GatherDC Townhouse Available for Hourly + Full-Day Rentals

GatherDC’s townhouse, located in the heart of Dupont Circle, boasts a bright and spacious fully furnished living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and conference room available for hourly and full-day rentals. All areas feature a modern, flexible floor plan that can be easily catered to your organization’s needs.


The Highlights

  • Comfortable seating for up to 30 people
  • WiFi, A/V equipment, white board wall
  • Kitchen with microwave, toaster, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, dinnerware for 16
  • Private parking located directly behind the townhouse
  • Dedicated event support for a hassle-free rental
  • Beautiful, modern, moveable floor plan
  • Central location in the heart of Northwest DC
  • Rent space by the hour or day


NOTE: Rates start at $75/hour and $500/day. For details or to schedule a tour, email Julie Thompson at Rental reservations must be made at least two business days in advance.

The Location

  • Located in central Dupont Circle, at the intersection of M and 18th Street – just off of Connecticut Avenue;
  • Only a few blocks from the Dupont Circle and Farragut North metro stations (Red Line) and steps away from several bus lines;
  • Next door to amazing coffee shops, bars, and restaurants.

The Space

  • The entire first floor of the townhouse, which includes a vibrant, modern layout – prime for productivity.
  • Access to a fully furnished living room, dining room, bathroom, and kitchen area.
  • A mix of lounge style seating and tables.
  • Each of these areas can be sectioned off with the original 19th century doors.

The Amenities

  • Large, open living room with furniture that can be easily moved to accommodate your needs;
  • Coat rack and storage closet;
  • High-speed WiFi and A/V system complete with a large, flatscreen TV;
  • White-board wall with dry-erase markers;
  • Full kitchen equipped with a Keurig (coffee not included), toaster oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, oven warmer;
  • 6 bar stools seated around a large granite island;
  • Spacious dining room with two large, white, expandable tables;
  • Dinner set for 16 people (plates, bowls, silverware).

The Extras

  • Private parking directly behind the townhouse (for an additional fee).
  • A unique, secure passcode for ease of entry into the townhouse and security throughout your event.
  • Furniture that can be moved around in order to meet the needs of your event.

The Support

GatherDC staff will support you every step of the way for a hassle-free rental. We will assist you with any requests, answer questions, and make your event-hosting experience as smooth as possible.

Past renters

Individuals have utilized this space to host:

  • Acoustic concert experiences
  • Board meetings
  • Team retreats
  • Professional collaborative meetings
  • Holiday dinners
  • Life-cycle events (e.g. wedding rehearsal dinners)
  • Focus groups
  • Networking happy hours

Interested in renting our space for your upcoming event? Email Julie Thompson at

About GatherDC

GatherDC is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to helping thousands of Jewish 20s and 30s find their people and their place across DC’s Jewish community. From housing, to jobs, to events, to rabbis, to kosher food, and everything in between – we are the go to resource connecting Jewish young adults to one another, to local organizations, and to a meaningful adult Jewish identity. To learn more, check out, or follow GatherDC on Facebook or Instagram.
Note: If you lose, misplace, or forget anything at our townhouse – let us know! Email our office manager Julie Thompson or call 202-656-0743 and we’ll do our best to help you reunite with your lost item(s).

GatherDC rents space to organizations and individuals based on our discretion. The views and opinions expressed by the organizations and individuals who rent out the GatherDC townhouse are solely their own and do not represent those of the organization GatherDC and/or any/all contributors to GatherDC. All organizations and persons who rent our space must adhere to GatherDC’s Community Guidelines. We reserve the right to refuse or terminate renting space to any organization and/or individuals that misleads, offends, engages in or depicts hateful speech, bullying, violence, illegal activity, drug use, or excessive drinking. Space rental requests that violate our concept of safe space will be rejected.

GatherDC welcomes the participation of interfaith ​individuals and organizations, and people of all abilities, backgrounds, races, ethnicities, gender identities, political perspectives, and sexual orientations. GatherDC does not promote one form of Judaism over another. We ​foster inclusive communities​​​ and strive​​ to accommodate all needs. If you require special accommodations, please let us know in advance and we will make every effort to meet your needs.

GTJ staff member, Michael Lipin, pulled off quite the public dance party this past weekend. Hundreds of people gathered at Dance in the Circle on May 13th, to see nine dance troupes perform on a stage in Dupont Circle… and even dance themselves.

Michael Lipin — Dance Party Organizer Extraordinaire

After a wide range of dance styles were featured — from clogging to hiphop — the evening wrapped up with an open hour of dance, including lights, speakers blasting, and massive audience participation.

The crowd gathers

“The Circle almost had the feel of a night club, but with everyone invited – especially the moms, who got some special shout-outs from the MC in honor of Mother’s Day,” Lipin told GTJ.

Co-organizer and design director Alex Emmerman in action on the Dupont Circle fountain as part of Hoop Dance DC’s performance

“Dance in the Circle was a personal dream of mine, given my passion for dance,” he said, “but its success was the result of excellent teamwork, particularly with my fellow-volunteers Daniel Kramer and Alex Emmerman. Daniel had been working with me on the planning of DITC since April 2011, while Alex came on board last December and did an amazing job as DITC graphic designer and webmaster.”

Yala Fitness leading the crowd in their energized dance fitness program

“In producing DITC, we all experienced ups & downs, but we were determined enough to overcome the obstacles. A key to the success of the event was building a broad coalition of supporters in the community, from non-profit groups like Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets and the Dupont Circle Citizens Association, to local businesses such as Attache Property Management and BGR The Burger Joint, and even DC Councilmember Jack Evans,” Lipin added.

According to event organizers, some 500 people turned out for the event during the day. The event had been postponed from its original date on April 21st due to inclement weather, but Sunday’s warm weather attracted many passers-by. The event was such a bit hit, it caught the attention of the Washington Times.

For more pictures, click here.