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Northeast at a glance:
  • Neighborhoods: Capitol Hill, Brookland
  • Landmarks/National Monuments/Parks: Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, Lincoln Park, Stanton Square, United States National Arboretum, Capital Children’s Museum, Sewall-Belmont House, Supreme Court of the United States, Union Station
  • Major Industry: Civil Service, Education, Healthcare, Finance, Media
  • Counties: Montgomery, Prince George's

Northeast, D.C.

Northeast is one of the four quadrants that make up Washington, D.C. It is bounded by East Capitol Street to the south, North Capital Street to the west, and by the state of Maryland to the north and east. The quadrant is accessible by the orange, red, and green lines of the Metro. Washington, D.C. real estate in Northeast is a frequent choice for new residents

Capitol Hill, one of the largest and oldest residential neighborhoods in the city, stretches east from the U.S. Capitol Building and straddles the Northeast and Southeast quadrants. The Northeast side is known as the Senate side and is served by the Union Station Metro station, while the Southeast side is known as the House side and is served by the Capitol South Metro station. Originally a 500-acre estate known as Jenkins Hill, Capitol Hill is made up of 150 squares of unique rowhouses, Federal townhouses, and 19th century manor houses. These three styles of architecture are characteristic of Washington, D.C. real estate.

Brookland, located just a few miles north of the U.S. Capitol Building, is another notable Northeast neighborhood and is popular among people buying Washington, D.C. real estate. Centered along 12th Street NE, Brookland is served by the Brookland-CUA Metro station. The neighborhood boasts a thriving business community, anchored by Brookland Hardware Store, and a number of well-known restaurants. It is also home to the campus of the Catholic University of America (CUA), the national university of the Roman Catholic Church.

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One of the most popular Northeast destinations is Union Station, which attracts twenty-five million visitors a year. Over ninety years old, Union Station is both a working train station and the site of Amtrak’s headquarters and executive offices. The station’s two-level concourse offers visitors a tasteful collection of 130 boutiques and restaurants, in addition to a movie theater. Its grand halls have also provided the backdrop for a number of private special events, including the Presidential Inaugural Ball.

Several parks and gardens are located in Northeast. The United States National Arboretum, a 446-acre facility situated a couple of miles northeast of the U.S. Capitol Building, was established by Congress in 1972. Today, it is a major center for botanical research. Nearby Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, part of the 700-acre Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, is the only National Park Service site dedicated to the development and display of aquatic plants. Capitol Hill boasts two large parks, Lincoln Park and Stanton Square, both of which provide an urban oasis for jogging, dog walking, and relaxing.

From the wide, leafy avenues of Capitol Hill to the hustle and bustle of Union Station, Northeast is a blend of 19th century architecture and 21st century living in Washington, D.C. Real estate in the area is always attractive to home buyers. To find a home in Northeast D.C., contact any one of Long & Foster’s many Washington, D.C. real estate offices.

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