A new boutique condominium with only 16 residences will open by the end of this year, promising a “green” state of-the-art building in the heart of city living in the H Street Corridor neighborhood of DC. H Street is pedestrian-friendly with all of the modern conveniences you need within walking distance and various transportation options to get to work all within steps of DC’s hottest neighborhood known for its entertainment, art, dining, and shopping. Within steps of the building, there are also Biergarten Haus, H Street Country Club, H Street Farmers Market and Union Market; a new Whole Foods Market 5 blocks away is expected to open in 2016. Transportation options include walking, nearby Union Station for trains and Metro Station, city buses and a…
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Real estate is so hot right now in the popular H Street Corridor that the latest home sale went so far above the asking price that it almost reached $1 million! In just 4 years, the home price zoomed up from $273,000 to $900,000. The home’s astronomical value is about right with the current great demand for cool homes in the area. This home originally sold in 2010 for $273,000; was renovated; and then sold a year later for $727,000. The house, on the market recently for only 3 days, sold $75,000 above its asking price of $825,000 for $900,000.
This small row house though packs a punch. The 2-bedroom home also has an income suite, plus 2.5 bathrooms, and updated kitchen and bathrooms. The kitchen opens to a cool outdoor dining area and a parking…
DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a row house located at 918 7th Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 in the H Street Corridor. This home features 3 BR / 5.5 BA / 1,436 SF of living space and closed on September 30th, 2014 for $900,000 / $627 SF. Two secure off-street parking spaces conveyed with this unit.
Thoroughly renovated in 2011, this three level row house in the H Street Corridor features a chef’s kitchen, elegant baths with marble floors and a large deck for outdoor entertaining. A finished basement with in-law suite rounds out the appeal of this property. Located on 7th Street just 1.5 blocks north of H Street, this home is close to all the action on this burgeoning corridor.
At the corner of DC’s two popular neighborhoods---H Street and Capitol Hill---The Maryland, a brand new upscale 5-story, 84-unit condominium building, is conveniently located, luxurious, and designed with elegant interior finishes; in addition, it features top-of-the-line building amenities like an expansive roof top deck with grill and gaming and an outdoor lobby. The Maryland is spot-on with all of the conveniences today’s young professional needs: a Concierge, staffed front desk, lobby e-bar, and underground garage parking. There is an on-site Bikeshare and a streetcar line to fit unique transportation needs. The neighborhood is urban and convenient.
The 1-and 2 bedroom condos offer contemporary living with an open kitchen to the dining area and
Hipster bars and restaurants have revitalized H Street, NE, into a thriving destination not just for local residents but also for visitors and residents all over DC. Home to a diverse community, the H Street corridor features restaurants offering foods from all over the world. International cuisines boast Vegan, Middle Eastern, Ethiopian, Italian, Vietnamese, Caribbean, Belgian and so much more. The collection of new and exciting restaurants enhances the quality of life and stomachs in DC, especially in the vibrant walk-able neighborhood of H Street. Yelp reviews are flooding the Internet by hip 20-somethings writing glowing reviews for their favorite DC restaurants and these are our top picks:
Atlas Room: The small and intimate Atlas Room features
Our baby boomer-aged readers probably remember the title track to the 1978 movie Grease staring Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta. This popular song was recorded by none other than Frankie Valli. To best sum up how we are feeling right now about the H Street neighborhood, just substitute "H Street" for the "Grease" in this song's refrain:H Street is the word
H Street is the word, is the word that you heard
It's got groove it's got meaning
H Street is the time, is the place is the motion
H Street is the way we are feeling
The biggest hot spot to hit DC is a 12-block strip east of Union Station near the U.S. Capitol on H Street, N.E. The street is filled with trendy bars, lounges, eateries and cultural venues. At night, the sidewalks are crowded…
With the movement of young people, jobs and businesses to big cities, like Washington, DC, there has been a boom in population growth in cities rather than suburbs in most metro areas across the United States. Cities are now rapidly replacing suburbs as the hub of economic and population growth. A new study reveals a real urban shift in the nation’s housing market. Neighborhoods now seen as most desirable are denser, more mixed-use and diverse. These gentrifying neighborhoods, as they have shifted from lower-to-middle-class to middle-to-upper-class are also getting more expensive to buy homes.
Housing prices in urban neighborhoods were up 11.3%, compared to 10.2% in suburban neighborhoods, according to a new study by Trulia. Housing prices rose
It is time to celebrate the vibrancy and energy of DC's urban neighborhoods. Over the last year several DC neighborhoods have been recognized on a national basis including:
- Adams Morgan & U Street - Named one of the top Art Places in America. The neighborhood has plenty of creative and cultural venues such as art galleries and theaters. Energy and vibrancy shape this neighborhood filled with independently-owned shops, sidewalk cafes, hip restaurants serving ethnic cuisine, coffee shops where trendy young professionals move for urban living and remain to raise their young families.
- Columbia Heights/11th Street - Named “Washington’s hippest new strip.” One of DC’s most urban and diverse neighborhoods draws young professionals in their 20s and
315 G is newly released condo development that converted a vacant and neglected apartment building in the H Street Corridor into 15 boutique condos. The building's historic exterior has been restored, while the interior has been updated with sleek modern finishes.
315 G features 15 one and two bedroom units on three floors. Developer finishes include stainless appliances, chocolate bamboo wood floors, contemporary cabinetry, SileStone countertops, pendant lighting and high ceilings. All units have washers and dryers and selected units also have private patios.
Located just a block from the revitalized H Street and three blocks from Union Station, 315 G is convenient to the entire city. Currently, three 315 G units are listed for sale in our…