Lincoln Park at a Glance

Today’s Washington Post featured the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Capitol Hill in the article A People-Magnet of a Park. The Post summarized the neighborhood in the following manner.

BOUNDARIES: 11th Street on the west, F Street NE on the north, C Street SE on the south, 15th Street on the east

SCHOOLS: Payne, Maury or Miner Elementary, Eliot-Hine Junior High, Browne Education Campus or Jefferson Middle School, Eastern or Spingarn High School

HOME SALES: In the past year, 110 houses sold, for $215,000 to $1,195,777, according to Joe Priester, an agent with Long & Foster. Forty-eight condos sold, for $220,000 to $878,000. Forty-one houses are listed for sale, at $209,000 to $1,495,000. Twenty-five condos are for sale, at prices from $199,500 to $900,000.

WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE: Eastern Market, Safeway, Eastern Market and Potomac Avenue Metro stations, bars and restaurants along H Street NE and on Capitol Hill

WITHIN 10 MINUTES BY CAR: Congressional offices, Washington Navy Yard


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