Capitol Riverfront | Situated on the Anacostia River and 1 mile from Eastern Market, Capitol Riverfront (aka Navy Yard) has been making quite a name for itself over the past few years. As with so many urban ports that have long served as industrial and business centers, the Capitol Riverfront is in the midst of mindset-shifting revitalization. A mix of residential, commercial, dining, shopping and loads of outdoor activities is the reason why Capitol Riverfront is experiencing the largest development boom in its history. Anchored by Nationals Park, Capitol Riverfront is home to a myriad of eateries such as Cornercopia, Sweetgreen, Bluejacket Brewery, and Takorean. Yards Park is a premier waterfront destination, providing green space and water features
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
Trinidad is an up-and-coming Northeast neighborhood that is becoming a sought-after destination for affordable housing in the District, although that affordability may not last for long. There are several larger properties in the neighborhood that have been renovated and turned into four-unit condominium complexes. These offer much more affordable options than similar units in Northwest DC and other parts of Northeast. The completely remodeled condos offer a good option for those who want to be in a newer property and don’t need the space that comes with owning a house. Situated just north of the trendy H Street Corridor, Trinidad has had a resurgence in just the last five years. While it pales in comparison to H Street NE with retail and dining options,
1274 Simms Pl NE, Washington, DC 20002 List Price: $289,900 This is a 4 unit multi-family property in Trinidad. The home was listed today and I expect it to get a lot of interest. This property is a short sale so it could take some time.
809 OTIS PL NW #102, WASHINGTON, DC 20010 List Price: $309,900 The prices at the Otis Flats are reasonable for its proximity to the Petworth metro. Its hard to find anything under $350K that is decent in Columbia Heights these days. Petworth is booming. Jump on board!
242 14TH ST SE, WASHINGTON, DC 20003 List Price: $325,000 The price will go up for this Capitol Hill shell close to the Potomac Ave metro station. What an opportunity to fix and resell. Homes that are fixed up are
A Trinidad neighborhood home has once again set another record high sales price. We told you about a Trinidad record of $552K back in March, but that old record was shattered by a new high of $926,000 in April.
The record setting Trinidad neighborhood home is located on Florida Avenue in Northeast, just one block east of Galludet University and two blocks from shopping, dining, and entertainment on H Street. The home is a three-level colonial row house with a brick exterior. This property was only on the market for 18 days. It was listed at $898,400, but ended up closing at $926,000 with a seller subsidy of $27,780.
The Trinidad neighborhood home was built in 1923, but renovated this year. The row house spans 3,000 square feet with six bedrooms (four
A Trinidad neighborhood home sold for a record high in January. Lots of DC homes seem to be setting neighborhood highs lately, like the ones in Petworth and Brightwood that also set records this year. All three of these record setting sales prices closed above list price, signaling that times are good for sellers and bidding wars may become the norm again.
The record setting Trinidad neighborhood home is located on Neal Street in Northeast Washington, DC just east of Gallaudet University and close to shopping on H Street. After just seven days on the market, the home sold for $552K -- $3K above the listing price.
The 1,223-square-foot Trinidad neighborhood row home is a three-story colonial built in 1925. The home was renovated in 2012 and includes
A real estate auction in Trinidad Wednesday will feature a three-level colonial townhouse at 1408 Morse Street NE in Washington D.C, just north of Maryland Avenue.
The real estate auction in Trinidad is for an end unit home with a list price of $250,000, an end with three bedrooms, two full baths and one half bathroom. It has an unfinished basement.
The public real estate auction in Trinidad will be held Wednesday, February 27 at noon at the house and requires a $20,000 deposit in certified funds only. The list price will be the opening bid and there will be no pre-auction offers. Buyers interested in the real estate auction in Trinidad can view the property in a pre-showing one hour before the auction begins.
A real estate auction in Trinidad will take place next week on Wednesday, February 27 at noon. If you’ve been priced out of the market, want to design your own new home, or are a real estate investor, this might be the opportunity for you.
The real estate auction in Trinidad is for an end unit townhouse, so you’ll have three sides with windows, instead of just two. The property is located at 1408 Morse Street NE and bids start at $250,000.
The majority of the home is brick with siding on the back third. It is a three level colonial townhouse built in 1924 with a covered porch in the front and an attached garage with private driveway in the back. The property is being sold “as-is,” which is a state of disrepair at the moment with missing windows, a
You would need to get the price down on this one for it to make sense. The listing agent told me that the seller has some flexibility in the price of this outer Capitol Hill home. Buy and hold or buy and flip. The property can be turned into a two unit.
1160 Neal St NE, WASHINGTON, DC 20002
List Price: $250,000
This is a two unit in the southern part of Trinidad in northeast DC. Great buy and hold property. The Trinidad area is seeing record sales so it make sense to buy this property and rent it out while the area continues to go up in value.
414 SEWARD SQ SE #202, WASHINGTON, DC 20003
List Price: $299,000
This one bedroom on the southeast side of Capitol Hill is 557
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