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Adams Morgan is a culturally diverse neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C., centered at the intersection of 18th Street and Columbia Road. Adams Morgan is considered the center of Washington's Arts community, and is a major night life area with many bars and restaurants, particularly along 18th Street and Columbia Road. Much of the neighborhood is composed of 19th- and early 20th-century row houses, converted condos and apartment buildings.
Name of NW Community
Adams Morgan real estate
Brightwood real estate
Brightwood is a small neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C. The neighborhood is bounded by Georgia Avenue NW to the West, Missouri Avenue NW to the South and Piney Branch RD NW to the North. Brightwood Park is largely characterized by rowhouses, detached and semi-detached houses, and small neighborhood businesses. The neighborhood is often misidentified as being part of adjacent neighborhoods, such as the Brightwood Park and Petworth neighborhoods to the South and the Manor Park and Takoma Park neighborhoods to the North.
Bloomingdale real estate
The neighborhood of Bloomingdale is in the heart of Washington, D.C. less than two miles North of the United States Capitol building. Most of the homes within Bloomingdale are turn of the Century Victorian style rowhouses and converted condos. Nearby neighborhoods that border on Bloomingdale are Pleasant Plains to the Northwest, LeDroit Park to the West, Shaw to the Southwest, Truxton Circle to the Southeast, Eckington to the East, and Edgewood to the Northeast.
Chinatown is a small historic neighborhood with many Chinese and Asian restaurants and a handful of other small businesses. The Friendship Arch, a traditional Chinese gate, prominently marks the neighborhood at H and 7th Streets. Chinatown is located near Penn Quarter, a revitalized arts and entertainment district with new restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, museums, theaters and trendy stores. The community is mostly made up of businesses but there are plenty of condos to choose from in this vibrant community.
Chinatown real estate
The Columbia Heights/U St corridor is located in NW Washington, DC. The boundaries are 16th Street to the West, Sherman Avenue to the East, Spring Road to the North, and U St to the South. This community is probably one of Washington's most ethnically and economically diverse neighborhoods, with a mixture of condos, rowhouses,
public and middle-income housing. With its variety of restaurants, theaters, live music and cafe's; the Columbia Heights U St corridor has established itself once again as DC's most vibrant neighborhood.
Columbia Heights/U St
16th Street Heights, the quiet residential neighborhood between 16th Street and Georgia Avenue, is perhaps the complete opposite of Columbia Heights, its neighbor to the south. While Columbia Heights has become a business and retail hub in recent years complemented by a slew of new residential developments, 16th Street Heights has virtually nothing in the way of restaurants, bars, stores or new condos. Instead it offers large stately homes in a quiet, green environment with short commutes to downtown.
16th ST Heights real estate
Chevy Chase is generally agreed to be bounded by Rock Creek Park on the East, Western Avenue (which divides D.C. and Maryland) and Tennyson Street on the North, and Reno Road to the West. Opinions differ on the Southern boundary, where Chevy Chase meets Forest Hills, but many residents consider it to be Broad Branch Road between 32nd and 27th streets. The well-known suburb-in-the-city, is a place with gorgeous houses on well-appointed lawns and a large enough commercial stretch to make it feel relatively self-sufficient. But be careful not to mistake the far Northwest DC neighborhood for Chevy Chase, Md.
Chevy Chase real estate
DuPont Circle real estate
Dupont Circle is located at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue NW, Connecticut Avenue NW, New Hampshire Avenue NW, P Street NW, and 19th Street NW. It is a cosmopolitan neighborhood with some of Washington, DC's finest museums, historic homes and foreign embassies as well as a variety of restaurants, bookstores, and private art galleries. There are lots of high-rise apartment buildings and many rowhouses have been converted into apartments. The Circle itself is a gathering place with park benches, grass and a unique fountain in the center.
LeDroit/Shaw real estate
The LeDroit/Shaw neighborhood is roughly bounded by M Street, NW or Massachusetts Avenue NW to the South; New Jersey Avenue, NW to the East; Howard University to the North; and 11th Street, NW to the West. This community is rich in African American history. Many historians say that Shaw was the Harlem before Harlem. Currently this community is going through a renaissance of its own over the past decade or so. With Howard Theater reopening and O Street Market coming back, this community is poised to reclaim itself as on of DC's prominent communities.
Petworth real estate
Petworth is a bounded by Georgia Ave to the West, North Capitol Street to the East, Rock Creek Church Road to the South, and Kennedy Street NW to the North. This beautiful community is known for its large Wardman style rowhouses, porches and quiet tree lined streets. With plenty of green space and up and coming restaurants this community is a secret no more. As recently as 2013, Petworth was ranked as DC's hottest neighborhood. With easy access to downtown and Maryland it's no wonder why people are moving into this neighborhood.
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