U Street Corridor
“U Street is where it happens first, then and now. That's why so many cutting edge shops,
Discover The U Street Corridor In Washington, DC
Nine blocks of urban energy and activity, the U Street Corridor is a commercial and residential neighborhood in Northwest Washington home to many of the City’s most cutting edge shops,
The Ultimate Urban Lifestyle Along U Street
U Street is largely a Victorian-era neighborhood, the majority of which has been designated a historic district. More than 2,000 condominiums and apartments were constructed over the last decade, many of which offer spectacular roof decks with some of the best views in the City.
Penthouses range from the top floors of converted row houses to high rise buildings with front desks and elevators. Best known addresses include The Beauregard, 2020 Lofts, Langston Lofts, the Flats at Union Row and Warehouses at Union Row, Moderno, The Floridian and Woodson Row.
Heading Out And About On U Street
U Street is home to neighborhood landmarks including the African-American Civil War Memorial, the Duke Ellington Mural, The Cato Institute and the renowned Lincoln Theater.
Shopping opportunities include Good Wood, Habitat and Millennium for furnishings, and ShoeFly, Junction and Rock It Again for clothing.
Bustling local restaurants include:
- Ben’s Chili Bowl
- Busboys and Poets
- Masa 14
U Street is served by the Green and Yellow Line’s U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo Washington Metro station. The neighborhood extends a couple blocks north and south of U Street itself from Dupont Circle and 16th Street on the west to Shaw and 5th Street on the east.