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Demand for Elevators Increases in Georgetown Market

The Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., is seeing increased demand for home elevators; photo courtesy of Stiltz Homelifts via The Georgetower.

In the wake of COVID-19, housing demand in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., has risen, and the biggest selling point in these homes is elevators, reported The Georgetowner on May 24. Almost all single-family homes in Georgetown are vertical, with two to three staircases, and a growing number of Georgetown residents are duo-professional families with young children and seniors. These factors have caused demand for elevators to increase. While they are a relatively new addition to Georgetown housing, elegant one-person elevators are beginning to be marketed in real estate across the U.S. Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Chair Rick Murphy says, “Every new home in the development where I bought a retirement home in Florida had an elevator.”

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