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The H ST/Atlas District is a neighborhood in Northeast DC. It is considered to be an arts and entertainment district. It is in close proximity to Union Station and the US Capitol. Along H ST you will find multiple restaurants to choose from, a performing arts center, coffee shops, yoga studios, a live music venue, shopping, and more. This is an up and coming neighborhood that has gone through a recent revitalization that will soon be welcoming a Whole Foods Market.
Brookland is a historical neighborhood located in NE DC. It was in this neighborhood that President Lincoln spent many of his summers. Brookland has a small, but flourishing business community and is home to The Catholic University of America. Monroe Street is a lively street that hosts over 20 artists’ studios where you can shop, dance, and hear music. On Saturday’s you can visit the Farmers Market. It is here where you will find organic foods and artisans’ products.
Cathedral Heights is a small residential neighborhood located in NW DC. It is a peaceful community that is away from the hustle and bustle of other areas of the city. It is here where the Washington National Cathedral is located. The neighborhood consists mostly of single family homes and row houses, but you will find apartment buildings and condos along Wisconsin Avenue.
Cleveland Park is a residential neighborhood in the Northwest D.C. Connecticut Avenue is the main passageway through the neighborhood where you can find many dining options and apartment buildings. While there is ample apartment and condo living, Cleveland Park is known for its numerous late 19th century homes, the historic Art Deco Uptown Theater, and the National Zoo. Visitors and residents can also spend some of their free time hiking leafy trails and shopping at homegrown shops. This area is often a top choice for families as it has several open green spaces and is surrounded by numerous reputable schools. While it is great for families, Cleveland Park is also welcoming to singles and older couples alike.
Dupont Circle is a neighborhood, a park, a traffic circle, and historic district in NW D.C. This neighborhood is filled with row houses that were mostly built before the 1900’s. In addition to row houses you can also find high-rise apartment buildings. Dupont Circle is a popular spot for living and visiting as it has an abundance of bars, art galleries, restaurants, boutiques, and coffee houses. Dupont Circle has several museums to visit and is home to many international embassies.
Foggy Bottom is a neighborhood west of downtown in NW D.C. An ample amount of Foggy Bottom is occupied by the main campus of George Washington University. Foggy Bottom is also home to the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts and the Watergate. You will find many federal government offices here. You will also find several international and American organizations in Foggy Bottom. Part of Foggy Bottom reaches down to the Potomac shoreline where you can find people jogging, biking, and walking throughout the day. Around the neighborhood you will find various restaurants and taverns that are often filled with diplomats and students.
Georgetown is a historic port city located along the Potomac River in NW D.C. Georgetown is well-known for its hip shops, upscale stores, distinguished restaurants, and energetic nightlife.
Georgetown is a distinct combination of old and new. The architecture dates as far back as the mid-1700s. You will find cobblestone streets and sidewalks throughout this charming neighborhood. You will also find handsome looking brick row houses as well as historical mansions that are surrounded by green space and parks.
Georgetown is home to Georgetown University and several foreign embassies. It is also a sought out location for filming movies due to its blended character of past and present.
Logan Circle a funky neighborhood in northwest D.C. It is the city’s only remaining all-residential circle. You will find that a great amount of the housing in Logan Circle is in Victorian row houses. Many of these row houses have been transformed into condos. Along the main streets you will find interior design stores, one-of-a-kind boutiques, a Whole Foods, and trendy restaurants. There is said to be a pronounced sense of community here with neighbors frequently connecting with each other at the circles park. This is the same park where the famous jazz musician, Duke Ellington, used to play as a child.
Shaw is a neighborhood located in the northwest D.C. This neighborhood is named after Union Colonel Robert Gould Shaw, who served during the Civil War. Shaw’s neighboring communities include the U Street Corridor and Logan Circle. Shaw is predominately a residential neighborhood with Victorian row houses. The architecture of these houses and Shaw's central location has made it an appealing place to live. There has been a recent arrival of prosperous professionals moving to the area. It is here where you can find Lincoln Theatre, Howard Theatre, and part of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Southwest Waterfront is a residential neighborhood in SW DC. Southwest Waterfront is one of only two residential neighborhoods in Southwest. The Anacostia River touches the south side of Southwest Waterfront. The neighborhood is filled mostly with large apartment buildings and condos.
The Southwest Waterfront is undergoing some major redevelopment on the waterfront. The renovation will include new residences, hotels, retail shops, and office space. This area for locals and visitors will be referred to as, “The Wharf.” The waterfront is along 47 acres of the Washington Channel. One of the main attractions right now is the historic fish market where you can get an assortment of fresh seafood. You can also catch a baseball game nearby at Nats Park or see a theater performance at the Arena Stage.
The U Street Corridor is a lively commercial and residential district in Northwest D.C. This area has many shops, restaurants, nightspots, art galleries, and music sites. Shaw borders on the Shaw and Dupont neighborhoods. A portion of this area is considered to be a historic district from the Victorian era. You find row houses and luxury apartment buildings here. It is on this street where you will find the famous eatery, Ben’s Chili Bowl.
The West End is a neighborhood in the Northwest D.C. It can also be referred to as the Golden Triangle with the main road being K ST. The West End neighborhood borders Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, and Downtown. The West End is home to many extravagant hotels, classy condos, and upscale restaurants. It is also home to The White House, Corcoran Art Museum, and the National Geographic Museum.
Woodley Park is a neighborhood in Northwest D.C. To the east of Woodley Park is the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park. It is also a short work to Adams Morgan and Cleveland Park. In this neighborhood you will find 20th-century row houses, high rise apartments, and homes. The main avenue is busy and filled with an array of restaurants, retail stores, coffee shops, and offices that were all once row houses. It is quieter and more peaceful the residential streets of Woodley Park and you will see a lot of greenery. These qualities make it an ideal spot for families.
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Listing information last updated on March 19th, 2019 at 11:15pm EDT.