Northeast Washington, DC Homes and Condos for Sale
Washington, DC is divided into four quadrants, with the nexus being the U.S. Capitol building. Homes for sale in the Northeast quadrant begin at the very northern portion of Capitol Hill and extend both north and east, in a right-triangle shape. You’ll find a wide range of properties from condos to townhouses and single-family homes, as well as a true diversity in the type of neighborhoods, from hipster urban corridors to leafy suburbs. The other three quadrants include Northwest Washington, Southeast Washington, and Southwest Washington.
The literal list of communities is quite lengthy, which means that some will not be mentioned here. But the following represent a decent sized chunk. In other words, some but not all include the northern part of Capitol Hill, extending east to Lincoln Park, Carver/Langston, and then across the Anacostia River to residential neighborhoods like Benning and Deanwood. Returning to the starting point and heading north, you’ll come across communities like Near Northeast, NOMA, Atlas District, H Street Corridor, Eckington, Ivy City, Brentwood, Edgewood, Brookland, and Brightwood Park.
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A Closer Look at Northeast Washington
While condos for sale on Capitol Hill are more likely to be located in Southeast Washington, you can find a handful of buildings along the neighborhood’s northern fringe not far from the Supreme Court and associated federal buildings. These condominiums include the Court Condos, Cavendish Condominium, Boneval, and the Edmonds School. Heading east across the river, are residential neighborhoods like Benning and Deanwood. These neighborhoods offer a mixed bag of real estate, including early and midcentury townhouses, condo conversions, as well as some Craftsman-style bungalows.
North of Capitol Hill is Near Northeast and NOMA (an acronym for North of Massachusetts Avenue). Within this busy and vibrant area with its lofts and rowhouses is the Atlas District and the H Street Corridor, including The Atlas Performing Arts Center, a restored historic Art Deco movie house that now hosts live performances, films, theatre and music. Union Station is a beautifully restored train and transportation hub with restaurants and retail, while Union Market is an epicenter of food vendors and culinary creativity.
Continuing north, you’ll come across Gallaudet University, communities such as Trinidad, Ivy City (a former industrial area now know for brewpubs and hipster haunts), Eckington, Brentwood, Edgewood, Langdon, Woodridge, and Brookland near the Maryland border. Properties for sale throughout this northeast area are quite varied, from rowhouses to single-family homes of all sizes and styles. From old Queen Anne homes to new modernist condo developments, this upper quadrant has become a hot real estate marketplace in recent years.
To learn more about homes for sale in Northeast Washington, DC, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.