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Washingtonians desiring a zestful urban living experience are drawn to the U Street Corridor, a dynamic centrally located community.  With some of the District's most popular ethnic restaurants, most happening nightclubs and an array of unique merchants, the U Street Corridor is a diverse and lively neighborhood.

The U Street Corridor is one of DC's neighborhoods with borders that tend to meander depending on who is defining them.  Here at DC Condo Boutique, we use the U Street Corridor boundaries defined by Wikipedia as Florida Avenue to the north and east, New Hampshire Avenue to the west, 6th Street to the east and R Street to the south.

Housing options in the U Street Corridor run the gamete from hip newer condo developments like the Beauregard,

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The U Street Corridor is one of the most trendy and hot DC neighborhoods  It features an interesting smorgasbord of residential housing options including restored Victorian-era row houses, upscale lofts and contemporary urban condo developments.  

U Street redeveloped and has flourished after the U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo Metro Station was opened in the neighborhood in 1991.  This station provides service to the Green Line and also to the Yellow line in off-peak hours.  The U street neighborhood has emerged as one of the District's top entertainment neighborhoods with many restaurants, club and shopping venues.

Often referred to as part of DC's Mid-City, the U Street Corridor neighborhood is bounded by R Street to the south, New

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Have you heard about the new mezzanine-level people watching perch at the P Street Whole Foods?  Now you can sit high above the action and watch health-conscious mid-city-ites shake melons, squeeze oranges and occasionally sneak a grape or two. People watching doesn't get any better than this!

For those who like to people watch.....and who doesn't in DC...how about a DC condo with a prime-time people watching balcony?  What could be better than checking out the scenery from your private balcony?

Much of the DC housing stock has outdoor balconies and space orientated away from the action towards the rear property.  After much introspective thought, here are our picks for the best people watching balconies in the District:

Q14 - Tough to top a balcony

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What could be better for a busy Washingtonian than coming home from work and having a friendly place in the building to have an adult beverage and dinner?  While everyone makes fun of Norm on Cheers.....there is something to be said for having a seat at the bar where everyone knows your name!

A trend that is gaining momemtum here in the District is to develop condo buildings with ground floor retail and dining options.  While residential over retail won't work on the leafy streets of Kalorama, it certainly does in the the more urban neighborhoods of the District.  Developments with this configuration are proving very popular with their residents. 

While there are many other developments in the District with ground level dining, here are some

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