Eastern Market is an area located in DC's Capitol Hill neighborhood that draws its name from the historic market located there. The boundaries of Eastern Market are often debated but roughly defined as E. Capitol Street to the north, 11th Street to the East, Pennsylvania Avenue to the southeast and 3rd Street to the west.
Eastern Market's housing stock is dominated by row houses many of which are either have Victorian or Federal period designs. The strict regulations of the Capitol Hill Historic District have helped to keep many of these row houses true to their original design. Condo developments in the Eastern sub-market include Butterfield House and Grace Church.
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Truly a Capitol Hill icon, Eastern Market continues to attract locals and visitors for everything from farm fresh produce and crafts to live entertainment. The vibrant marketplace is one of the oldest such locations in the entire DC area and easily a favorite for those looking for locally sourced fresh food and other items, from meat and poultry to flowers and baked goods.
On the weekends the site generates even more traffic, often with upwards of 100 vendors ... Read More
The Capitol Hill enclave of Eastern Market is known for its century-old market, nice homes, local farm-fresh produce, independently owned stores and restaurants all within walking distance. This is a place where on the weekends you can enjoy live music, fresh food, handmade arts and crafts, and jewelry sold by the local artisans. Inside are a variety of small shops selling produce, cheese, meat and flowers. On the weekends, artists can be found outside selling their paintings and craft... Read More
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Listing information last updated on July 21st, 2019 at 3:00pm EDT.