H Street Corridor Homes For Sale in Washington DC

Regarded by Forbes as one of America's top hipster neighborhoods, Washington, DC's H Street Corridor exudes energy and excitement. As one of the city's favorite work, play and live environments, this vibrant enclave offers great nightclubs, restaurants and a wide array of residential opportunities. Homes for sale along the H Street Corridor are dominated by the condo market, from old Victorian row houses to new mixed-use developments. Units begin at around $350,000 and rise into the low seven figures. For more information about H Street Corridor homes for sale in Washington DC, check out the available home listings below:

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1301 Maryland Ave Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,525,000

MLS#: DC9877544
5 Bed, 4½ Bath
1840 Sqft, 0.08 Acres
Residential

810 5th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,195,000

MLS#: DC9785104
4 Bed, 4 Bath
1800 Sqft, 0.02 Acres
Residential

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824 9th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,150,000

MLS#: DC9924187
6 Bed, 2½ Bath
3300 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

608 3rd St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,100,000

MLS#: DC9891768
6 Bed, 2½ Bath
1564 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #DC9925954

621 F St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,099,000

MLS#: DC9925954
3 Bed, 2 Bath
1630 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

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901 K St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$1,050,000

MLS#: DC9906694
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
2511 Sqft, 0.02 Acres
Residential

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215 I St Ne #304

WASHINGTON, DC
$995,000

MLS#: DC9895964
2 Bed, 2½ Bath
1665 Sqft
Residential

1110 K St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$949,000

MLS#: DC9912699
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
1880 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

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516 K St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$899,900

MLS#: DC9915012
3 Bed, 2½ Bath
2316 Sqft, 0.04 Acres
Residential

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705 7th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$875,000

MLS#: DC9910643
4 Bed, 2½ Bath
2223 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #DC9881887

904 10th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$855,000

MLS#: DC9881887
3 Bed, 3½ Bath
1920 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

Photo of Listing #DC9870064

928 9th St Ne #2

WASHINGTON, DC
$849,000

MLS#: DC9870064
3 Bed, 3½ Bath

Residential

Photo of Listing #DC9870067

928 9th St Ne #1

WASHINGTON, DC
$849,000

MLS#: DC9870067
3 Bed, 3½ Bath

Residential

Photo of Listing #DC9849025

628 I St Ne #3

WASHINGTON, DC
$839,900

MLS#: DC9849025
2 Bed, 2½ Bath
1800 Sqft
Residential

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929 12th St Ne

WASHINGTON, DC
$825,000

MLS#: DC8551104
5 Bed, 5 Bath
2544 Sqft, 0.03 Acres
Residential

 

More About H Street Corridor Homes For Sale in Washington DC

H Street Corridor Homes For Sale in Washington DCH Street itself was one of DC's earliest commercial districts and there are still a few industrial buildings dating back to the mid-1800's. The first Sears Roebuck store in the DC metropolitan area opened on H Street in 1929. The street and the area directly around it was a thriving retail area and also enjoyed a substantial arts and entertainment scene before being badly damaged by rioting that followed the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. A downward trend of blight and decay continued until concerned citizens and community leaders began a revitalization effort. In 2002, DC's Office of Planning became involved and the grassroots drive gathered strength.

Also known as the Atlas District after the restored Atlas Performing Arts Center, the H Street Corridor's revitalization's was driven initially by the arts and entertainment community. Theaters, nightclubs, galleries began to open their doors, along with a number of trendy bars and nightclubs founded by entrepreneur Joe Englert. Some of his popular establishments along the corridor included the Pug, the Rock and Roll Hotel, the Red and Black, the Argonaut, and the Palace of Wonders. Restaurants, coffee shops, retail boutiques and new housing followed in short order.

Properties for sale along the H Street Corridor run from small combined retail and loft structures to luxury multi-unit buildings. Developers have recently been studying a new trend of micro-condo planning that is cropping up in other major cities. The low end of the size limit according to DC regulations is 220 square feet and developers are trying to determine the market and design feasibility for such units. For now, the attraction will remain with the DC staple of row houses, converted commercial buildings and modern glass and steel structures with a retro flavor.

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Listing information last updated on April 26th, 2017 at 9:04pm EDT.