Exceptional opportunity to own a commercial building in the heart of H Street. Located less than one block from Whole Foods, the building has three floors plus basement, ready for a full renovation. The first floor has 11' ceiling heights, perfect for a retail use, with office or residential space on the top two floors. The building is located in front of a trolley station for perfect access along H Street and Union Station, surrounded by newly completed mixed-use projects in one of WashingtonDC's fastest growing corridors.
506 H Street, NE
H Street - Renowned as a live - work - play destination. H Street has long been known for its vibrant nightlife, but with over 2000 residential units under construction, as well as office space, the street is quickly becoming a day/night destination. Anchored by Union Station at one end and the Atlas entertainment district at the other, the entire corridor is known for its diverse retail offerings and entertainment venues, serving affluent Capitol Hill and neighborhoods for many miles north and east. Having long since recovered from its downturn in the '70s, Washington DC's historic shopping district is again becoming a fashionably urban, and is home to independent retailers, bars and pubs, staples like the Queen Vic, H Street Country Club and Milk & Honey, as well as dance clubs and upscale restaurants. H Street is served by the trolley line that ends at Union Station.
506 H Street, NE
H Street Retail
3 levels of commercial space
Ground floor retail
City Grid Real Estate is a commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in retail real estate. Our expertise in marketing and communications ensures maximum exposure for commercial sales and leasing, with the experience and contacts of more than two decades of focus on the commercial property in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland.
City Grid Real Estate is a full service commercial real estate brokerage and property marketing firm, specializing in the sale and leasing of commercial real estate transactions in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.