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U Street Corridor Real Estate

The U Street Corridor is an urban neighborhood located in the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, DC.  This neighborhood has experienced significant development and revitalization over the past couple of decades.  The U Street Corridor neighborhood is bounded by New Hampshire Avenue to the west, Florida Avenue to the north, 6th Street to the west and R Street to the south.  Read more about U Street Corridor real estate.

U Street Corridor Real Estate For Sale

U Street Corridor Real Estate For Sale September 25, 2022
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Recently Sold U Street Corridor Properties

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More About U Street Corridor Real Estate

The U Street Corridor neighborhood features a healthy mix of both residential housing as well as businesses and shopping venues.   The major streets are lined with shops, nightclubs, art galleries, and a collection of eateries.  Originally developed following the Civil War, the neighborhood continued to expand through the early 20th century.  Today, the area  features a vast array of properties including historic row houses and upscale contemporary condo developments.

The U Street Corridor is widely acclaimed  as a cultural center for African Americans and in its early years served as the neighborhood of choice for affluent black Washingtonians. Today, residents and visitors can enjoy the historic Lincoln Theater which opened in 1921 or the iconic Howard Theater which opened in 1926. Since the opening of the U Street Metro Station in 1990, more than 2,000 new condo units have been delivered in the U Street neighborhood.

Blog Posts About the U Street Corridor
The Beat Goes on at Parker15 Luxury Condos

  DC’s vibrant U Street Corridor will soon be home to another luxury condo building. Bozzuto Homes is developing the hotly anticipated Parker15, located at the southeast corner of 15th and ... Read more

DC is One of the Top 10 Sexiest Neighborhoods

Powerful yes, but sexy? According to a recent Thrillist ranking, the 14th Street neighborhood in Washington, DC, ranked #9 in the "Top Ten Sexy Neighborhoods," in the U.S., edging out Back Bay in ... Read more

Best Washington DC Neighborhoods For Young Professionals

Young professionals are a growing part of the Washington DC population with a number of neighborhoods that cater specifically to this market. These neighborhoods tend to offer closer accessibility ... Read more

Finding the Best and Most Stylish Used Furniture in Washington DC

Some of the most stylish furniture these days is not brand-new.  Whether it's vintage or pre-owned, a number of select shops in the DC area cater to residents looking for a distinctive look and ... Read more

What Are the Best Neighborhoods for Singles in Washington DC?

While a constant refrain in DC is that single women vastly outnumber the single men, there are a number of trendy DC neighborhoods that cater to the single life:  Georgetown Georgetown is ... Read more

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