U Street Corridor

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The U Street Corridor, also known as the Cardozo/Shaw or Cardozo Neighborhood, is a business and residential district in Northwest Washington, D.C., the bulk of which is also part of the Greater U Street Historic District. It is located in a nine-block area of U Street NW from 9th to 18th Streets NW, and was the city's black entertainment centre from the 1920s through the 1960s, called "Black Broadway" as well as "the heart of black culture in Washington, D.C." Since 2013, thousands upon thousands of new residents have moved into large new luxury apartment buildings. U Street is currently advertised as a "happening" neighborhood because of its sophisticated but "trendy" and "eclectic" restaurants and stores, as well as its live entertainment. ✨✨The Duke Ellington Mural, The Cato Institute, Lincoln Theater. Ben's Chilli Bowl, Busboys and Poets, Vinoteca, Crème, Eatonville

Neighborhood Details

  • 10 104
  • $113 000
  • 20001, 20009
  • Metro Center
    U Street/African-Amer Civil war Memorial/Cardozo
  • Foodie, Community, Culture, Entertainment, Walkable, Shopping, Trendy

Neighborhood Condo Buildings

2020 12th St, NW
2030 8th St, NW
2000 16th St, NW
2100 11th St, NW
2125 14th St, NW
919 & 929 Florida Ave, NW
1390 V St, NW
2001 12th st, NW
2120 14th st, NW

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