A living room at Pullman Place.
Pullman Place, NoMa’s newest residential development of 42 well-appointed condominiums, has just announced its Final Phase Release with over 80% of homes sold. The development, a new class of address ready for immediate move-ins, is centrally located less than two blocks from Union Station, between the west end of the H Street Corridor and booming Union Market neighborhood.
On Wednesday, September 20th, Pullman Place will host an afternoon Broker Preview Event from noon to 2pm as well as an evening of hors d’oeuvres and cocktails for prospective home buyers, from 6 to 8pm, showcasing the eight remaining homes. To RSVP, visit the property online here.
Named after the Pullman Car Company, the originator of the luxury railroad car, Pullman Place’s one- and two-bedroom residences are a stylish fusion of modern style and industrial chic. Floor plans are spacious and interior features include wide plank flooring, oversized windows, quartz countertops, full-size washer and dryers, NEST thermostats, spa inspired baths, Elfa custom closet systems and private balconies with incredible city views.
Pullman Place offers both low condo fees and a suite of high-end amenities available to all residents: stunning rooftop features grilling stations and lounge area; a fitness center; smart video intercom system; and expansive lobby. Parking is also available.
The duplex penthouse kitchen at Pullman Place.
Pullman Place offers a contemporary lifestyle centered in a prime location with immediate access to dozens of restaurants, bars, high-end grocers (Whole Foods and Union Market are only several blocks away) and shops. The property is close to the Union Station and NoMa-Gallaudet University Metro stations as well as the H Street Corridor streetcar.
The lobby at Pullman Place.
Among the model homes that will be open for tours on Wednesday are a two-story penthouse loft and a two-bedroom on the property’s fifth floor. One bedroom homes are priced from the high $400s to the mid $500s and two-bedroom homes are priced from the $500s to the high $700s.
To learn more about Pullman Place, attend the event on Wednesday. You can visit the property online here or call 202.315.5431. Prospective buyers can make an appointment to tour the remaining homes any day of the week on the website under “Contact.”
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_wednesday_tour_the_last_8_remaining_condos_at_nomas_pullman_place/13012
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