U Street | DC
Enjoy the Washington, DC lifestyle in this fabulous 2 bedroom, 2 bath (1 bedroom+den) condominium with a garage parking space included! A spacious and open 1340 sq. ft. floorplan and private patio provides modern and elegant living steps to U Street’s restaurants, shops and Metro.
Upgrades Galore! Comes complete with 6-inch grey wood plank floors throughout and natural stone tile in baths. Chefs kitchen containing concrete countertops and a luxurious master suite with gracious closet space. Private patio has floor to ceiling windows that allow light to pour in through the entire unit.
The building amenities include a staffed front desk, roof deck and fitness center/gym.
Condo Fee $779.41 per month.
U Street was once truly the heart of black culture in America, attracting locals and visitors for an unparalleled music and nightlife scene. Perhaps not coincidentally, it’s also the birthplace of celebrated DC hero, jazz musician Duke Ellington. Today, this section of the city is as vibrant as ever, anchored by the lively 14th Street corridor to the west and the refurbished Howard Theatre bordering the Shaw neighborhood to the east, where a towering sculpture in reverence to Ellington stands.
In fact, there’s no better place for the music-lover than this area. You’ll find jazz clubs, nationally and internationally acclaimed bands and DJs playing aboveground and underground and all sorts of options for affordable tunes.
Food is eclectic and exciting. One of the best ways to experience the food in the neighborhood is on a Carpe DC Food Tour. From soul food to Italian to the world-famous Ben’s Chili Bowl and its signature half-smoke sausage, the area’s a cornucopia of eats to be excited about. And uniquely, on the eastern end, you’ll find a handful of homey eateries in an area known as “Little Ethiopia” for its concentration of residents from that country. If you’ve never eaten with your hands before, now’s your chance.
Cap off your U Street adventure with a scoop or two from Ice Cream Jubilee, a homegrown ice cream shop with fun and creative flavors. Plus, there’s a Saturday farmers’ market at U and 14th streets, and plenty of coffee shops to get your caffeine fix.
It’s both historic and colorful, boasting some of the richest culture of the city and full of bars, restaurants, and boutiques – as well as plenty of DC locals who come to enjoy the culture and the people-watching.
A diversity of funky boutique shops abound, for clothing, decor and records; and a new bar seemingly opens up every weekend. The best way to take it all in is just taking a stroll, day or night.
Sunday, December 16th from 2-4pm
Kathleen represents a new generation of real-estate professionals. Since she began her residential real estate career in 2000, she’s been ranked among the top Realtors nationwide. The foundation of her thriving practice is her substantive knowledge about the D.C. market and the complexities of real estate transactions, and her high level of service to every client, including sellers, buyers, and developers alike.
Before joining Compass, Kathleen founded her own successful brokerage, Towne Residential. In moving her group to Compass, she saw the opportunity to focus more of her energy on the parts of the job she loves the most—providing personal attention and careful guidance to each client. Before she entered the residential real estate field, Kathleen was the Director of National Marketing for Core Location, a Bethesda-based real estate development company. In addition to her real estate work, Kathleen is a managing director in Cityscape Development, a D.C.-based residential real estate development company.
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