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The U Street Corridor, sometimes called Cardozo/Shaw or Cardozo, is a commercial and residential district in Northwest Washington, D.C., most of which also constitutes the Greater U Street Historic District. It is centered along a nine-block stretch of U Street from 9th to 18th streets NW, from the 1920s until the 1960s was the city's black entertainment hub, called "Black Broadway" and "the heart of black culture in Washington, D.C.". After a period of decline following the 1968 riots, the economy picked up with the 1991 opening of the U Street metro station. With subsequent gentrification the population diversified and as of 2017 is est. 67% non-Hispanic White and 18% African American. Since 2013, thousands of new residents have moved into large new luxury apartment buildings. U Street i

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  • U街走廊(U Street Corridor)是美国华盛顿哥伦比亚特区东北区的一个商业和住宅区,有许多商店、餐厅、夜总会、画廊和音乐场地,沿着U街的9个街块。它东到9街,西到18街和佛罗里达大道。1920年代到1960年代,U街是哥伦比亚特区的黑人娱乐中心,称为“黑人百老汇(Black Broadway)”以及“哥伦比亚特区的黑人文化中心”。在1968年华盛顿哥伦比亚特区大暴动后经历了一段时间的衰退,经济开始发展,1991年开通了U街地铁站。
  • The U Street Corridor, sometimes called Cardozo/Shaw or Cardozo, is a commercial and residential district in Northwest Washington, D.C., most of which also constitutes the Greater U Street Historic District. It is centered along a nine-block stretch of U Street from 9th to 18th streets NW, from the 1920s until the 1960s was the city's black entertainment hub, called "Black Broadway" and "the heart of black culture in Washington, D.C.". After a period of decline following the 1968 riots, the economy picked up with the 1991 opening of the U Street metro station. With subsequent gentrification the population diversified and as of 2017 is est. 67% non-Hispanic White and 18% African American. Since 2013, thousands of new residents have moved into large new luxury apartment buildings. U Street i
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  • U Street Corridor, Washington, D.C.
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