14th Street Corridor Real Estate For Sale
To say that 14th Street in Washington, DC is a neighborhood in transition, is only saying a little. This major corridor, running from the 14th Street Bridge, all the way north to Eastern Avenue, has been front and center in the news lately. While stretches of the street have been under development for several years, a one-mile stretch between Logan’s Circle and U-Street has been especially busy as of late. With towering cranes and heavy equipment lining the stretch, old buildings are coming down and new ones are going up. By the time it’s said and done there will be an estimated 1,200 additional units of housing and an even larger amount of space dedicated to shops, restaurants, entertainment and other commercial use. To learn more about 14th Street Corridor homes for sale in Washington DC, start browsing the MLS listings below. [Read more about 14th Street Corridor real estate below...]
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From small to giant, new projects are in the works. The former Lionel Train Store is undergoing a five-loft condo conversion over ground-level retail by CAS Riegler at 1324 14th Street. A couple doors down is the Bentley, a 53-unit structure currently going through design changes. The old Central Union Mission in the 1600 block is planning for condo conversion and then there’s the 125-unit District Condos at 14th and S-Street as well as the Louis, a massive 14th and U-Street project that will deliver 267 apartments and 42,000 square feet of retail use in 2013. These are only a handful of projects in various states of completion and one common denominator is the speed with which they’re going up. Add trendy clothing boutiques, hot new restaurants and art incubators and this area is teaming with energy.
Like most parts of the downtown DC area, 14th Street is a mixture of old and new. The Greater 14th Street Historic District features Gothic Revival and Victorian architecture with well-known structures such as the Luther Place Memorial Church, built between 1870 and 1873. The recent development boom has been restoring old buildings as well as completely razing some. The overall look is a tasteful blend of modern and traditional styles, rendered by some of the nation’s top architects. What was once a street known for automobile showrooms has become home to theaters, art galleries and nightclubs in recent decades. Current condos for sale begin around $350,000 and soar well into the seven-figure range. As for new residences, planners have been combining condos and apartments in an effort to better service a growing and vibrant community.
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Listing information last updated on December 19th, 2018 at 9:17am EST.