H Street Corridor

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under H Street Corridor, from most recent to least.

The 1,076 Units Coming to the H Street Corridor

The 1,076 Units Coming to the H Street Corridor

Lark Turner | October 8th 2014 | 3 Comments

We take a look at the many developments planned for the H Street Corridor, from west to east. ... read »

34-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned for H Street’s East End

34-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned for H Street’s East End

Lark Turner | September 30th 2014 | 4 Comments

The new development would sit on the area's iconic starburst intersection. ... read »

New 26-Unit Project Planned Adjacent to H Street Whole Foods

New 26-Unit Project Planned Adjacent to H Street Whole Foods

UrbanTurf Staff | September 29th 2014

Back in June, UrbanTurf reported that Rock Creek Property Group and Cornerstone Development Group had acquired a series of H Street Corridor... read »

26 Units With Retail: Douglas Development’s H Street Plans

26 Units With Retail: Douglas Development’s H Street Plans

UrbanTurf Staff | August 11th 2014

A 26-unit residential project with retail space is planned for the H Street Corridor, as Douglas Development has firmed up plans for a site it owns... read »

The Maryland: 84 Luxury Condos, Where H Meets the Hill

The Maryland: 84 Luxury Condos, Where H Meets the Hill

UrbanTurf Sponsor | July 30th 2014

The Maryland is an 84-unit luxury condo located on the cusp of the H Street Corridor and Capitol Hill. It is the first large-scale condominium to... read »

30-Unit Condo Project Planned For H Street Corridor

30-Unit Condo Project Planned For H Street Corridor

UrbanTurf Staff | June 9th 2014

Rock Creek Property Group and Cornerstone Development Group have acquired 646-654 H Street NE and plan to develop a 30-unit condo project at the... read »

DC’s Hidden Places: Wylie Street

DC’s Hidden Places: Wylie Street

Lark Turner | April 9th 2014 | 3 Comments

In Hidden Places, UrbanTurf takes a look at some of the charming but lesser-known one- and two-block streets in the District. This week, Wylie Street... read »

Best New Listings: Two Unique Rowhomes and a Cleveland Park Co-op

Best New Listings: Two Unique Rowhomes and a Cleveland Park Co-op

Lark Turner | March 21st 2014 | 3 Comments

In this week's Best New Listings, UrbanTurf looks at a tin-ceilinged rowhouse along the H Street Corridor; another rowhouse with modern fixtures and... read »

H Street Project Could Break Ground in a Year, Offer Large Apartments

H Street Project Could Break Ground in a Year, Offer Large Apartments

Lark Turner | March 6th 2014 | 3 Comments

Douglas Development's H Street project will include roughly 30 units and 30,000 square feet of retail. ... read »

84-Unit H Street Condo Development to Deliver by December

84-Unit H Street Condo Development to Deliver by December

Lark Turner | February 12th 2014 | 2 Comments

An 84-unit condo project at 1350 Maryland Avenue NE will start selling units this spring and plans to be complete by December, UrbanTurf has learned.... read »


 

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