The U Street Corridor is a neighborhood located in the NW quadrant of Washington DC that is experiencing gentrification and revitalization. Investment in the U Street neighborhood has followed the opening of the U Street/Cardozo Metro Station in 1991.
This neighborhood has a colorful history as one of the country's African American cultural centers and was home to prominent artists, including Duke Ellington. The U Street Corridor experienced significant rioting after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and was a blighted neighborhood for a couple of decades following the riots. One U Street constant is Ben's Chili Bowl, a neighborhood favorite restaurant spanning five decades. Read more about U Street Corridor real estate.
This Home Is Currently Configured As Two Separate Condos. But As A Premium Perk, Plans And Permits To Combine Them Convey Into An Embassy Style Residence. The New Owners Control The Entire Condo Association, Which Can Be Dissolved To Combine Into A Dream Ho...
Musolit Residences Is An Exciting New Development That Meticulously Encapsulates Luxury Refinement And Contemporary Living Within A Rich Piece Of Logan Circle History. Born Out Of The Neighborhood’s Residential Construction Boom In The 1880s, The House Was...
Terrific Investment In U-street Corridor Featuring 2 Separately Metered Units With Private Decks And Parking For Two. Live In One And Rent The Other Or Convert To Condos! The Upper Level Unit Is Renovated With 3 Bedrooms + Den And 3 Bathrooms. The Open Fl...
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Charming And Historic 4 Bed/3.5 Bath Row Home With 2 Off-street Parking Spaces! Originally Built In 1885, The Property Underwent A Meticulous Renovation And Marries The Comforts And Conveniences Of Modern Living With The Timelessness Of A Historic Home. Eq...
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Behind Its Late 19th Century Faade On This Charming And Quiet Block-long Residential Street Sits 931 Westminster St Nw, At The Crossroad Of The Vibrant And Sought After Shaw And Logan Neighborhoods. This Property Is An Amazing Opportunity To Own A Single F...
An Urban Oasis Nestled Between The District's Most Coveted Neighborhoods. The Traditional Facade Of This Home Belies An Intriguing Interior Boasting 4 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms, Contemporary Finishes, And 21st Century Conveniences. Intimate Spaces Flank An Archi...
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The dominant housing style in the U Street corridor is late 19th century Victorian row houses that line its historic streets. Many of these homes have been updated and renovated to become 21st century showplaces. Several new condominium projects have been developed in the U Street Corridor, filling in much of the vacant land created during the 1968 riots. These new projects have helped to re-establish the U Street Corridor as a desirable DC neighborhood.
The borders of the U Street Corridor are generally defined as Florida Avenue, New Hampshire Avenue, 6th Street, R Street and 16th Street. Neighboring communities include Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, Logan Circle and Shaw. The U Street Corridor is served by the U Street/Cardozo Metro Station.
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Situated in the West End, Westlight offers the advantage of sitting close to some of DC’s most popular neighborhoods. It also includes a heated rooftop swimming pool, a clubroom with a catering kitchen and a gri... Read More
DC area real estate is certainly desirable, but it seems five particular neighborhoods are commanding premium above market prices this year. The majority of the neighborhoods are found in the NW quadrant, and most are also very close to each other.
The neighborhood with the highest average sales price, when compared to original list price for 2020, is American University Park. AU Park easily leads with a ratio of nearly 103-percent.
While the median home sales price in AU ... Read More
If you don’t want to have to depend on a car to get around, DC is a great place to live. While some neighborhoods rely on public transportation, other neighborhoods are extremely walkable.
DC as a whole ranks extremely well for its walkability. In fact, DC’s WalkScore ranking is number seven in terms of the most walkable large cities in the nation.
In recent years, Redfin put DC in 4th place when it comes to its list of ‘The Best Cities for Living Without a Car’. Some neighborhoods ... Read More
A number of exciting mixed-use projects are well underway in DC right now, bringing new residential options, retail and top-notch amenities to the area. From the waterfront to the U Street Corridor, the future is bright for new construction in the area.
Going up right on the Capitol Riverfront, RiverPoint promises the allure of water and city views from a location on Buzzard Point. This thoughtfully designed property will soon feature restaurants, shops and a food hall, ... Read More
If you’re hoping to find a luxury unit in DC with the added bonus of easy access to vibrant nightlife, you cannot go wrong with any one of these top U Street Corridor addresses.
The elegant condos of The Beauregard bring loft-like features to the area. New buyers can expect to find such attractive features with the condos of The Beauregard as sweeping floor-to-ceiling glass, European-inspired kitchens, marble baths and some private terraces. As well, the property also... Read More
Now one of DC’s most vibrant areas, U Street also holds a lot of history. U Street and its surrounding neighborhood have had a lot of ups and downs over the years and decades, but these days its future is definitely looking bright once again.
First developed around the late 1800s and early 1900s, the Victorian-style architecture of the neighborhood quickly grew with the demand for more housing. Developers put down streetcar tracks as more and more homes and businesses went up.
Soon ... Read More
Alive with an exciting mix of places to go and things to do, the U Street Corridor remains one of the most vibrant destinations in the DC area. This trendy location is not only extremely popular with area residents, but also appeals to visitors, as well.
Now one of the most eclectic locations in Northwest DC, the U Street Corridor mostly stretches along U Street from 8th Street NW to 18th Street NW. The neighborhood has had its ups and downs over the years, though.
Once a thriving A... Read More
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Listing information last updated on September 26th, 2021 at 2:31pm EDT.