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Pet Friendly Apartment DC

Pet-Friendly Living at Cathedral Commons

We know your pet is part of your family, so we’ve made sure that Cathedral Commons flats, lofts, and townhomes are pet-friendly. Your pet will feel right at home in your new neighborhood with several great places for you to take him or her.

Shops
Wylie Wagg: This Virginia-based, upscale pet shop will be built on-site at Cathedral Commons. This means that when you run out of cat food, or you need a new bed for your dog, you don’t need to venture far. They have a wide variety of cozy beds, high-quality pet food brands like Blue Buffalo, unique toys, and an array of grooming products. This way, even Fido has everything he needs close to home.

Dalton Brody: Even this elegant home furnishing boutique across the street from Cathedral Commons wants to pamper your pooch. They have a small but comprehensive dog section that includes dog breed-specific home décor, food bowls, treat jars, and even a variety of colorful collars.

Recreation
Newark Street Dog Park: One of the best parts of your new neighborhood is the amount of open space it offers. Nestled on a tree-lined street, between the McLean Gardens Playground and the Newark Street Community Garden is this park for dogs big and small. The dogs playing within the fenced-in space are well behaved and supervised by their owners, making for a peaceful but fun place to take your pet any time of day. This dog park occasionally hosts pet-related events that can help you get to know your neighbors, including a doggie costume contest for Halloween and an Anniversary Celebration for pets and their humans.

Easy dog-walking: When you live in a neighborhood composed of apartments, gardens, and freestanding homes with lawns, there are lots of great places to walk your dog. The Cleveland Park area has plenty of greenery along its streets. Here, you can take a quiet and relaxing walk with your dog without running into harried commuters, busy intersections, and lost tourists.

The trails at Glover Archbold Park are known in the area as great places for walking your dog. There is also an unofficial, off-leash dog park on the premises, where locals love to gather.

Dining Out
One of the best things about Cleveland Park is how pet-friendly it is. The restaurants in the area are ready to accommodate al fresco dining with your dog.

Café Deluxe: This comfort food café is known for its Sunday brunches, and now your dog can join in on your lazy weekend breakfast. They are known to bring bowls of water for your dog as needed.

Medium Rare: Good luck keeping your dog away from your filet at this classic, reasonably priced steakhouse.

Café Ole: At this Middle Eastern restaurant, you can dine on the patio with your pet, and enjoy more exotic cuisine.

Your pet is important to you, and that’s important to us. That’s why we built Cathedral Commons in a neighborhood that makes it easy, and fun, to have a furry friend.

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