1.The Eclectic Epicenter Union Place is the confluence of many thriving and popular district neighborhoods. With the dense daytime population of NoMa, the hip and bustling beat of Union Market, and the artsy and cultural aura of the H Street Corridor, Union Place taps into every identity strolling the streets.
Featuring up to 10,000 square feet of divisible retail and 6,417 square feet of dedicated daycare space, Union Place offers flexibility to future retailers without asking them to compromise on amenities. The restaurant opportunity is fully vented with an outdoor café option while the daycare space a sizable outdoor play area for kids to roam and grow (in downtown D.C. no less, where outdoor anything is so hard to come by).
3. It’s Only Up from Here Over 8 million square feet of office surrounds Union Place in NoMa with an additional 14.8 million square feet planned. With a 525-unit apartment community directly above the ground floor retail and 14,000 cars passing daily on L Street, there are plenty of potential patrons for Union Place to attract.