Northeast, Washington, DC, DC Apartments

Northeast Washington DC is bordered by North Capitol Street, East Capitol Street and Eastern Avenue. The Northeast section of DC is also is the site of several major colleges, such as Catholic University, Trinity College, and Gallaudet University. Catholic University and Trinity College are located along Michigan Avenue, and Gallaudet University lies south of these two colleges. Major points of interest include RFK Stadium, Fort Totten Park, Fort Bunker Hill Park, Union Station, and the National Arboretum. RFK Stadium is the home for the DC United soccer team. The stadium has been running since 1961 and serves as a venue for sports, music, and other entertainment. Union Station is a historic site for events, shopping, dining, and transportation. Union Station's unique architecture was designed by Daniel Burnham during the 1900's. Today, Union Station serves as a popular venue, shopping mall, and train station for several train lines such as Amtrak, MARC, and VRE. Established in 1927, the National Arboretum consists of 446 acres of land with a large collection of plants and gardens aimed at research, conservation, and education concerning plants and horticulture. (Renter Statistics Source: and

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