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Unless you have an unlimited check from your parents, the better question is where can you afford to live? But if we want to pretend that money doesn't matter.... I love Dupont Circle. It's were downtown meets the residential areas, so there is a nice mix of office buildings, condo/apt buildings, embassies and row houses. Lots of restaurants and something is ALWAYS going on in the Circle. South of the circle is a reasonable walk to GW, north of the circle is a bit of a hike, though do-able. And I'm sure there is a bus line that runs between the two. GW is on the orange line, so you might want to consider the orange line corridor in Arlington. Courthouse & Clarendon are safe, a tad cheaper than Winder and also have lots of restaurants and things going on. Georgetown is right around the corner from GW. But you'll probably have quite a bit of competition for reasonably priced apartments, since you'll be competing with GW and Georgetown students. I wouldn't recommend Foggy Bottom (the neighborhood where GW is located). It's mostly been taken over by the GW campus itself, so you'd be surrounded by undergrads. The NOMA, Near Northeast and Atlas District neighborhoods seem to be attracting a lot of young professionals and the sorts of places they would frequent, but they aren't exactly convenient and are probably not what your mom would consider "safe". I wouldn't recommend Adams Morgan. You'll probably find yourself in a bar there at some point but who wants to live near that insanity. Both Columbia Heights and the U st corridor would probably fit the safe (ish) and fun criteria and there are a decent supply of new condo and apartment buildings in both areas but they're not convenient to campus. But rentals in Winder are expensive and in short supply, so I'd do some cost based research before you get you heart set on one area.