Mount Vernon Triangle

Mount Vernon Triangle
By Tony Webster from Portland, Oregon, United States (Busboys and Poets – 5th & K – DC) [CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Originally a working-class neighborhood of Northwest DC established in the 19th Century, Mount Vernon Triangle has undergone significant revitalization in the 21st Century, stemming mainly from the construction of the Walter E Washington Convention center – DC’s second largest building, which attracts thousands of visitors on a daily basis. The area is now comprised mostly of low-rise apartment and condo buildings, offices, and many historic row houses that have undergone much restoration. It is now one of the most diverse area in terms of real estate inventory, and is also considered to be one of the city’s most walkable neighborhoods.

Mount Vernon Triangle is bounded by New Jersey and Massachusetts Avenues to the East, 7th Street to the west, New York Avenue to the north, and 6th and K Streets to the South.  Adjacent communities to Mount Vernon Triangle include Chinatown, NoMa, Shaw, Penn Quarter and Logan Circle.  The neighborhood is metro rail accessible via the Mount Vernon Square/Convention Center Metro Station.

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