The culturally rich, diverse world of Gaithersburg, Maryland is a well-suited home for The Carnegie. Our prime location at Washingtonian Center adjacent to Downtown Crown provides our residents with easy access to points of interest including retail shopping, exquisite dining, enjoyable nightlife, and cultural events that capture the rich atmosphere of this city.


Whether you are a wine connoisseur, dining aficionado, or nightlife devotee, Downtown Crown offers it all and more. Located off Crown Park Avenue, this vibrant, up-and-coming quadrant of Gaithersburg will be your new favorite spot to spend your days.

Downtown Crown points of interest include:

  • Ted’s Bulletin Family Restaurant
  • The Woodhouse Day Spa
  • Cinnaholic Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls
  • Old Town Pour House


This lakefront shopping, dining, and entertainment hub caters to all ages and interests, tied together with a breathtaking backdrop unique to Gaithersburg. RIO is the perfect place for residents to venture out with their grandchildren, families, or with friends to experience its wide variety of entertainment.

Lakefront Attractions Include:

  • The Carousel – presented by Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center
  • Rio playground
  • Paddle boats
  • Statues of Kimo & Fridolin
  • Lakeside Path to Wellness
  • Fish Feeders


This 73-acre park is named after Malcolm King, a naturalist advocate, and remains mostly in its wooded state, providing a serene, undisturbed dimension of Gaithersburg. Located right outside our community and home to a 2.1-mile hike and bike trail, Malcolm King Park is the perfect spot to find relaxation or your next adventure.

Featured amenities:

  • Basketball court
  • Multi-use field space
  • Pickleball lines
  • Picnic tables
  • Playground
  • Trails


A landmark along Darnestown Road since 1900, the Kentlands Mansion was constructed by Frederick Tschiffely before it was purchased by Otis Beall Kent in 1942. Now, the Kentlands Mansion belongs to the City of Gaithersburg and is a premiere host for weddings, receptions, social functions, business meetings, and more. Furthermore, the mansion is home to a beautifully engaging art gallery, Arts on the Green, which features both performing and visual art shows, and many workshops and classes dedicated to the community. Learn more.


Interested in the vast history that surrounds the city of Gaithersburg? The Gaithersburg Community Museum, located in the B&O Rail complex in Old Towne, presents a variety of interactive opportunities and exhibits to delve into the city’s rich history. Housed in the Gaithersburg Railroad Station, a once major rail complex, the museum is a fully immersive experience that will draw you in the moment you cross the threshold. Learn More.


Located just three miles from The Carnegie, the International Latitude Observatory is an important landmark in the history of earth science. It was one of six observatories created in the 19th century and was instrumental in assisting scientists in understanding the earth’s weather conditions and characteristics. This observatory pays tribute to the tremendous scientific progresses made in the 20th century and is a special landmark within Gaithersburg worthy of awe and praise. Learn More.


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