Washington, D.C. encompasses a long list of truly spectacular neighborhoods of varying ages and sizes. Each of these smaller communities has its own character and charm, as well as its own unique benefits to entice prospective homebuyers.
One of these character-filled neighborhoods is Chinatown, a historic neighborhood in D.C. located east of downtown. Stretching along I Street and H Street, Chinatown is small area whose heart is made of roughly twenty Asian small businesses and restaurants. As new attractions, shops, and restaurants continue to open in this charming urban area, more and more people from all walks of life make Chinatown their home.
The neighborhood is home to several prominent points of interest, including the Old Patent Office Building, which encompasses two Smithsonian Museums, and the Capital One Arena. Chinatown is also known for the Friendship Archway and the neighborhood’s exciting annual Chinese New Year festival. The neighborhood is also home to a deluxe movie theater and is known to be a hub for nightlife. Access to public transportation is easy with the centrally-located Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro station.
These fabulous features combine to make Chinatown real estate difficult to resist. Homes for sale in Chinatown include, almost exclusively, a wide variety of apartments and new high-rise condominiums. Examples of these include The Cosmopolitan Condos and Mass Court Apartments. Chinatown properties vary in square footage and special features, and a result of this diversity of homes in Chinatown is that listing prices in the neighborhood range widely.
If you would like to learn more about currently listed real estate in Chinatown in Washington, D.C., we would love to assist you, so please do not hesitate to contact us today.
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