H Street Corridor

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constellation on h - 1402 h st ne dc

One of the newest and most exciting additions to the H Street Corridor, Constellation on H presents a vibrant new option for living in one of the most desirable locations in all of DC. Surrounded by restaurants and nightlife, the hip new condos add yet another level of sophistication to the area.

Offering up views of the Capitol Building and the Washington Monument, the luxury condos take up an entre city block, with a number of uniquely designed floor plans constructed to appeal to a variety of buyers. In all, the six-story building includes the option of around two-dozen different residences, mostly one- and two-bedrooms.

While some of the smaller units command around 700 square feet of living space, some of the larger units provide upwards of

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Efforts are underway to extend the H Street Corridor, further capitalizing on an area that’s already seen strong development in recent years. The new vision, backed by the H Street Main Street nonprofit, the Department of Small and Local Business Development and Great Streets DC, is to expand revitalization to the east of the Starburst intersection.

The nonprofit wants to build upon the H Street Corridor to the east and north, on out to Bladensburg and Benning roads. To help others see the same vision, the group’s asked for designs and options on how to accomplish the goal of delivering more than 2,000 residential units, plus commercial space, open public space and underground parking to the area.

HSMS presented four options recently regarding a

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dc streetcarPhoto: Thomas Cizauskas

An old idea is making a comeback in the DC area, and reshaping some of its neighborhoods along the way. The old streetcars of yesteryear came back late last year, with some ambitious plans to extend the project out even more in the future.

The current route starts off behind Union Station, down H Street to Benning Road, ending at Langston Golf Course. The final stop of the line sits near the RFK Stadium parking lot. The streetcars already set the stage for some future redevelopment plans, and more could be coming.

There’s an effort underway to extend the streetcars westward to downtown and Georgetown. Expected to be more reliable than the current H Street line, the proposed K Street line would likely also be faster and not

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pullman place - 911 2nd st ne dc

Opportunity is going fast to get in one of the most stylish new residential additions to NoMa. Pullman Place is already more than 80-percent sold, with just a handful of new, move-in ready homes still available.

Priced starting in the high $400,000s for a one-bedroom unit and starting in the $500,000s for a two-bedroom unit, the property also includes a two-story penthouse loft. Wide plank flooring, quartz countertops and large windows, allowing for the infusion of plenty of natural light throughout the homes, accent the more than 40 condos of Pullman Place.

In addition, the homes come with a full-size washer and dryer, spa-like baths and custom closets. As well, private balconies open up the units to sensational views of the Capitol and

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Constellation on H - 1402 H St NE

Stretching for a full city block, Constellation on H is now selling luxury condos in the popular H Street Corridor. This new, six-story, 28-unit building sits at the gateway to the neighborhood, bringing an exciting new residential option to the vibrant community.

With a blend of upscale design principles and concrete construction, the striking new building features a unique range of floor plans, with up to three-bedrooms and up to 2.5-baths. Outfitted with name-brand, stainless steel appliances, Carrera countertops and striking black and white contrasts, the units additionally offer European–style accents, with upscale finishes throughout.

The sophisticated features extend to the bathrooms too, outfitted with bronze fixtures and floating

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pullman place - 909 2nd st ne

The stylish new Pullman Place condos are already more than 50-percent sold, one of the latest choices in residential living in NoMa. With contemporary features and the allure of a new construction home, Pullman Place offers some of the most desirable new residences, with an impressive address to match.

This centrally located building is only about two blocks away from Union Station, found between Union Market and the H Street Corridor, a prime location for new condo buyers. It’s simple to explore the various eclectic dining options of Union Market or join in on the vibrancy of H Street nightlife.

As well, the access to Capitol Hill makes the location one of the most sought-after in the DC area. Two Metro stops are nearby, and several grocery

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whole foods h street

There’s a new tenant now open on H Street, and its opening is already benefiting the neighborhood. Whole Foods opened this week and has created a real buzz in the community.

Located on the ground floor of The Apollo, a 400+ unit apartment building on H Street, plans for the market include an early morning juice and coffee bar, a fresh daily bakery, fresh seafood selections and an array of organic and natural foods. The corporate website lists there will also be an H Street Lounge, a place for sampling craft beers, wine and even a “melted cheese” station.

It’s the ease of shopping too, for the grocery store will simply be a few steps away from home for many tenants. While the new choices could prove exciting for area residents, the entire store

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h street corridor washington dc

Once known mostly for its nightlife, the H Street Corridor has now officially arrived, currently home to everything from artistic venues and bars to shops, restaurants and residential options. Dating back to the mid 1800s, the corridor was at one time considered a bustling commercial district, a location that survived a series of ups and downs over the years. These days, however, long time residents and new residents are seeing a change, marking a period in which the H Street Corridor has finally officially arrived, with recent revitalization bringing the area back to some of its original roots.

The desirability of the Northeast DC neighborhood comes in part due to its location. The area is close to Union Station and to the US Capitol. Attractions

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pullman place dc

With a mix of available floor plans to choose from, Pullman Place is now selling modernly designed condos just blocks away from Union Market. This new development offers a central location in the desirable H Street Corridor, bringing stylish new living options within a six-story building to the area.

With a total of 42 condos, Pullman Place is contemporary and fashionable, with such available features as European-style kitchens, quartz countertops, high ceilings and spa-style baths.  The homes also offer either a private patio or balcony for outdoor living space, plus such interior finishes as wide plank flooring and magnificent views of the surrounding area. Other desirable features include the exposed concrete ceilings and large glass showers in

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h street corridor washington dc

A thriving and bustling DC commercial district in the mid-1800s, H Street later fell into disrepair, transforming itself into an area known more for its boarded-up buildings and affordability than its abundant offerings. These days, however, the one-and-a-half mile stretch known as the H Street Corridor has once again come of age with a revitalization project some never even envisioned as possible.

The former site of the old Apollo Theater is now being transformed into a more than 400-unit apartment building with the first tenants scheduled to move in this fall. Meanwhile, a massive Whole Foods store is also under development, marking, as some developers see it, just one more important indication that the area is full of potential. A nearby

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