Northeast (Washington, D.C.)

Northeast (Washington DC) Gallaudet University
Northeast (Washington DC) Trinity Washington University
Northeast (Washington DC) Basilica of the National Srine of the Immaculate Conception
Northeast (Washington DC) Amtrak Coach Yard and the WMATA Brentwood Rail Yard
Northeast (Washington DC) National Arboretum

Northeastern quadrant of Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States.

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North Capitol Street

North Capitol Street sign
NPR building at the corner of L Street and North Capitol Street

North Capitol Street is a street in Washington, D.C. that separates the Northwest and Northeast quadrants of the city.

Brookland (Washington, D.C.)

Map of Brookland, 1879
Dahlgreen Courts
Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America

Brookland is a neighborhood located in the Northeast (NE) quadrant of Washington, D.C. It is best known for its numerous Catholic institutions, including schools, religious communities, shrines, institutes, and other organizations built and based around the Catholic University of America.

East Capitol Street

East Capitol Street at its intersection with 8th Street, looking towards the U.S. Capitol

East Capitol Street is a major street that divides the northeast and southeast quadrants of Washington, D.C. It runs due east from the United States Capitol to the DC-Maryland border.

Capitol Hill

Largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C., stretching easterly in front of the United States Capitol along wide avenues.

G Street SE
Aerial view of Capitol Hill looking east, showing the Capitol, Supreme Court Building, Library of Congress, and congressional office buildings.
Christ Church built in 1806 on G Street SE
East Capitol Street NE
Police Substation Number 1
Houses on G Street, SE
Houses on D Street SE
The Hiram W. Johnson House, a National Historic Landmark located on Capitol Hill
thumb|The Capitol Hill

The Capitol Hill neighborhood today straddles two quadrants of the city, Southeast and Northeast.

Catholic University of America

Private research university in Washington, D.C. It is a pontifical university of the Catholic Church in the United States and the only institution of higher education founded by U.S. Catholic bishops.

Pope Leo XIII granted the charter to The Catholic University of America
U.S. President Grover Cleveland helped lay the cornerstone
An aerial view of campus in 1920
A blimp over Gibbons Hall during the 1917–18 school year.
The Knights of Columbus presented a check to the Catholic University of America on the steps of the university's McMahon Hall in 1904 to establish a Chair of American History.
Pryzbyla Plaza, with the National Shrine in the background.
McGivney Hall
Marist Hall (1899)
Caldwell Hall
Pope Benedict XVI about to address the crowd in 2008
Gibbons Hall (built in 1911), a residence hall

The CUA campus is in the residential community of Brookland in Northeast Washington; its main entrance is 620 Michigan Ave., NE.

Deanwood

Deanwood neighborhood at the intersection of Sheriff Rd. and 46th St. in August 2018

Deanwood is a neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C., bounded by Eastern Avenue to the northeast, Kenilworth Avenue to the northwest, Division Avenue to the southeast, and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue to the south.

Fort Totten (Washington, D.C.)

Intersection of Hamilton St and Rock Creek Church Rd, NE, February 2018

Fort Totten is a neighborhood located in Ward 5 of Northeast Washington, D.C.

Fort Lincoln (Washington, D.C.)

Fort Lincoln neighborhood on Hansberry Ct. NE in February 2019
Battle of Bladensburg historical marker inside the entrance Of Fort Lincoln Cemetery detailing the War of 1812 exploits of the last stand in the American defense against the ensuing British advance by the artillery barrage of Commodore Joshua Barney and his Chesapeake Bay Flotilla of sailors and attached marines before being overwhelmed.

Fort Lincoln is a neighborhood located in northeastern Washington, D.C. It is bounded by Bladensburg Road to the northwest, Eastern Avenue to the northeast, New York Avenue NE to the south, and South Dakota Avenue NE to the southwest.

Benning (Washington, D.C.)

Benning neighborhood at the intersection of 40th St and Ames St. NE, September 2018

Benning is a residential neighborhood located in Ward 7 of Northeast Washington, D.C. It is bounded by East Capitol Street to the south, Minnesota Avenue to the west, and Benning Road (for which the neighborhood is named) on the north and east.

Quadrants of Washington, D.C.

Administratively divided into four geographical quadrants of unequal size, each delineated by their ordinal directions from the medallion located in the Crypt under the Rotunda of the Capitol.

Color-enhanced USGS satellite image of Washington, D.C., taken April 26, 2002. The "crosshairs" in the image mark the quadrant divisions of Washington, with the United States Capitol at the center of the dividing lines. To the west of the Capitol extends the National Mall, visible as a slight green band in the image. The Northwest quadrant is the largest, located north of the Mall and west of North Capitol Street.

"Northeast" (NE or N.E.) is located north of East Capitol Street and east of North Capitol Street.