14th & U Street Corridors

Vitality and energy surge through the center of DC's renaissance and nightlife hub.

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Also known as MidCity, these corridors are the central location for the District’s creative sector. Alive with history and urban growth, 14th Street and U Street attract a surge of young people to live, create and play. Cultural anchors include the African American Civil War Memorial and Museum, the Duke Ellington Mural, the Mary McLeod Bethune House, the Thurgood Marshall Center for Service & Heritage and Cultural Tourism DC’s visitor center.
Several late night dining and clubbing venues help animate the neighborhood during sundown, while vintage row homes, popular theaters and eclectic galleries breathe life into these cross streets throughout the day.

Circulator route: Woodley Park – Adams Morgan – McPherson Square

Resources 14th Street & U Street Corridors:
DC Cool
Washington.org

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