More about Properties for Sale near Gallery PL-Chinatown Red Line
Homes, condos and townhouses for sale that are closest to the Metro are naturally those in the immediate Chinatown neighborhood. That said, this is a densely populated part of the District with other popular communities in very close proximity. Those include Penn Quarter and Mount Vernon Triangle.
There’s every type of real estate property imaginable here including historic row houses and other old buildings that have been renovated, as well as newer construction. This part of Downtown DC has gone through multiple periods of redevelopment over the years and that continues today, with new luxury towers and mixed-use superblocks.
Prices here have a very wide range, from the low six figures for small studio flats, all the way up to well over a million dollars for opulent penthouses.
Additional Information about the Area
Washington’s original Chinatown was home to Chinse immigrants as early as the 1880s. But in 1929, the government removed residents in order to redevelop the area as the newly created Federal Triangle. At that point, Chinese residents formed a new neighborhood a few blocks north, between 5th and 8th Streets.
Today, this small community with its giant Friendship Arch is home to numerous restaurants, shops and cultural attractions. Among landmark structures is the Old Patent Office Building which houses two Smithsonian museums including the National Portrait Gallery as well as the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
To learn more about real estate properties for sale near the Gallery PL-Chinatown Metro, call District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.