715 D Street Northeast
Commute to Downtown Washington D.C.
Daily errands do not require a car.
Transit is convenient for most trips.
Flat as a pancake, excellent bike lanes.
715 D Street Northeast has a Walk Score of 95 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
715 D Street Northeast is a 15 minute walk from the Fredericksburg Line and the Manassas Line at the Union Station stop.
This location is in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Washington D.C.. Nearby parks include Triangle, Triangle and Triangle.
Nearby schools include Prospect LC, Peabody Elementary School and Stuart-Hobson Middle School.
The closest grocery stores are Adams Market, Capitol Hill Supermarket and P&C Market.
Nearby coffee shops include Jacob's Coffee House, Cafe Berlin and Cafe Bliss, Coffee and Deli. Nearby restaurants include Kenny's BBQ Smokehouse, Bistro Cacao and La Loma Mexican Restaurant.
715 D Street Northeast is near Triangle, Triangle and Stanton Park.
There are excellent bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. 715 D Street Northeast is a Biker’s Paradise, daily errands can be accomplished on a bike. Bike sharing is available from Capital Bikeshare.
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715 D Street Northeast has excellent transit which means transit is convenient for most trips. Car sharing is available from Zipcar, Hertz On Demand and RelayRides.
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715 D Street Northeast compared to all of Washington D.C..
Lower crime area.
Lower crime area.
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715 D Street Northeast is in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Capitol Hill is the 20th most walkable neighborhood in Washington D.C. with a neighborhood Walk Score of 89.
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