Most of the visuals of the D.C. Walmarts published so far have focused on the inside of the stores. But what about the residential project opening above one of the chain’s new outposts?
77H is the 303-unit apartment project that will sit above the new Walmart opening today at 1st and H Street NW (map). The project from The JBG Companies, which began construction about two years ago, will start leasing next week.
A lounge at 77H.
There are four levels of residences at 77H, with amenity areas, a rooftop pool, lounge area and a fitness center incorporated throughout. The development sits on top of the 76,000 square-foot Walmart store that anchors the project. UrbanTurf is in the process of trying to obtain photos of the apartments themselves. No word yet on what the starting rents will be.
The rooftop pool.
NoMa has been making its fair share of news in recent months. In addition to the opening of 77H, it was revealed about a month ago that a 10-screen movie theater is expected to open in the neighborhood in the fall of 2016, and that yet another large apartment project is planned for the area. And, NoMa was mentioned more than any other DC neighborhood in the recent Congressional hearing about relaxing the city’s century-old Height Act.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/inside_the_h_street_walmart_residential_project/7887
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