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Condos Near U Street Metro Station

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Condos near U Street Metro Station are attracting more and more younger professionals as the Northwest District area undergoes a revitalization with new development.

Former home to Duke Ellington, the U Street Corridor is a community rich in African American history, although now the area is becoming more diverse. Condos near U Street Metro include the 2020 Lofts, an eight-story building built in 2005 with at least one 2BR, 2BA condo on the market for $849,900. That 1,257-square-foot condo boasts a private wrap-around balcony and hot tub among other amenities. 2020 Lofts condos are just one block from the U Street Metro Station.

Other condos listed near U Street Metro Station include another 2BR condo at 1830 11th Street NW, which is priced at $669,000. The 1,481-square-foot condo includes hardwood floors, high ceilings and a gas fireplace.  This condo is only two blocks from the U Street Metro Station.

The U Street corridor has a variety of unique restaurants and bars and lively nightlife. The U Street Corridor also has some of the best music venues in Washington D.C.: the 930 Club, Black Cat, Velvet Lounge, U Street Music Hall and the Bohemian Lounge.

More affordable, older condos near U Street Metro Station are also on the market. For example, a 500-square-foot studio at 2039 New Hampshire Avenue, built in 1909 and just two blocks from U Street Metro Station, is priced at $189,000. A 1BR, 1BA condo just one block from U Street Metro Station lists for $329,000.

The area around the U Street Metro station is becoming the newer, hipper Adams Morgan, according to one New York Times article. Its shopping district is growing with an array of funky boutiques. The community’s lively nightlife and burgeoning arts scene only add more value to the condos near U Street Metro Station.

For More Information:

Rock Creek Realty: http://www.rcrdc.com/

U Street Music Hall: http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/

New York Times on the U Street Corridor: http://travel.nytimes.com/2006/04/14/travel/escapes/14washi.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

 

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