Why Move Here?
Trinidad DC is considered one of the newer up and coming area's in Northeast Washington DC due to the newer condo developments as well as the amount of new restaurants. Like some places in Washington DC Trinidad is not without its stained past however in recent years Trinidad has seen a drastic change in the community. The area has become a magnet for young professionals looking to have nightlife close but not as close as it would in other places such as Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights.
About the area
There is no shortage of nightlife in Trinidad for the people that live there, however, most of the nightlife is located in the H st corridor which is a short walk to Florida Ave on the opposite side. & Pizza will let you put whatever you want on the pizza you buy but not just the garden variety pepperoni and cheese…think shrimp and broccoli florets. In recent years, home value has increased as developers have snapped up abandoned homes and more buyers who find themselves priced out of other area's look for more reasonably priced homes.
Some places of interest include Toki Underground which serves a great jazzed up version of ramen and dumplings, not the ramen noodles you fondly remember from college! Granville Moore's is a great little gastropub that serves Belgian cuisine and Taylor gourmet (personal favorite) for those who seek an amazing sub or salad!
It's not all food and bars for Trinidad, for those who love the arts the Atlas Performing Arts Center and Industry Gallery are popular attraction.
Wheatley Educational Campus serves pre-k through 8th grade as we shift the focus to education as well as Center City Public Charter School's Trinidad Campus on West Virginia Ave.
**The H St festival is a HUGE block party-esqe festival that happens every year similar to Adams Morgan Day and Columbia Heights Day. In 2016 the festival is planned for September 2016 with an exact date to be announce**
Where is this located?
Bounded by Florida Ave to the south, West Virginia Ave to the West, Bladensburg Rd NE to the East and MT. Olive Rd NE to the North you will find yourself in Trinidad. The area in Northeast Washington DC named after James Berry, a 19th century speculator.