Rental apartments and street-level retail space in the heart of the District of Columbia's fast-growing H Street Corridor.
307 rental apartments
10,000 square feet of retail space
Local Population Density
16,400 people/square mile
A nine-story residential building with street-level retail space on a site nestled between two mid-rise office buildings along H Street NE, between 6th Street NE and 7th Street NE.
Invested in the project through a venture with the property’s developer, Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners.
The H Street Corridor, which fell into decline in the 1960s and 1970s, is undergoing a major transformation and has emerged as one of D.C.’s most attractive nightlife destinations. Forbes has named it one of the top “hipster” neighborhoods in the U.S., on par with San Francisco’s Mission District and Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood.
Property amenities include a fitness center, rooftop pool deck, indoor/outdoor clubroom and an exterior courtyard with a projection screen.
A Whole Foods Market located across H Street NE from the property opened in early 2017.
Located on the H/Benning Line, the first segment of D.C.’s new streetcar system, which runs 2.4 miles along H Street NE, taking neighborhood residents east to the Anacostia River and west to Union Station, one of the busiest underground-rail stations in the D.C. region’s Metrorail public-transit system.
Achieved bronze-level certification, under the National Green Building Standard residential-building rating system.