Capitol Hill Condos For Sale
Capitol Hill is the epicenter of Washington, DC—a place where political power and battles collide. It’s also a red-hot downtown real estate market, known for historic architecture as well as new modern condos for sale.
And don’t forget all the amazing bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment, as well as an impressive collection of parks, museums and more.
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A Historical Perspective
This is where our government was formed. In 1793, a year after the cornerstone of the White House was laid, George Washington selected Jenkins’ Hill as the site of Capitol Hill. Today, Capitol Hill is the largest historic residential neighborhood in the District.
Among the many landmark structures are the domed Capitol building itself, other Senate and House office buildings, the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court, the Marine Barracks and the Washington Navy Yard.
Living on the Hill
You’ll find a fascinating blend of architectural styles on the Hill with antique row houses, adaptive reuses of old schools and other commercial structures, and some much newer luxury towers. Among popular addresses are the Bryan School Lofts, Barracks Row, Butterfield House, Landmark Lofts and The Sanctuary.
Located in the beating heart of the city, Capitol Hill is adjacent other trendy neighborhoods like Penn Quarter, Chinatown, the Navy Yard and the new Southwest Waterfront community known as The Wharf.
There’s tons of things to do on the Hill, with restaurants such as Ted’s Bulletin, The Hawk & Dove, Art and Soul, Belga Café, Rose’s Luxury, Bullfeathers, Montmarte and more. There’s also the historic Eastern Market dating back to 1873 with vendors selling farm-fresh and locally sourced foods as well as arts and crafts.
You can add theatre, opera, jazz, art galleries, museums and a host of other cultural attractions. The neighborhood is served by Union Station Metro. And, of course, if you’re a politico you can walk to work! Call District Partners at Compass at 202-798-3600 to learn more about the community.