Columbia Heights is a neighborhood in central Washington, DC. It is probably Washington’s most ethnically and economically diverse neighborhoods. High priced condominium buildings exist next to townhouses and public and middle-income housing. The neighborhood borders Shaw, Adams Morgan, Mount Pleasant, Park View, Pleasant Plains, and Petworth.
The neighborhood has been home to various renowned people, including Jean Toomer, Ambrose Bierce, Sinclair Lewis, Chief Justice Melville Fuller, Justice John Marshall Harlan, Duke Ellington, and Marvin Gaye. In 1999, the neighborhood went through revitalization centered around the Columbia Heights Metro station. On March 5, 2008, DC USA, a 546,000 square-foot retail complex across the street from the Columbia Heights Metro station, opened, with Target and Best Buy, as its anchor stores.
Easy to get around with close access to bike shares, metros, and public busses. This neighborhood's local features include Meridian Hill Park, Josephine Butler Parks Center, Tivoli Theatre, and DC USA mall. Some of the local restaurants include Redrocks Firebrick Pizzeria, Pho 14, Adams Express, El Pollo Sabroso, Sticky Fingers Sweets and Eats, Los Hermanos, Pho 14, and Mi Cuba Café.
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