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Real Estate Near Gallery Pl-Chinatown Green Line
The Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro with its Green Line is one of the busiest stations in Washington, DC. It also offers Red and Yellow Line service. Named after the Chinatown neighborhood as well as the National Portrait Gallery, the station serves both residents and visitors in the Downtown DC area.
Chinatown is a historic and a top destination place for tourists. The neighborhood is also closely aligned with adjacent communities such as Penn Quarter and the Mount Vernon Triangle. As such, there are a wealth of luxury condos and homes for sale in the area.
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This densely populated urban neighborhood is home to both commercial and residential properties. In some cases, usages are mixed, such as a Gothic revival building from the early 1900s that has now been reborn as Mather Studios with both artist work spaces and upscale loft condos for sale.
Like its surrounding neighbors, Chinatown has gone through substantial changes over the years. The evolution is reflected in its homes for sale, ranging from gleaming new condominium towers to restored antique row houses. Prices start in the low six figures and climb to around $4 million.
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Chinatown was originally settled along Pennsylvania Avenue. But the city and government redeveloped that area as the Federal Triangle in the 1920s, relocating residents. The present day neighborhood with its signature Friendship Arch offers a wealth of color, restaurants and entertainment, as well as intriguing homes and condos for sale.
The Metro station is also below the Capital One Arena (formerly Verizon Center), home to the NBA’s Washington Wizards and NHL’s Washington Capitals, among other sports teams. The area closest to the Gallery Place-Chinatown Green Line is filled with excitement and energy. To learn more, call District Partners at Compass, at 202-798-3600.