// Georgetown's Design District
Cady's Alley is a 120,000-square-foot retail and residential redevelopment in the heart of Georgetown that features the area's most exclusive shops and brands. Located in D.C.'s design district, Cady's Alley offers a distinctive shopping experience of pure design, complementing locally-based antique and furnishing operators with the nation's leading high-end designers. In-store design elements include lofted ceilings, glass and steel walls and stairs, exposed brick and dramatic skylights, including a central courtyard and quaint pedestrian-friendly alleyways. In 2005, the project received a prestigious AIA Honor Award for Urban Design, a well-deserved distinction that has only increased the Alley's prominence among locals and visitors.
With Georgetown setting Washington's lifestyle trends in fashion-forward apparel and home design, Cady's Alley packs the streets with premium retailers and provides the quintessential shopping experience for fashion-conscious consumers.
Cady's Alley boasts a number of parking locations near the property, as well as the first EV charging station in Georgetown within walking distance. For parking locations please refer to the property map section of the website.
More parking information can also be found at http://www.georgetowndc.com/parking/
Originally a historic industrial port located in the heart of Washington along the Potomac River, Georgetown has evolved into one of the nation's most acclaimed residential and retail addresses. Renowned throughout the D.C. area for its early Federalist architecture and preserved sites, the neighborhood's charm is maintained in its historic brick-and-frame rowhouses, shops, churches, large estates, and cobblestone streets. The Georgetown Historic District appears on the National Register as a National Historic Landmark site and encompasses over one square mile.
With the historic charm and a refined selection of retailers, Georgetown is one of D.C.'s premier shopping destinations. Attracted by the densely populated and very affluent immediate resident base, numerous national retailers are transforming the environs immediately surrounding the prime commercial corners of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street. Retailers in the community include Barneys CO-OP, Brooks Brothers, Michael Kors, All Saints, Rag & Bone, Intermix, Levi's, Banana Republic, Bennetton, Polo/Ralph Lauren, Jack Wills, Jack Spade, J. Crew, Madewell, Victoria's Secret, BCBG, Diesel, Athleta, Calvin Klein, Nike, Bebe, and Coach, among others. In addition to apparel and other soft-goods retailers, Georgetown is home to upscale and casual dining, including Caf???? Milano, Leopold's, Daily Grill, La Madeleine, Paolo's, Neyla, Peacock Caf????, Citronelle, and Morton's Steakhouse. Georgetown has always had a rich concentration of locally-owned unique home furnishing and high-end antique stores, which are now being augmented by national furnishing retailers like CB2, Restoration Hardware, and the upscale tenants found in Cady's Alley.