The Penn Quarter is a mixed-use urban neighborhood located in the NW quadrant of Washington, DC, and on the East End of Downtown. This area has been revitalized with the opening of the Verizon Center which draws thousands to the neighborhood several times a week for sporting events and other attractions.
The Penn Quarter is now home to Class A office buildings, museums, theaters, upscale retail, restaurants and government agencies, including the FBI. The Penn Quarter offers easy access to both Downtown and the Washington Mall where many of its 10,000 residents work and play. Read more about Penn Quarter real estate.
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The Penn Quarter is home to several newly developed upscale condominium projects. These projects are amenity-rich and offer a true urban lifestyle experience.
The boundaries of the Penn Quarter neighborhood are Pennsylvania Avenue to the South, 3rd Street to the East, 15th Street to the West and New York and Massachusetts Avenue to the North. Neighborhoods bordering the Penn Quarter include: Mount Vernon Triangle, NOMA and Capital Hill. The Penn Quarter is served by the following Metro Stations: Archives; Gallery Place/Chinatown; Judiciary Square and Metro Center.
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