The historic neighborhood of Chinatown in Washington D.C. is a small community found along H and I Streets, east of the downtown. With approximately 20 ethnic Asian restaurants and small businesses at its core, this neighborhood has become an attractive place to buy a home for people of all walks of life. As new restaurants, shops and attractions continue to pop up in this urban area, the housing market continues to thrive.
New high rise condominiums and apartment buildings like Mass Court Apartments and The Cosmopolitan Condos command the residential offering of today’s Chinatown, and homebuyers will love the long lists of amenities available. With a price range of $450,000 to $895,000, apartment and condo options in this area are as varied as the residents. Although this community once centered around a predominantly Chinese population, over the years the convenience and charm of the area has won the hearts of a diverse population making this community their home.
Known for an annual Chinese New Year festival and the Friendship Archway, this neighborhood also contains prominent landmarks like the Verizon Center and the Old Patent Office Building, which is the site of two of the Smithsonian Museums. With the Gallery Place-Chinatown metro station a short walk away, this area also offers a great location to buy a home. Chinatown is also a popular nightlife center of Washington D.C., and its exciting dining and shopping options, as well as a deluxe movie theater give residents many ways to relax and enjoy life in their community.
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