2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest
Commute to Downtown Washington D.C.
Most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Many nearby public transportation options.
Steep hills, some bike lanes.
2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest has a Walk Score of 83 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest is a seven minute walk from the Red Metrorail Red Line at the VAN NESS-UDC METRO STATION stop.
This location is in the Forest Hills neighborhood in Washington D.C.. Nearby parks include Soapstone Valley Park, Soapstone Valley and Melvin C Hazen Park.
Nearby schools include Howard University School of Law, Howard University, Notre Dame Hall and Howard University, Gothic Architecture.
The closest grocery stores are Giant, Brookville Supermarket and Yes Organic Market.
Nearby coffee shops include Starbucks, Firehook Bakery & Coffeehouse and Panda Cafe. Nearby restaurants include Pho 14, Sushi Para and Epicurean & Company.
2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest is near Soapstone Valley, Melvin Colvin Hazen Park and University of the District of Columbia.
There are some bike lanes and the terrain has steep hills. 2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure. Bike sharing is available from Capital Bikeshare.
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2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest has good transit which means many nearby public transportation options. Car sharing is available from Zipcar, RelayRides and Hertz On Demand.
Red Metrorail Red Line
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2900-2938 Van Ness Street Northwest is in the Forest Hills neighborhood. Forest Hills is the 59th most walkable neighborhood in Washington D.C. with a neighborhood Walk Score of 69.
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