Picture a place where you’ll want to walk instead of drive

Neighborhood

When you live at The Residences at 875 N St., access to all of your trendy and slightly edgy needs are just moments away. The Shaw neighborhood oozes cool- it is the birthplace of jazz legend, Duke Ellington. The Howard Theatre still draws some of the major names in music, and the neighborhood street-art are a must-see.

Getting Around

As far as location and transportation go, Shaw offers a plethora of travel options. This fun and innovative neighborhood is a great place to stroll and enjoy the inspiring murals created by local artists. With multiple Bikeshares a block away, grabbing a bike, and going for a ride is a breeze! Just moments away from the front door are bus stops 70 and G8.

Metro: Mt. Vernon Sq. 7th Street Convention Center Station two blocks away, Shaw-Howard/U Station four blocks away, Gallery Place/Chinatown Station just a 10-minute walk

The Goods

The food options from around the world are rich and joyfully overwhelming. As a city on the go, one has to have their coffee. With numerous cafés to choose from, surely you will find that brew just for you. There are so many food adventures to be had in Shaw.

  • Shopping: Lettie Gooch Boutique, Pen and Prose
  • Restaurants: The Dabney, SUNdeVICH, Convivial, Dacha Beer Garden, Table, Habesha, Bistro Bohem, Beau Thai, Chaplin’s, The Bird, The Commodore Public House & Kitchen, El Sol Restaurante & Tequileria, Espita Mezcaleria
  • Coffee Bars: Compass Coffee, Le Colombe Coffee Roasters, Docli Gelati Cafe, Starbucks, Azi’s Cafe
  • Grocery: Giant Foods, Capitol Supermarket, Safeway

Discover, Play, Enjoy

Shaw neighborhood is known for its Jazz, craft cocktail bars, and indie boutique clothing. But beyond the stunning Row Homes, Shaw is the where culture, diversity, and African-American history come alive. To this day, Howard and Lincoln Theater host a range of musical artists and popular events. There is so much to do in DCs hippest neighborhoods.

Points of Interest: Neighboring the Washington Convention Center, and Long View Gallery, and only steps away from City Center DC