Brookland

Blog posts about the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC

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With a small town vibe, the charming community of Brookland continues to attract new residents with affordable homes and charming appeal. The area once marketed towards those looking for a more ‘country-like’ atmosphere outside of DC, has now evolved into a blend of housing, retail and restaurants, with new redevelopment mixed in with older structures.

Mostly centered along 12th Street NE, much of the newer development in Brookland is close to the Metro stops. There are also new restaurants, though, popping up next to more established ones along 12th Street NE. The neighborhood’s walkability and ease of reaching downtown proves appealing to new and established residents.

As well, a future extension of the Metropolitan Branch Trail will take

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brookland mural

Once limited by just a few places to go and visit Brookland is now teeming with the arts, from its decades old theater and community studio to its live music and popular Arts Walk. The area has seen a lot of development in recent years, including the hundreds of newly populated apartments that make up the Monroe Street Market.

While the long standing Dance Place offers affordable dance classes for kids and adults, it has also grown into a place for after-school programs, life-skill classes and job training. Meanwhile the popular weekly Third Thursday during the summer months provides free dance and music to visitors, while also giving local artists a location to show and design their creations within Arts Walk.

Consisting of more than two-dozen

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brookland station

Sixteen brand new upscale condos are now available for move-in at upscale Brookland Station, just two blocks from the Brookland-CUA Metro Station on the Red Line of the Washington Metro. Construction is complete for these spacious 3 bedroom | 2 ½ bath residences with magnificent rooftop views. Brookland Station is in a very walkable part of DC, receiving an 84 Walk Score. Brookland Station residences are close to restaurants, coffee houses, bars, parks and markets, including Yes! Organic Market.

The 16 luxury residences offer three different floor plans, starting in the upper $500s. The units range in size from 1,595 square feet up to 1,845 square feet. Each of these stunning upscale homes feature 2 story-living; expansive outdoor space (terraces,

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gallery towns brookland

The up-and-coming Brookland neighborhood in the quiet corner of northeast DC is a private enclave close to the center of the nation’s U.S. Capitol, and is now selling 45 really cool new luxury townhomes.  The new community, Gallery Towns, offers luxury townhomes with 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, and a variety of 4 floor plans to select from with either a 1-car garage or a private yard with an off-street parking space included.  This premier location is in the center of a rich lifestyle, trendy dining spots and lively entertainment.  The brand new townhouse community from Bozzuto Homes is close walking distance to the convenient Brookland-CUA Metro Station. Additionally, Brookland enjoys a high Walk Score of 84 where residents can walk to their

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Up-and-coming neighborhood Brookland is a less expensive option than Capitol Hill if young professionals would like to live in proximity to downtown DC and walk to a Metro Station.  Tucked in the Northeast quadrant of DC, Brookland is known for its friendly residents, neighborhood pride, and reasonably priced single-family homes with yards.  Several mixed-use planned developments will bring in new restaurants, shops, art galleries, new gathering places and residences to the community’s quiet streets.

For commuters, Brookland is an ideal location.  The Brookland-CUA Metro Red Line is in the neighborhood, as well as frequent buses, and an easy drive to downtown DC in 12 minutes, and the airport in 15 minutes.  Most homes in Brookland are detached

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Residents in Brookland, located in the northeast quadrant of DC, praise the neighborhood for its friendliness, diversity and easy commute to downtown.  If you are looking for a more affordable alternative to Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle or U Street, Brookland should be on your list as you house-hunt in DC.  It is easy to get around DC from Brookland since it is served by its own Metro Station, the Brookland-CUA on the Red Line.   Buses frequently run throughout the neighborhood.  Downtown by car takes 12 minutes and 15 minutes to Reagan National Airport. 

Many reasonably priced detached single-family homes in colonial, bungalow and Victorian styles with large yards can be found here, as well as row houses and duplexes.  The area has a suburban feel to

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