H STREET DEVELOPMENT

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New Condos on the H Street Corridor

ACTIVE H STREET DEVELOPMENT

H Street development received a jumpstart with the construction of a new Whole Foods built on the ground floor of the Apollo apartment building at H and 6th. The H Street Corridor is expected to see approximately 1500 new residential units by the end of 2018, many for-lease, but some condominium and attached homes. Next door, NoMA is rapidly changing from an old warehouse district to a major employment center with over 1,000 hotel rooms, 8,000 residential units, a new grocery store, and new restaurants and shops.
Once a commercial centre filled with retail, dining establishments and entertainment venues, H Street suffered great damage during the 1968 riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King.  Always transportation-oriented, revitalization on the corridor suffered from the lack of a Metro station. Finally, after fifteen years of promised development and the coming of the H Street streetcar, the area has seen a resurgence and is for the first time becoming a pedestrian-friendly district.
SEVEN H

23 new condos

315 H

115 residential units

THE COLLINS

8 residential units

1301 H

9 luxury units

1401 FLORIDA

28 condominium units

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PULLMAN PLACE

42 condominium units

THE MARYLAND

84 condominium units

THE PARAGON

8 condominium units

THE COREY

49 condominium units

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1115 H

16 condominium units

301 H

22 condominium units

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