Seven | H Condominiums

Located at 646 H Street NE. Washington, DC 20002 | H Street Corridor

Perched at the corner of H and 7th Street, the aptly named Seven | H condo community (also spelled 7|H) is right in the heart of the H Street Corridor’s vibrant shopping and restaurant scene. The six-story mixed-use building was developed by Rock Creek Park Property Group and Cornerstone Development and designed by the well-known PGN Architects firm. The boutique project with 23 residences plus street level retail and office space, extends from 646 to 654 H Street NE.

With its striking combination of limestone, concrete and metal, along with giant floor-to-ceiling windows, the new structure piggybacked onto existing historic storefronts. The result is a thoroughly modern creation that is complemented by reminders of the H Street Corridor’s past. This slender neighborhood dates back to the mid-1800s, and was one of Washington, DC’s earliest shopping and entertainment districts. It was home to the District’s first Sears Roebuck store as well as the landmark Atlas Movie Theater. The venerable movie house has now been transformed into the Atlas Performing Arts Center. The neighborhood is currently in the midst of a new transitional era. Other condo buildings in the area include the Pierce School Lofts, Constellation on H, and Pullman Place.

More About Seven | H, Washington, DC

Completed in 2020, Seven | H offers both one and two-bedroom floorplans, ranging from around 570 to more than 1,350 square feet in size. Penthouse units are bi-level, with private rooftop decks, and some of the condos have bonus dens that work nicely as home offices. Other features in these modern apartments include wide-plank hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, oversized windows, and chef-style open kitchens with white quartz counters, waterfall prep and dining islands with overhead hanging pendant lights, and Bosch stainless steel appliances. The bathrooms are also quite stylish, often including twin-sink vanities with quartz counters, and walk-in frameless showers. In-unit washers and dryers are standard. Next-door rental parking is also available.

Location plays an important role for the Seven | H at the corner of H and 7th Street. Bakeries, bars, restaurants, book stories, boutique stores, and art galleries line this historic corridor, and Whole Foods is a stone’s throw away. The old streetcar line along H Street was active for 100 years, finally ceasing operations in the 1960s. It recently returned in the form of the H Street Trolley (aka DC Streetcar), offering free service along the H Street/Benning Road route. The H Street Corridor is also referred to by some as the Atlas District, after the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

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

Seven | H, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Why is the building called Seven | H?

A: The building has been referred to as Seven | H and 7|H, because of its location at the corner of 7th and H Street.

Q: Is parking available at the building?

A: Next-door parking is available for a rental fee.

Q: Does the local streetcar line stop anywhere near the Seven | H building?

A: Yes, the DC Streetcar stops near the corner of H Street and 8th Street.

Q: Are pets allowed in this condo building?

A: The building is pet-friendly, up to two dogs or cats.

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