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Fixer-upper row homes are often the solution to saving some money in this current DC real estate market that is tough on buyers. Flippers are often profiting $200,000-$300,000, so if you can cut out the flipper and have the renovations done yourself you can save a lot. Shaw is one of the neighborhoods that offers a number of fixer-upper row homes ready for a buyer. It is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the District right now, and has seen a massive revitalization in the last decade. Shaw offers its own amenities while being close to downtown DC. Several new restaurants have opened in the last few years with the neighborhood’s renaissance, including several ethnic options like Zenebech Injera Ethiopian. Shaw is also close to Chinatown, Logan Circle, the…
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317 V Street NE is a charming 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom detached home for sale located in the Eckington neighborhood of DC. With 1,740 square feet of living space, this is a comfortably-sized house for a family. This property features soaring ceilings, an emphasis on the original woodwork, and three fireplaces hidden behind the current drywall on the first floor. The kitchen and bathrooms have been recently remodeled and offer modern appliances. Outside, there is a picturesque large front porch, parking for two cars, and a lot of 2,636 square feet. The house is located just a few blocks from the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station on the red line. Eckington is a small but popular neighborhood in Northeast DC that is very residentially oriented. It is located…
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Chinatown in DC’s Penn Quarter seems like the obvious place to find authentic Chinese cuisine. But according to Todd Kliman, Dining Editor for Washingtonian Magazine, the best place for gourmet Chinese food in the DC area is Rockville, MD.

Kilman says that many Chinese immigrants first settled in Chinatown in the 1950s and 60s. But since that time, they have gradually been moving into Maryland. Edward Shen, co-owner of Seven Seas restaurant in Rockville, immigrated to the US in the 1970s and opened his Chinese restaurant in 1986. When his wife moved to Maryland from Seattle in 1993, she says, “He called Rockville a Little Taipei, meaning that I can get all sorts of gourmet Chinese food in Rockville area. ...Rockville is becoming a small Chinatown in…

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Washington D.C.’s Chinatown properties are in one of the city’s more eclectic neighborhoods, with flashing lights and that iconic and ornate “Friendship Archway” over H Street.

While Chinatown does have a good number of Asian eateries, this is an increasingly diverse pocket of the city and real estate here is in high demand. Chinatown properties are in a long-established developed area, so the majority of properties on the market are turnovers. But a few new projects are in the works, so home buyers or renters set on having a brand new space to break in may find some opportunities here, although they’re among the more expensive in the city.

Chinatown properties put residents quite close to the Verizon Center, which anchors the neighborhood.  The Spy…

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Residences at City Center, a project that spans five blocks just south of New York Avenue from 11th to 9th Streets and down to H Street, is offering a variety of apartment and condo luxury living in the Chinatown and Penn Quarter neighborhoods.

Chinatown, anchored by the Verizon Center, is a bustling neighborhood full of unique eateries and bars with some of the more expensive real estate in the city. The Spy Museum and Portrait Gallery are here as are a number of new office buildings and condos, among them the Residences at City Center, which is just blocks from Metro Center and Chinatown Gallery Metro Stations.

One-bedroom, 768-square-foot condos at the Residences at City Center go for about $585,000, according to Capital Park Realty listings. The…

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List Price: $499,000

This is a 2 level penthouse unit in the Ledroit Park area of NW DC.  The home is 3 blocks from Howard University and the Shaw-Howard metro station on the green line.  The best feature of this home is the roof deck.  The property has been on the market for 67 days so should be some room for price negotiation. 

6227 4TH ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20011

List Price: $289,900

This home was just listed in Brightwood.  The square footage is 2,176 total.  The property is about 6-7 blocks from the Takoma Park metro station on the red line.  Hard to find anything under $300K.  Solid buy. 

809 6TH ST NW #44, WASHINGTON, DC 20001

List Price: $489,990

This is a 2 bed, 2 bath condo down in…

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The CityCenterDC complex will be on the site of the former Washington Convention Center, which was torn down in 2004.  The 10-acre development near Chinatown is bordered by 11th Street NW to the west, H Street NW to the south, 9th Street NW to the east, and New Youk Avenue NW to the north.  The first phase of CityCenterDC will consist of six new buildings and a public plaza.  

CityCenterDC has been in the works since 2003, but plans were delayed after the financial collapse, and construction did not start until 2011. The first six buildings will house 515,000 square feet of office space, 458 apartments, 216 condominiums, 295,000 square feet of retail/restaurants, 1,570 underground parking spaces.  In a later phase, two more buildings will be added -- a…

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A new Walmart is coming to the Chinatown area on H Street near the intersection with New Jersey Avenue NW in Ward 6.  It will be next to Gonzaga High School and across from the Government Printing Office.  The Walmart coming to Chinatown will be one of the first Walmart stores in the country to have apartments in the complex, making it the most urban of the new Walmart stores coming to DC.

The new development will include a 4-story 85,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter encased in large glass windows.  This is about half the size of an average Walmart, but within that Supercenter, shoppers will find 40,000 square feet of grocery and pharmacy areas.  Surrounding the Walmart coming to the Chinatown area will be a mixed-use building containing retail at…

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5400 31ST ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20015

List Price: $650,000

This is a 4 bedroom single family home in Chevy Chase right off of Military Rd NW.  The home needs renovations and is sold as-is.  A home like this in good shape will sell over $800K easily.  Buy this home and fix it up and re-sell.  Great opportunity in Chevy Chase DC. 

5501 29TH ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20015

List Price: $550,000

This Chevy Chase home is owned by the same owner as the home above.  This is a detached rancher on .14 of an acre.  This is a short distance from Rock Creek Park and Friendship Heights.  The home is listed as being in living condition but it needs work.  Great investment with big profit potential.

915 E ST NW #1214, WASHINGTON, DC 20004

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4103 3RD ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20011

List Price: $239,900

This is a foreclosed property in the Petworth neighborhood. Listed well below the average price of a row house in this area. Good value. This property will most likely receive multiple offers.  8 blocks from the Petworth metro. Short distance to the shops on Upshur St NW. Fixed up homes are now selling in the $600,000’s in Petworth. 

1300 13TH ST NW #102, WASHINGTON, DC 20005

List Price: $479,000

I have posted this property before on this blog. It still has not sold. Very reasonably priced 2 bedroom unit in the Logan Circle area. This property is listed as a short sale.  Short distance to Whole Foods and all the shops and stores on P St/14th St.  This is one of my favorite condo buildings…

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