil War fortress, Fort Baynard Park showcases a blend of history and outdoor recreation.See the Fort »
For nearly 100 years, Wagshal's has served as DC's premier deli and market—today, they also offer catering and special events.Sample Wagshal's »
Find Your Home in American University Park
If you're eager to find your new home in American University Park or another Metro DC community, Fleisher-Arrowood is here to assist you. We have what it takes to help you navigate every step of the buying process, and you can always reach out to us with any questions.
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