Pullman Place is 80% Sold

Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, September 29th, 2017 at 12:20pm.

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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 Downtown. Other features of the homes include European-style kitchens, tall ceilings and top-rated fixtures, with some high efficiency design features incorporated into the new homes.

Extra amenities of living within Pullman Place include a rooftop area with room for lounging and grilling and a fitness center. As well, parking is also available and residents can access secure bike storage.

Named to pay tribute to the old Pullman Car Company, the stylish one- and two-bedroom condos blend industrial design elements with more modern appeal, creating some of the most inspirational residential options in the area. Just adjacent to train tracks, the large lobby of Pullman Place lives up to its namesake, with reclaimed wood designed to represent railroad ties in the lobby and some black and white photographs of old Pullman cars planned for artwork.

Found within two blocks of Union Station, the desirable Pullman Place address puts prospective residents close to the vibrancy of the Union Market Neighborhood and the H Street Corridor. This puts the new condos in an ideal area for gaining access to countless grocers, restaurants, shops and entertainment options, as well as public transportation, including the H Street Corridor streetcar.

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