1829 Providence St. NE a huge 4-floor end unit with two units, both two levels each. The top unit is vacant, with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The bottom unit is tenant occupied with 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The ideal buyer would live in the top unit and continue the bottom unit lease, rent out both units, or convert the property to 4 units. The bedrooms and space in this property are enormous, and it totals 5,720 square feet! 3 total parking spaces come with the property. It is located in up-and-coming Ivy City with Mom's Organic, the Nike Store, Profish, and more coming soon! 1829 Providence St. NE is priced to sell at $698,500. Contact John Crisafulli at email@example.com or 202-258-7036 for more information.
Take a walk down the U Street Corridor or 7th Street and you’ll be treated to a banquet of cuisines, bars, vintage and furniture stores, and every kind of retail therapy you could possibly ever hope to find. A favorite place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Shaw, the birthplace of Duke Ellington, is well-located and linked with Metro stops and buses. However, if you hang around the area, you’ll be mostly fine just getting around by foot.
Let me guess, you’re looking for that next ‘up-and-coming’ neighborhood? An area that’s still affordable to buy, yet looks to thrive over the next few years adding value and sales appeal to the property? If so, welcome to Ivy City.
This once gritty neighborhood is quickly transforming into
A lot has changed since we last wrote about Union Market three years ago. There are too many vendors to name in one blog (more than 30!), but some of the more popular choices have become Co Co. Sala (chocolatier), Cordial Fine Wine & Spirits, Rappahannock Oyster Company, Red Apron Butchery, and TaKorean (Mexican/Korean fusion). Dock5, located directly above the marketplace, also provides a 12,000 square foot warehouse event venue. There are always pop-up artisans in Union Market, but none have gathered as much attention as the planned Angelika Pop-Up. Opening later this year, it will be a three-screen micro cinema located behind the market at 550 Penn St. NE. Dolcezza, a gelato and coffee shop, is located next to the Angelika and has been receiving rave
As more and more people are moving back into the District of Columbia, areas that were once not well known or considered off the beaten path are now becoming hotspots for real estate development. One of these areas is Ivy City, which is a small neighborhood located in Northeast DC between the very popular neighborhoods of Brookland and H Street Atlas District. Spurred by development of those two neighborhoods and the emergence of nearby Trinidad and Union Market, Ivy City has seen a recent renaissance. While property prices still remain well below the DC average, they have begun to rise this year and will likely continue to do so due to an abundance of recent development.
The biggest change in the neighborhood may be the Nike store that has opened in
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