Silver Spring, Maryland is a lively suburban city outside Washington, D.C. Unless you’re familiar with the area, you could easily overlook this underrated Maryland gem. Over the past several years, the city has experienced incredible growth, especially in the downtown area.

Downtown Silver Spring is located along Georgia Avenue, intersecting with Colesville Road, approximately two miles south of the Capital Beltway (I-495). Whether passing through for a bite to eat or considering a move to the area, there’s plenty of reasons to spend time in downtown Silver Spring.

Prime Location

Looking for a fun city that offers plenty of activities for every personality? Look no further than downtown Silver Spring. Living in Silver Spring, MD provides the advantages of high-energy city life, with none of the pains associated with actual city-living.

Silver Spring’s location is perfect for an easy venture into the nation’s capital for dinner or sunrise exercise in nearby Sligo Creek Park. Although downtown Silver Spring is surrounded by other alluring hot spots, you may never want to leave!

Downtown Silver Spring is part of the fourth largest city in Maryland. It holds a sea of diverse residents, hosts numerous seasonal activities, and its pedestrian-friendly streets are perfect for living an active lifestyle!

Easy Commuting

If you plan on commuting from Silver Spring, MD to Washington, D.C., you’ll find Silver Spring’s immaculate Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center makes your trip to work a breeze.

The public transportation hub is a multilevel, multimodal facility that brings the region’s different transit systems together, including Metrorail, Metrobus, Montgomery County Ride-On, VanGo, and the University of Maryland shuttle.

The heart of Washington DC is only a six and a half mile drive from downtown Silver Spring. If you’ll be driving yourself to work, this commute down 16thSt. NW. is as simple as it gets. Even better, the best downtown Silver Spring apartments, such as Summit Hillsoffer free parking so that keeping your car close by doesn’t cost you any extra.

Renowned Attractions In Downtown Silver Spring

Whether a local or a visitor, you won’t want to miss out on these incredible attractions in Silver Spring. Definitely make sure to add these immersive experiences to your bucket list!

  • Public Art Walk: Downtown Silver Spring possess so many art installations that it’s easy to miss some if you don’t use a map. Stroll along the Public Art Walk and take in the sculptures, murals, light shows, and more.
  • AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center: Grab some popcorn! Enjoy independent and foreign films, documentaries, and classic cinema at this retro theater.
  • The Fillmore Silver Spring: Attend a variety of concerts, including rock, Latin, blues, jazz, folk, country, and more.
  • National Capital Trolley Museum: At this museum, you’ll learn everything there is to know about the history of streetcars in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
  • Veterans Plaza: This public space functions as a farmers market during the warmer months and an ice skating rink during the winter!

Variety Of Downtown Silver Spring Restaurants

Silver Spring offers an incredible representation of worldwide cuisine while maintaining its reputation for delicious local dishes. There are over 150 downtown Silver Spring restaurants, offering abundant options for every palate.

Whether you’re craving cinnamon cappuccino ice cream or a jerk chicken sandwich, there is a place for you in Silver Spring. Crowds come from all over the region to enjoy the tastes this town has to offer.

Beautiful Communities

There are beautiful options for downtown Silver Spring apartments. In the center of the action is Twin Towers with its amazing views and spacious floorplans. Even better, noise insulating windows allow you to both live the heart of downtown Silver Spring and relax in your very own peaceful sanctuary when you want a break from the bustling city – a true luxury in our book.

Summit Hills is the epitome of convenient urban living. Along with all the typical amenities offered at Southern Management communities, you’ll enjoy a complimentary coffee bar, large pool, grilling stations, picnic area, pet care, mini golf, community garden, complimentary DVD rentals, and more! Your lease at Summit Hills unlocks value and activities that other apartment communities in Silver Spring can’t begin to compete with.

Silver Spring Towers is the place for you if you enjoy hosting dinner parties or holiday celebrations. With a rooftop swimming pool, outdoor entertainment area, indoor lounge, and plenty of available parking, you’ll jump at the chance to invite friends over to your amenity-rich apartment in downtown Silver Spring.

Living In Silver Spring, MD

The Founding Of Silver Spring

Silver Spring was named quite literally after the discovery of a mica-flecked spring by journalist and presidential advisor Francis Preston Blair Sr. during the mid-seventeenth century.

The region grew to considerable size and importance at the end of the 19th century when the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad opened its Metropolitan Branch in 1873, which spanned from Washington, D.C. to Point of Rocks, MD — running through Silver Spring.

Since its founding, the city has grown in population and become an extension of the nation’s capital while still developing its own identity.

Life In Downtown Silver Spring

Downtown Silver Spring is rated extremely high on livability factors such as nightlife, diversity, health and fitness, public schools, etc. Silver Spring was ranked second out of 193 other Maryland cities as the best suburb for young professionals in Maryland.

Downtown Silver Spring possesses all the culture and entertainment of a large city, without the congestion or noise found a few miles away, in Washington D.C. The neighborhoods possess a quaint feel with more parking and open space than a city.

Don’t Forget About Southern Management

While there are plenty of reasons to love downtown Silver Spring, the excellence of Southern Management’s Silver Spring communities is one of the most notable.

If you work in the nation’s capital, consider moving to downtown Silver Spring. The short commute from Silver Spring, MD to Washington, D.C.affords the suburban feel of Montgomery County, with a front row seat to the political action on Capitol Hill.

Southern Management’s downtown Silver Spring communities offer affordability without sacrificing quality. If you’re looking for a downtown Silver Spring apartment, reach out to the helpful team at Southern Management. We operate three downtown Silver Spring apartment communities and seven in the greater Silver Spring region!

We’d love to speak with you candidly about the Southern Management difference in the Silver Spring area. No matter where you are in your search for a new apartment, our team will answer all of your questions about availability, pricing, and more.

Call (703) 902-9555 or contact us online!