Mount Vernon Triangle
“Mount Vernon is the convenience corridor touching on some of DC's most vibrant neighborhoods. It's home to amenity-packed high rises at affordable prices, perfect for hip urban buyers!”
Discover Mount Vernon Triangle In Washington, DC
Not to be confused with Washington’s home in Virginia, DC’s Mount Vernon Triangle has recently awakened from its sleepy past and come alive with large new high-rise condominiums sharing the neighborhood with restored three- and four-story Italianate and Queen Anne town homes. All sitting in a compact triangle bounded by Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York Avenues with unmatched access to all of downtown.
The Mount Vernon Triangle — The Big Little Neighborhood With Great Ambitions
Following the opening of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, newcomers transformed the Mount Vernon Triangle. Today’s residents occupy a neighborhood at the eastern end of the downtown convenience corridor, next door to Chinatown, Penn Quarter, Logan Circle and Capitol Hill.
In addition to the Convention Center, the Mount Vernon Triangle is home to the restored Andrew Carnegie Library which houses the DC Historical Society. National Public Radio (NPR) is headquartered here along with other employers located in several office buildings — that’s why so many residents work, play and live in the diverse atmosphere of the Triangle.
It’s All Happening Inside The Mount Vernon Triangle – Morning To Night
Full of neighborhood conveniences, Mount Vernon Triangle combines retail, financial services, spas and fitness, hardware, supermarkets and home furnishings into its small urban footprint, with more on the way.
For dining and nightlife, you’ll find many temptations including:
- Busboys and Poets
- Taylor’s Gourmet Deli
- Buddha Bar
- Chipotle Mexican Grill
- Henry’s Soul Café
- Kushi Restaurant
Metro service is conveniently located at the Mt. Vernon-Convention Center station along the Green and Yellow lines and also in nearby Chinatown at the Gallery Place-Chinatown station served by the Green, Yellow and Red lines.