The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor

by Nena Perry-Brown

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 1
Rendering of 1401 Florida Avenue NE.

It has been over a year since we did a deep dive into the residential developments on tap for the H Street Corridor, and during that time a number of new projects have been announced. In October 2014, we calculated that 1,076 units were in the works for the H Street Corridor and nearby blocks. Since then a few of those developments have delivered while others have been announced, adding another 400 units to last year’s total.

Below, we look at those developments from west to east. (Two developments below are in Trinidad, but we deemed them close enough to the corridor to include.)

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 2
Click image to learn more about Pullman Place.

Pullman Place

In 2014, UrbanTurf reported on the six-story, 42-unit condominium building slated for 911 2nd Street NE (map). The development from Fortis Development and Northridge Capital is named after American engineer and manufacturing pioneer George Pullman, and construction is currently underway. Fortis anticipates that units will be available starting this fall.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 3
Click image to learn more about 315 H Street NE

315 H Street NE

The vacant lot at 315 H Street NE (map) will be turned into a 135-unit development with 6,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. MRP Residential’s revised plans for the project in response to community concerns include the acquisition of the lot to the east of the property, an increase in the number of affordable units, the use of less-reflective exterior building materials, and an analysis of and plan to address the safety of the alley behind the property, in which MRP wanted to include private entrances for some residents.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 4
Click image to learn more about 501 H Street NE

501 H Street NE

501 H Street NE (map) is a project from Douglas Development that will consist of a building with three floors of retail and 28 apartments. The apartments will average about 600 square feet. Douglas intends to offer several transit benefits to new residents in order to compensate for the lack of parking. Douglas is currently in the process of acquiring permits to raze the one-story building that is currently on the site.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 5
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The Apollo

The Apollo, a 430-unit apartment project from Insight Development Group at 600 H Street NE (map), plans to open its doors this fall. The biggest draw of the building may be that it will be anchored by a Whole Foods, but it will also have a rooftop dog run and pool as well as a movie terrace.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 6
Click image to learn more about 646-654 H Street NE

646-654 H Street NE

Adjacent to the Apollo at 646-654 H Street NE (map), Rock Creek Property Group is constructing a six-story mixed-use building with 26 condominium units. Although no retail tenants have been secured, the development is likely to include an outdoor seating area. Delivery is anticipated in 2017.

H Street Corridor development

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 7
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H Street Connection

The razing of H Street Connection, a two-block strip mall along the nucleus of the H Street Corridor, is anticipated to get underway this year after the expiration of the active leases on the site. In place of the mall, The Rappaport Companies and W.C. Smith plan to deliver 44,300 square feet of retail below approximately 420 apartments spanning 801-957 H Street NE (map), with ample parking below. The project is expected to be complete in late 2018.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 8
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1326 Florida Avenue NE

Just to the north of the H Street Corridor, Ditto Residential is constructing a 45-unit, 37,000-square foot building at 1326 Florida Avenue NE (map). Delivery is expected this summer.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 9
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The Corey

Lock 7 is adding a mix of retail and residential nearby with 48 apartments, one ground-floor retail tenant and 8 parking spots on a surface lot. The Corey, at 1350 Florida Avenue NE (map), is expected to be completed by spring.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 10
Click image to learn more about 1300 H Street NE

1300 H Street NE

A four-story mixed-use project is coming to the corner of 13th and H Street NE (map), replacing the R.L. Christian Library. There will be a total of 36 residences atop 6,500 square feet of ground-floor retail. This project from the H Street Community Development Corporation, Insight Property Group and Rise Development will see construction begin in early 2017.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 11
Click image to learn more about 1301 H Street NE

1301 H Street NE

Directly across the street at 1301 H Street NE (map), S2 Development plans to construct nine condos with over 5,000 square feet of retail in a four-story building. The units are expected to be on the larger side with at least six being three-bedroom units.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 12
Click image to learn more about 1371-1375 H Street NE

1371-1375 H Street NE

Another mixed-use development to round out the 1300 block of H Street NE (map) is coming courtesy of New Legacy Partners. The 27-unit condo development will include 2,400 square feet of retail. This is another project along the corridor at which the developer plans to offer public transit benefits to condo owners in lieu of parking.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 13
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Linden Court

This newcomer to the H Street scene was just approved by the Board of Zoning Adjustment in December. Linden Court Partners will bring four 3-story townhouses and neighborhood-serving commercial space to 1313-1323 Linden Court NE (map), an alley just off H Street NE. The developer plans to start delivering the townhomes by the end of this year.

The 1,458 New Units Coming to the H Street Corridor: Figure 1
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1401 Florida Avenue NE

Located on a triangular-shaped piece of land on the east end of the H Street Corridor, 1401 Florida Avenue NE (map) will be a six-floor development with 28 residences and a restaurant. Last UrbanTurf heard, raze applications for the buildings on-site are still under review with the Historic Preservation Office.

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Click image to learn more about 1701 H Street NE

1701 H Street NE

Announced just before Christmas, Capital City Real Estate is developing 1701 H Street NE (map) into a 180 unit development with over 14,000 square feet of retail and amenities, including a swimming pool, yoga studio, rooftop fitness center, and an outdoor kitchen. The new development extends the development of the H Street Corridor just east of Bladensburg Road.

H Street Corridor development

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/1458_new_units_are_on_tap_for_the_h_street_corridor/10720


  1. UrbanLandCo said at 6:37 pm on Thursday January 7, 2016:
    H Street's truly on the move. These are wild times in local real estate and this is a great look at the announced pipeline. Make sure to check out Havana in the corridor as well - there's 49 1 & 2 Bedrooms coming soon to 1215 K St NE. Construction is proceeding as planned & we're on schedule for an upcoming preview!
  1. The Hill is Home said at 3:16 pm on Saturday July 9, 2016:
    H Street redevelopment is long welcome, but it must proceed in a way that is compatible with the surrounding historic neighborhood. Century-old brick homes can’t take the incessant vibration of huge trucks cutting through the neighborhood. If District officials can’t mitigate these problems by banning transit of huge trucks and excessive rush hour traffic on side streets in the Historic District, it’s time to think seriously about clamping down on development which exacerbates traffic problems. Let’s preserve our historic neighborhood.

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