H Street Corridor
Within the last decade, the H Street Corridor neighborhood of Northeast DC has undergone significant transformation due to considerable capital investment in the area. The neighborhood, which Forbes Magazine described as “the sixth most hipster place in America” in 2012, was once a bustling commercial district through the mid 1900s. However, the area went into decline due to the post-World-War-II economic climate, as well as the result of riots in 1968 following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The District of Columbia Office of Planning initiated a community-based planning effort in 2002 to help revitalize the H Street NE corridor, and by 2007 the neighborhood began to gentrify rapidly. The area is now one of DC’s hubs for nightlife, arts and entertainment, including many local restaurants/bars, performance spaces, and businesses. Homes in the area are split between recent condominium developments and more traditional row houses.
The H Street Corridor borders on North Capitol Street to the west K Street to the north, 17th Street to the east, and F Street to the south.
Homes for Sale in H Street Corridor
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