More About Anacostia Real Estate
With its row houses and turn-of-the-century Victorians, the neighborhood offers first-time home buyers and investors the opportunity to purchase an affordable home in a neighborhood poised for continued growth. Plans for the MLK gateway, a modern mixed-use site in Anacostia’s historic district, promise new housing options, a plethora of retail and dining possibilities as well as an incubator for small businesses.
Dubbed “DC’s High Line,” the 11th Street Bridge Park will be DC’s first elevated park, connecting Capitol Hill to Anacostia across the Anacostia River. The 1.45 mile long elevated landscape also comes with an amphitheater, public plaza, a cafe and numerous green spaces.
Today, nature lovers congregate along the Riverwalk Trail system, a 20 mile continuous trail on both sides of the Anacostia River that accommodates a wide range of users, including cyclists, walkers, runners, and skaters. For the arts aficionado, Anacostia is full of hidden gems — from the sprinkling of art galleries around the historic district to the Anacostia Arts Center and Anacostia Playhouse.
Anacostia is served by the Anacostia Metro Station on the Green Line which also serves as a hub for Metrobus routes in SE DC as well as Prince George’s County, Maryland. Anacostia is bounded by Good Hope Road on the north; Morris Road to the south; Fort Stanton Park on the east and I-295 on the west.