Pullman Place Condominiums

Located at 911 2nd Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002 | H Street Corridor

Sitting above the train tracks behind Union Station, Pullman Place is a recently built luxury condominium building that draws upon the history of trains while also offering modern styling and amenities. The name is a nod to the luxurious Pullman rail cars of the past, even going so far as to finish the lobby with a wall of reclaimed wood, reminiscent of railroad ties. Developed by the Fortis Companies and designed by RTLK Architects, the six-story building is part of a new renaissance of housing along the H Street Corridor and its next-door neighbor, NoMa.

Pullman Place is a narrow structure with brick, wood, and metal materials, fronting along 2nd Ave, and also facing the narrow, one-way Parker Street as well as an alleyway to the north. There are 42 condo units in all, typically ranging from one to two bedrooms, and from approximately 570 to 1,095 square feet of living space on levels one through five. Top floor penthouses can be even more expansive. There are a number of unique aspects that lend to the building’s appeal, such as five units that have their own separate entrances. Many of the condos also have their own private outdoor terraces. Other condo buildings in the H Street Corridor include the Pierce School Lofts, Constellation on H, and the Maryland.

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The overall vibe of Pullman Place brings modernism and traditional urban sensibilities together, from the adjacent rowhouses to the elevated and illuminated train tracks along 2nd Avenue. At night, those facing the tracks are able to watch the Acela trains heading to and from New York City, a dramatic sight reminiscent of the Big Apple itself. The condo interiors are also memorable with open space designs, huge windows, and a variety of different hardwood flooring. Some of the apartments have concrete ceilings and exposed ductwork for an industrial chic ambiance while others offer more traditional contemporary finishes. The kitchens are sleek and minimalist with white quartz counters and panelized appliances for a maximum space saving effect, while the bathrooms have matching finishes. In-unit washers and dryers are standard.

The pet-friendly building has parking, although not for each unit. Other amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a rooftop deck with grilles, and secure bike storage. The neighborhood itself is another important part of the allure, positioned at the western end of the H Street Corridor and also close to NoMa, Near Northeast, and of course, Union Station. A Whole Foods Market is a few blocks away, and there are restaurants, coffeehouses, bars, live entertainment, thrift stores, and art galleries all around. Add the free H Street Trolley, local parks, and a proximity to Capitol Hill, and the pull of this vibrant city setting becomes even stronger.

To learn more about condos for sale at Pullman Place, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Pullman Place, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Does Pullman Place allow pets?

A: Yes, they do. The Swampoodle Dog Park & Playground is just a few blocks away.

Q: Is parking available at Pullman Place?

A: There are a limited number of carport spaces, as well as on-street parking.

Q: What grocery stores are reasonably close to Pullman Place?

A: Whole Foods Market, and Giant Food are in the neighborhood. There is also a Saturday morning farmers market on H Street.

Q: How close are the Pullman Place condos to the U.S. Capitol Building?

A: If you head south along 2nd Street NE, the Capitol will be around 0.9 miles away.

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