H Street Northeast
Revitalization is the latest change sweeping through the H Street Corridor—a neighborhood in Washington, D.C., that never fully recovered from the 1968 riots. Located in the northeast section of the district, H Street’s close proximity to the capital makes it an increasingly valuable area for newcomers in retail and residential space.
Day on night on H Street Northeast: Between bars and transportation woes, revitalizing neighborhood a ‘tale of two cities’
Text and audio slideshow by Liz White
H Street arts organizations spark economic growth: Arts and Entertainment District build vibrant community, but racial divides persist
Text and photographs by Samantha Miller
As H Street revitalizes, education and youth remain a challenge
Text by Caroline Pacl