Rendering of 360˚ H Street, courtesy of Torti Gallas.
The Torti Gallas-designed, six-story development from Steuart Investment Company will be anchored by a 47,000-square-foot Giant supermarket, and have two floors of underground parking. The development is located on the western end of the burgeoning H Street Corridor and was built up on a formerly vacant lot.
While leasing will begin this month, 360˚ H Street won’t be ready for move-ins until March 1st, Guy Steuart tells UrbanTurf. Steuart estimates that the Giant will be open by May 1st, but perhaps sooner.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/360_h_street_to_begin_leasing_this_month_giant_open_by_may/6495.
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