Bloomingdale is bordered by Channing Street NW, Bryant Street NW, 2nd Street NW, North Capitol Street NW, and Florida Avenue NW.
Most of the housing stock in this wedge-shaped neighborhood consists of Victorian rowhomes and converted condominium buildings. Some of the older rowhomes have been turned into two units, while others retain their original (and expansive) single-family construction. Frequently, you’ll find modern features married with historical details.
Many of the homes along Bloomingdale’s quiet side streets embody the spirit of front-porch culture. Covered front porches and cherished front gardens add a quaint, small-town feel to this small but popular northwest DC neighborhood.
The result is a location that offers residents a distinctly urban vibe nestled among classic DC rowhomes, and one that seamlessly blends in with several other trendy neighborhoods, including LeDroit Park, Shaw, and the U Street Corridor.