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Block-Long Mid-Rise Becomes Community Gathering Spot

The Apollo's three-story lounge and lobby is open to the public until 10:00 PM each evening.

2018 MFE Awards, Mixed-Use, Grand: The Apollo In the process of creating The Apollo, which covers an entire city block in Washington, D.C.’s, H Street corridor, Insight Property Group held over 90 public meetings with the area’s advisory neighborhood commissions to ensure that the upcoming development would address local needs and wants. What grew from…

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Two new developments are coming to Capitol Hill’s Buchanan Park

The developers of new townhouses at Buchanan Park and condos in the former Buchanan School clearly like the neighborhood. While those two projects are nearly sold out, Ditto Residential, the developer of the Buchanan School condos, and Insight Property Group, the developer of the townhouses along with Federal Capital Partners, are starting new residential development…

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Insight Property Group’s The Apollo Honors History and Culture of DC

Washington, DC — Insight Property Group, developer of the recently completed The Apollo mixed-use project on H Street, NE, today announced it has transformed a commercial space in the building into a local community artist studio. Insight also named DC-based painter Preston Sampson as its initial anchor tenant artist. In addition to utilizing the space…

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INSIGHT PROPERTY GROUP RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS DELTA ASSOCIATES AWARD FOR BEST WASHINGTON MID-RISE APARTMENT COMMUNITY

Arlington, VA, – Insight Property Group (Insight) announced that its Apollo project has received the 2017 Delta Associates/Transwestern award for the Best Washington Mid-Rise Apartment Community.  The award is given annually to those developers and projects that achieve excellence within the multifamily industry. According to Insight President Michael Blum the competition for this award was very…

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New D.C. Apartment Buildings Feel Like Posh Hotels That Anticipate Every Need

D.C. may have reached amenity nirvana. One side effect of what seems to be a permanent building boom in D.C. is the steady drip, drip, drip of real-estate marketing into the collective consciousness. Phrases like “unparalleled lifestyle options” and “high-end finishes” once seemed strange. But now we’ve all seen so many developer ads that we’ve…

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H Street NE is getting a bookstore

A 4,300-square-foot bookstore is coming to the H Street NE corridor courtesy of two longtime Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe employees. According to The Washington Post, Solid State Books will open this fall in The Apollo development, which is already home to H Street’s Whole Foods Market. Jake Cumsky-Whitlock, the former head buyer at Kramerbooks, and…

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Buchanan Park brings 32 new townhouses (some with elevators) to Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill’s Federal-style row-houses are highly prized, particularly among people who also work on the Hill or in nearby offices, but they also typically require extensive renovation to match the lifestyle of modern families. New townhouses are a rarity in this part of town, so the conversion of the 2.13-acre site surrounding the former Buchanan…

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A Look Inside the Best New Apartments In and Outside of DC

This comes from Washingtonian’s annual Best of Washington list. In DC: The Apollo It’s rare that a rental building is as meticulously designed as this, so it’s hard to know where to look first. Maybe at the glimmering, emerald-green-tiled elevator bank? The Deco-inspired mosaic floor? Or the golden, lightsaber-esque chandelier? The 431 apartments in the…

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