U Street-DC

About U Street-DC

If you are a music-lover, live here and walk to jazz clubs, nationally and internationally acclaimed bands and clubs hosting notable DJ's.

Real Estate Statistics
Total Listings 7
Average Price $526,813
Highest Price $1,390,000
Lowest Price $2,190

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All Listings Under $100,000 $400,000 - $500,000
$500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 Over $1,000,000

Browse U Street Real Estate Listings

7 Properties Found. Page 1 of 1.
Photo of Listing #DCDC440664
New Listing

2261 12th Pl Nw, WASHINGTON

$3,500 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 972 Sf

MLS® # DCDC440664

Photo of Listing #DCDC439150
New Listing

2000 16th St Nw #305, WASHINGTON

$419,000 - 1 Beds, 1 Baths, 586 Sf

MLS® # DCDC439150

Photo of Listing #DCDC442262
New Listing

2238 11th St Nw #1, WASHINGTON

$625,000 - 2 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,022 Sf

MLS® # DCDC442262

Photo of Listing #DCDC441624
New Listing

2030 16th St Nw #1, WASHINGTON

$649,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,080 Sf

MLS® # DCDC441624

Photo of Listing #DCDC437398

1904 Vermont Ave Nw #a, WASHINGTON

$1,390,000 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,092 Sf

MLS® # DCDC437398

Photo of Listing #DCDC436236

2030 8th St Nw #404, WASHINGTON

$2,190 - 1 Beds, 1 Baths, 514 Sf

MLS® # DCDC436236

Photo of Listing #DCDC432944

2020 12th St Nw #218, WASHINGTON

$599,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 903 Sf

MLS® # DCDC432944

More About U Street

The eastern and western borders of the U Street Corridor are fairly defined, because they cover the entire stretch of U Street, between 8th Street NW to the east (where it intersects with Florida Avenue) and 18th Street NW to the west (where it again intersects with Florida Avenue). For the first half of the 20th century, the U Street neighborhood was the nexus of DC’s African-American community, a site of thriving business and culture. This was the period that saw the rise of the neighborhood’s vibrant music and theater scene, earning it the moniker “Black Broadway”. During the second half of the 20th century, after the 1968 riots and the subsequent migration of people and businesses to other parts of the city, the neighborhood declined into relative squalor. Only a few historical institutions remained in operation, including the Lincoln Theatre (first opened in 1921) and Ben’s Chili Bowl (which started serving its iconic, chili-slathered half smokes in 1958). The late 1990s and early 2000s saw a turnaround, as more people and businesses, inspired by the revitalization of nearby Logan Circle, Dupont Circle, and Adams Morgan, returned to resurrect what had been considered lost.

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Listing information last updated on September 18th, 2019 at 3:15am EDT.

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