THE H STREET COORIDOR was one of Washington’s earliest and busiest commercial districts, and was the location of the first Sears Roebuck store in Washington. The new H Street Strategic Development Plan divides H Street into 3 districts: the Urban Living district between 2nd and 7th Streets NE, the Central Retail District between 7th and 12th Streets NE, and the Arts and Entertainment District (also called the Atlas District) between 12th and 15th Streets NE centering on the old Atlas Theatre. Plans are to link H Street NE with H Street NW (Gallery Place/Chinatown) through street car service running between them. NOMA is a recently built neighborhood of residential high-rises interspersed with commercial office buildings.
Click the left link below to find currently available properties in this exciting neighborhood and the right link to find detailed reports on market conditions in H Street Corridor and NOMA. You can also click some of the tabs on the Neighborhood navigation bar at the left to see information for other neighborhoods in Mid-City DC.