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New 22-Unit Condo Project Coming to H Street Corridor

by UrbanTurf Staff

New 22-Unit Condo Project Coming to H Street Corridor: Figure 1
An already-developed stretch of H Street NE, by NCinDC

Another residential project can be added to the growing list of developments coming to H Street NE.

UrbanTurf has learned that Capital City Real Estate will be developing a 22-unit condo project at 301 H Street NE (map) with 5,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. The new boutique-ish project will be located across the street from the Torti Gallas-designed 360˚ H Street, a 215-unit rental project from Steuart Investment Co. which will be anchored by a Giant supermarket and is scheduled for a 2013 delivery.

The units at the new Capital City project will be one and two-bedrooms, all south of 1,000 square feet. Delivery is likely at least a year out. More information and renderings will hopefully be available in the coming weeks.

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5 Comments

  1. Jordan said at 2:58 pm on Thursday April 12, 2012:
    Any idea of a date for ground breaking? Thanks, Jordan
  1. Taylor said at 3:14 pm on Thursday April 12, 2012:
    Great location. Cap City makes a great product, but dealing with their team (realtors, project managers, and overall management) is a total nightmare. Unprofessional staff make getting units under contract difficult.
  1. Shilpi Paul said at 3:17 pm on Thursday April 12, 2012:
    Hi Jordan, No date has been set on a groundbreaking, but we'll update you when we get that information. Shilpi
  1. adam said at 3:42 pm on Thursday April 12, 2012:
    Will they have to go through zoning approval, etc. or is this 'as of right'? Is 301 the lot with the liquor store, or does this include the other abandoned building next door and the vacant lot next to that?
  1. N****Plz said at 4:34 pm on Friday April 13, 2012:
    A lot of this is based on historic information, so forgive me if I am correct. The liquor store, when originally for sale for $1M, included the parking lot to the west and the small, empty lot to the east (which is bounded by a chainlink fence). The large empty lot to the east adjacent to the daycare facility was owned by another developer. It will be interesting to see when/if this development comes into fruition, as Dreyfuss hasn't been able to cough up the cash to build the development across the street (after they tore down some nice row houses). While I hate to see yet another condominium (which will likely become apartments) development go up, it's far better than the liquor store that is a pretty consistent violator of the single sales ban.

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