Mount Vernon Triangle
Mount Vernon Triangle is a neighborhood of fifteen city blocks in the NW quadrant of Washington, DC, anchored around the intersection of Mass Ave, NY Ave, K St and 8th St. The Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood has experienced significant revitalization after the opening of the Walter E Washington Convention Center. This facility, the second largest building in the District, attracts thousand of visitors on a daily basis. The Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood is home to National Public Radio and several historic landmarks.
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Mount Vernon Triangle Housing
Mount Vernon Triangle is truly an urban inner-city neighborhood with a diverse inventory of housing options. The neighborhood was originally developed after the Civil War when the street car lines were built in the area. The predominant architectural style throughout the neighborhood are three-story and four-story row houses featuring an Italianate and Queen Anne flair. Many of these town homes are being revitalized and brought back to their late 19th century grandeur. In recent years, new condo development has come to the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood with several projects now complete.
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The boundaries of Mount Vernon Triangle are 7th Street to the west, New York Avenue to the north, New Jersey Avenue to the East and Massachusetts Avenue, 6th Street and K Street to the South. Neighborhoods bordering Mount Vernon Triangle include: NOMA; Chinatown; Penn Quarter; Shaw and Logan Circle. The Mount Vernon Square/Convention Center Metro Station serves the neighborhood.
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