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Mapping Pads Near Shaw's Progressive Cause

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Welcome to Bar Crawl Living where we find some worthy domiciles within stumbling distance of a neighborhood hotspot. If there's a place you want us to scope out, leave a comment or send word to our tipline.

For those that want to do good and feel good doing it, burgeoning 9th Street's Cause is there so you can have your drink and drink it too. Cause bills itself as a "PhilanthroPub" where drinkers spend dough on booze but also help out a cause. (Hence, the name.) Meshing perfectly with the nabe's liberal ethos, Cause encapsulates the area's rise as the next "it" spot for DC's partying set. So after throwing back a few and helping some good causes along the way, crash in these progressive pads. Cheers.


· Cause - The PhilanthroPub [Official Site]
· All Eater Coverage Of Cause [EDC]
· All Bar Crawl Living [CDC]

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1. $249,000

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1512 Marion Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

The most affordable unit on the map, this one bedroom condo is located on a quiet side street away from the hustle and bustle of 9th Street. There's not a lot of space -- only 453 sq.ft. -- and the HOAs are a manageable $286 per month. So for starting out, this place is turn-key ready and looking for an occupant.

2. $399,650

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1911 8th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Coming in at a low $219 per sq.ft., this listing is a deal makers paradise. With two bedrooms, one bath and more than 1,800 sq.ft., the condo has a yard and is geared towards people who want to dance. With loads of light, hangovers could potentially be even more painful.

3. $399,900

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207 R Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Way down Florida Ave on the Bloomingdale and Truxton Circle borders, this two bedroom condo is searching for a buyer who doesn't mind walking. And to entice the potential buyer, the seller is putting up three months of condo fees to sweeten the deal (or a bit more than $1,200).

4. $439,000

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75 Florida Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

On the market for more than 140 days, this property has been covered before and still no changes. It's a mixed property located close to Gallaudet U, and all sorts of buyers are welcome. And the listing's misspelling still hasn't been resolved.

5. $649,000

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1510 6th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Keeping it modern and minimal is how this listing rolls. Fresh on the market and fresh in style, this two bedroom has plenty of space and a "rear spiral staircase" to give it that NYC loft feel. The floors are maple (not the syrup) and the HOAs for this pad are a surprisingly low $232 monthly.

6. $669,000

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1830 11th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Can't decide if you want to be in Logan, Shaw or U Street? Choose all three. The two bedroom, three bath condo has been on the market for about two months and is can't decide where it wants to be. With a shared roof terrace and access to amenities all around the listing, this condo may not be on the market for long.

7. $795,000

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1954 2nd Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

There ain't much to look at here. With only an exterior pic, there's no telling what's going on behind the front door. All that's known is "the contract fell through" and the Victorian "boasts many opportunities". That's code for fixer-upper. But for a buyer willing to get dirty, this may be the opportunity.

8. $799,900

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1350 S Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Charming this place ain't. Located on prime real estate, this characterless listing has only one thing going for it: location. On the market for nearly 4 months, the 4 bedroom condo has low fees but also low taste. No one bothered to turn off the TV when taking pics of the interior. Uber-gauche.

9. $949,000

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1320 W Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

Keeping it real in the penthouse. That's right. For a bit under a cool $1M, the three bedroom penthouse is looking for a whale to snatch it up Moby Dick style. New to the market, the penthouse boasts more than 2,700 sq.ft. of living space, which includes "sleek new finishes" and "Old World charm". Despite the massive size, HOAs are only $312 per month. Score!

10. $965,900

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1908 Vermont Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

In a nabe that's putting on a new face, a bit of new construction is only necessary to include. The development at Vermont Ave and T Street is bringing more units to a nabe that's in demand. There's already a model unit available, so take a tour and see if it's right for you.

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1. $249,000

1512 Marion Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

The most affordable unit on the map, this one bedroom condo is located on a quiet side street away from the hustle and bustle of 9th Street. There's not a lot of space -- only 453 sq.ft. -- and the HOAs are a manageable $286 per month. So for starting out, this place is turn-key ready and looking for an occupant.

1512 Marion Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

2. $399,650

1911 8th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Coming in at a low $219 per sq.ft., this listing is a deal makers paradise. With two bedrooms, one bath and more than 1,800 sq.ft., the condo has a yard and is geared towards people who want to dance. With loads of light, hangovers could potentially be even more painful.

1911 8th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

3. $399,900

207 R Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Way down Florida Ave on the Bloomingdale and Truxton Circle borders, this two bedroom condo is searching for a buyer who doesn't mind walking. And to entice the potential buyer, the seller is putting up three months of condo fees to sweeten the deal (or a bit more than $1,200).

207 R Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

4. $439,000

75 Florida Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

On the market for more than 140 days, this property has been covered before and still no changes. It's a mixed property located close to Gallaudet U, and all sorts of buyers are welcome. And the listing's misspelling still hasn't been resolved.

75 Florida Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

5. $649,000

1510 6th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Keeping it modern and minimal is how this listing rolls. Fresh on the market and fresh in style, this two bedroom has plenty of space and a "rear spiral staircase" to give it that NYC loft feel. The floors are maple (not the syrup) and the HOAs for this pad are a surprisingly low $232 monthly.

1510 6th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

6. $669,000

1830 11th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Can't decide if you want to be in Logan, Shaw or U Street? Choose all three. The two bedroom, three bath condo has been on the market for about two months and is can't decide where it wants to be. With a shared roof terrace and access to amenities all around the listing, this condo may not be on the market for long.

1830 11th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

7. $795,000

1954 2nd Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

There ain't much to look at here. With only an exterior pic, there's no telling what's going on behind the front door. All that's known is "the contract fell through" and the Victorian "boasts many opportunities". That's code for fixer-upper. But for a buyer willing to get dirty, this may be the opportunity.

1954 2nd Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

8. $799,900

1350 S Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Charming this place ain't. Located on prime real estate, this characterless listing has only one thing going for it: location. On the market for nearly 4 months, the 4 bedroom condo has low fees but also low taste. No one bothered to turn off the TV when taking pics of the interior. Uber-gauche.

1350 S Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

9. $949,000

1320 W Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009

Keeping it real in the penthouse. That's right. For a bit under a cool $1M, the three bedroom penthouse is looking for a whale to snatch it up Moby Dick style. New to the market, the penthouse boasts more than 2,700 sq.ft. of living space, which includes "sleek new finishes" and "Old World charm". Despite the massive size, HOAs are only $312 per month. Score!

1320 W Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009

10. $965,900

1908 Vermont Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

In a nabe that's putting on a new face, a bit of new construction is only necessary to include. The development at Vermont Ave and T Street is bringing more units to a nabe that's in demand. There's already a model unit available, so take a tour and see if it's right for you.

1908 Vermont Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001