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Mount Vernon Triangle

Highly walkable with tons to do and see, Washington, DC’s Mount Vernon Triangle also offers a healthy inventory of luxury real estate. The residential property sales market is almost exclusively made up of rowhouses and condominiums, including some large and recently built mixed-use communities. You’ll find tons of shopping, trendy restaurants, museums, theaters, and other attractions. In short, it’s a vibrant commercial and residential neighborhood, and highly popular with those working in the downtown area.

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Mt Vernon Triangle Real Estate Stats

Average Price $1.2M
Lowest Price $325K
Highest Price $11.4M
Total Listings 16
Avg. Price/SQFT $683

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Mount Vernon Triangle Luxury Real Estate

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460 New York Ave Nw #507, WASHINGTON

$745,000

460 New York Ave Nw #507, WASHINGTON

2 Beds 2 Baths 1,134 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2150746

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400 Massachusetts Ave Nw #1101, WASHINGTON

$449,000

400 Massachusetts Ave Nw #1101, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 960 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2149806

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555 Massachusetts Ave Nw #1103, WASHINGTON

$699,000

555 Massachusetts Ave Nw #1103, WASHINGTON

2 Beds 2 Baths 929 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2149036

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459 Massachusetts Ave Nw #22, WASHINGTON

$469,999

↓ $5,001

459 Massachusetts Ave Nw #22, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 533 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2149052

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460 New York Ave Nw #306, WASHINGTON

$535,000

460 New York Ave Nw #306, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 769 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2148210

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460 New York Ave Nw #607, WASHINGTON

$750,000

↓ $45,000

460 New York Ave Nw #607, WASHINGTON

2 Beds 2 Baths 1,134 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2142784

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406 M St Nw #3, WASHINGTON

$519,000

↓ $10,000

406 M St Nw #3, WASHINGTON

2 Beds 2 Baths 1,038 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2136102

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440 L St Nw #1009, WASHINGTON

$529,900

↓ $5,100

440 L St Nw #1009, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 868 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2144914

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910 M St Nw #1105, WASHINGTON

$534,900

↓ $15,000

910 M St Nw #1105, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 788 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2143922

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460 New York Ave Nw #402, WASHINGTON

$349,900

↓ $15,100

460 New York Ave Nw #402, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 580 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2143368

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1101 L St Nw #603, WASHINGTON

$445,000

1101 L St Nw #603, WASHINGTON

1 Bed 1 Bath 570 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2142766

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437 New York Ave Nw #511, WASHINGTON

$325,000

437 New York Ave Nw #511, WASHINGTON

0 Beds 1 Bath 494 SqFt Residential MLS® # DCDC2141814

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Mount Vernon Triangle Luxury Real Estate

The densely populated neighborhood has seen a lot of changes in recent years. Also associated with next-door Mount Vernon Square, the triangular community is bound by New York Avenue to the north, North Capitol Street to the east, Massachusetts Avenue to the south, and Mt. Vernon Square to the west. Comprised partly of a historic district, the neighborhood has also seen a lot of new construction, thanks to the Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District. Once known more for parking lots, vacant buildings, and the former convention center, the neighborhood is now one of the District’s most successful examples of revitalization.

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Located a few blocks north of the National Mall, Mount Vernon Triangle’s neighbors include Penn Quarter, Chinatown, Logan Circle, NOMA, and the general downtown DC area. You’ll find numerous upscale condominiums in the neighborhood, including 555 Mass, City Vista, Madrigal Lofts, and the recently completed City Center. The latter is a mixed-used community located at the former site of the Convention Center and spanning 10 acres of prime urban territory. The development was likened to a modern day Rockefeller Center by the New York Times, and includes luxury condominiums, apartments, office buildings, a hotel, and more than 40 upscale boutique retailers and restaurants.

Many of the condominium buildings in Mount Vernon Triangle are full service luxury buildings, rich with amenities and conveniences. Often referred to simply as MVT, the neighborhood encompasses about 17 city blocks (30 acres). It’s not all high rises and new construction, however. You’ll find historic buildings as well, including old rowhouses.

Popular local restaurants include Baan Siam, Bar Chinois, Alta Strada, Toscana Market, Busboys and Poets, and countless others. The Capitol One Arena is right next-door in Chinatown, with top concerts and sports events, including the Washington Wizards NBA team. You can also stroll to the U.S. Capitol, the White House, and numerous other federal offices.

To learn more about luxury real estate in Mount Vernon Triangle, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.


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Mount Vernon Triangle, District of Columbia FAQ’s

Q: What is the history of the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood?

A: The area originated during the formation of the federal district but was only sparsely populated at the time. Mount Vernon Square was created as a public reservation, and the area around it was known as the Northern Liberties. Some of the remaining older buildings are in what is now considered the Mount Vernon Triangle Historic District. Mount Vernon Triangle as we know it today, is the product of a revitalization initiative that began in 2002.

Q: Is City Center DC in Mount Vernon Triangle?

A: Although commonly associated with Mount Vernon Triangle, the majority of the 10-acre development is directly east in the downtown area, immediately adjacent to Chinatown.

Q: Is downtown DC an actual neighborhood?

A: There is not a simple answer to that question. Although many people refer to downtown as its own neighborhood, it is really more of an area that overlaps with surrounding communities. Given that there are no visible boundaries in the downtown area, it is somewhat synonymous with neighborhoods like Mount Vernon Triangle, Penn Quarter, and Chinatown.

Q: How far is it from Mount Vernon Triangle to the White House?

A: The distance is about 10 city blocks, or less than one mile.


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