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Guide to Adams Morgan
Colorful. Eclectic. Diverse. These are all words that might come to mind when visiting Washington DC’s Adams Morgan. Conveniently located in NW DC at 18th Street and Colombia Road, the neighborhood is well known for being an activity epicenter. The bulk of the action lies on 18th street, which is littered with bars & restaurants. The hungry wanderer can choose from traditional American cuisine, Asian fusion, or Mediterranean, all within a few blocks, while those looking for more of an adventure won’t be disappointed with the neighborhoods proximity to the zoo, galleries, and independent coffee shops.
Unlike other neighborhoods in Washington DC, Adams Morgan is not named after a traffic circle or nearby landmark, but instead from a school district. When the areas two school districts combined in 1958, and new boundaries were drawn, the area began being referred to as Adams Morgan.
Within walking distance of the thriving intersection of 18th St and Columbia Rd, NW commuters will find two metro stations, Woodley Park, which services the red line and Columbia Heights, which services the Green and Yellow line. Metrobus lines 42, 43, 90, 92, 93, 96 and L2 reach the area as well and, as of 2009, the DC Circulator also runs through the neighborhood. In 2010 all of the bike lanes were widened and Capital Bikeshare began to run in the neighborhood as well. Those looking to drive to the area should do so during the day when street parking is much more available rather than at night when it can be very scarce.
Living in Adams Morgan
When looking for a place to settle in Adams Morgan, one has the choice between cute and colorful row houses, mid-sized apartment buildings, or small condo buildings and lofts. Though most of the houses do not have yards, many families with young children still choose to call Adams Morgan their home because of its delightful local parks. Walter Pierce Community Park is children and dog friendly, with a playground, fields and colorful murals. The other local park, Kalorama, is another great recreation spot with the addition of a community garden that everyone in the neighborhood can enjoy and contribute to.
Where to Eat & Drink in Adams Morgan
Cajun? Check. Mediterranean? Check. Taiwanese? Everything else? Check. The diversity that Adams Morgan boasts in its residents shines through the storefronts of its eateries. It is no surprise that in an area with over 136 nationalities that it is here you will find the top Ethiopian food in DC, right next to some of the best salsa and French cuisine. There is no limit to food in the area and while certain places, such as Tail Up Goat, Hank's Oyster Bar, Mintwood Place and Jack Rose, are known for their award-winning meals and upscale atmospheres, those looking for a well-priced night out will find it in Adam’s Morgan at places like Sakuramen and The Black Squirrel.
Although there’s never a dull moment in Adams Morgan, the streets truly come alive after dinner. There are plenty of bars to choose from in the area no matter what kind of night you’re looking for. Brass Monkey offers karaoke in their basement bar while Madams Organ usually has live music and drinks served out of mason jars. Once the bars and restaurants shut down, late night munchers can head to places like Jumbo Slice or Amsterdam Falafel shop for some seriously good late night eats.
Adams Morgan is well known for its nightlife, but it goes far beyond this label. There are several recreational activities in the area and the most noted, and arguably the most fun, is the annual Adams Morgan Day festival that celebrates live music, art and international cuisine.
The fun doesn’t stop after festival day though, as the neighborhood is full of independently owned bookshops, record stores and art galleries. Smash Records, on 18th Street, is perfect for the punks and metal heads of DC. In addition to music stores there are also several other shops, such as Tora Mata, that define the area with its variety of knickknacks ranging from Peruvian artwork to gemstone jewelry.
Real Estate Market Stats
Basic Stats Overview
Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Last Updated: 11/30/2020
|Homes for Sale||72||-9.7%||+83.3%|
|Solds: 90 Day||84||+10.7%||+85.7%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||100.42%||-0.2%||-13.5%|
|90 Day Sold||$619,835||+2.3%||-66.1%|
|90 Day Sold||$578,000||-3.6%||-42.1%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||17.12||+18.8%||+19.2%|
|Homes for Sale||0||N/A||N/A|
|Solds: 90 Day||3||0.0%||0.0%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||100.44%||0.0%||-3.2%|
|90 Day Sold||$997,000||0.0%||+44.7%|
|90 Day Sold||$442,000||0.0%||-24.4%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||5.00||0.0%||+13.4%|
|Homes for Sale||2||+50.0%||-450.0%|
|Solds: 90 Day||4||+50.0%||-125.0%|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||97.41%||-4.4%||-18.9%|
|90 Day Sold||$1,342,500||+40.8%||+11.4%|
|90 Day Sold||$1,422,500||+44.1%||+25.1%|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||17.75||+57.7%||+4.2%|
|Homes for Sale||70||-10.0%||N/A|
|Solds: 90 Day||77||+9.1%||N/A|
|Average List Price/Sold Price||100.80%||+0.2%||N/A|
|90 Day Sold||$567,600||-2.8%||N/A|
|90 Day Sold||$575,000||-3.3%||N/A|
|Days on Market|
|90 Day Sold||17.56||+17.6%||N/A|
What does the most expensive home in Adams Morgan look like?
1933 19TH ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20009
How about the least expensive?
2200 17TH ST NW #G-79, WASHINGTON, DC 20009
1867 MINTWOOD PL NW #1, WASHINGTON, DC 20009