Union Place luxury-apartment complex opens in February

More than 500 residential units unveiling near Union Station

According to the NoMa BID, the Union Place luxury apartment development in Washington, D.C., situated about four blocks from Union Station, is nearing its grand opening. The much-anticipated official unveiling is expected to take place mid-February. The project is home to 525 residential units in a 14-story building. Union Place has amenities that will strike residents’ fancies, including an approximately 1,300 square-foot club room, a premium fitness center, a café, an 11,000 square-foot courtyard, multiple lounges and a rooftop pool with infinity edge perception.

Union Place was developed by a Toll Brothers subsidiary. Toll Brothers Apartment Living will manage the property. The development came together after a $130M construction loan facility was obtained from U.S Bank National Association and administered through Mellon Bank back in December of 2016.

Studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments will be available, and Toll Brothers staff is already providing tours to prospective residents.

With close proximity to the H Street Corridor and access to more than 55 restaurants, an expansive Harris Teeter grocery store and REI, expect a lot of interest in the Union Place rental community. And don’t forget the appeal of nearby Union Station Metro Station, home to the subway, commuter trains, buses and Amtrak service.

Nearby, a Toll Brothers Apartment Living affiliate also purchased the Sursum Corda mixed-income development, between L and M Streets, for $60M, and the neighboring 76 M property parcel for $3.5M, as reported by the Washington Business Journal. Sursum Corda will be home to more than 1,100 residential units and 41,000 square feet of retail space in five buildings, in a massive redevelopment of the co-op neighborhood.

Union Place Luxury Apartments, 200 K Street Northeast, Washington, D.C. 20002

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