North East, D.C.View Properties
The northeast quadrant of the city is bordered by East and North Capitol Streets and is commonly referred to as Northeast by local Washingtonians. Among the residential abodes, there are many educational and religious landmarks in this area to include the National Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the Franciscan Monastery, the Catholic University
of America, Gallaudet University, and the Trinity Washington University.
Union Station, a central transportation hub, is stationed in the northeast quadrant. The red line Metrorail, Amtrak, Greyhound, Virginia’s commuter rail, and other public transportation can be found at Union Station. In addition, it will be the home of the new Hyperloop, an ultra-high-speed public transportation system.
Many popular neighborhoods within the Northeast quadrant draw people to this area. Union Market, the Arboretum, and the Metropolitan Branch Trail are a few of the highlights residents can enjoy.View Listings
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