A bustling nightlife scene has sprung up along the H Street corridor since the city began an effort to revitalize it in 2005. But daytime businesses, like grocery stores, have been slow to open.
July 21, 2011 The city's vision for H Street: A neighborhood that is "hip but has young families" and is "international, multilingual and diverse." But while a bustling nightlife has sprung up, daytime businesses, such as grocery stores, bookstores and clothing boutiques, have been slow to open. Amanda Voisard/THE WASHINGTON POST Buy Photo