At The Apollo, the neighborhood's rich cultural past melds with its diverse, ever-changing present. Built on the site of the historic Apollo Theatre, once Washington's largest theater, the brand new apartments at The Apollo bring their own quirky brand of culture to H Street. Here, like minds meet, havens become homes, and social networks become inner circles. At the Apollo, finding your niche has never been so easy.
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Fantastic building with first-class amenities. I particularly value the rooftop dog run and the fact that the airy gym has not one but TWO rowing machines. Expansive rooftop with views of the city, including the Capitol, Washington Monument, National Arboretum, and the Basilica of the largest Catholic church in North America. Steps from everything the H Street Corridor / Atlas District has to offer. At least four grocery stores--including the Whole Foods in the building and a Trader Joe's in the Union Market district--within a 15-minute walk. For you independent business supporters, most of the Apollo's ground-floor retail tenants currently are (very highly-rated) indies, including a coffee/cocktail bar, a vegan restaurant, and a bookstore. And the country's first sign language Starbucks recently opened across the street!
My husband and I have loved our experience at The Apollo so far. We moved from another building on H St and feel like we're getting a much better value and quality of life at The Apollo. The common spaces and amenities set this building apart. Staff and service is wonderful, and we feel really at home here. If I'm going to be paying DC-level rents, I'm glad to be doing it at a place like The Apollo.
The Apollo is a great, regal complex that encompasses a whole block and sits directly in the heart of H Street Corridor. There are many impressive and fantastic complexes being constructed and added to DC, but the Apollo does stand out. To be honest, I don't have much intimate knowledge of the waves of big, new places being added to the skyline, but I am amazed and very happy with the Apollo, its amenities and its incredible, friendly & professional staff. Thank you for letting me be a part of your community.
One of the worst apartments in the whole DC area.
Uncomfortable and very small rooms, sometimes it stinks and you do not know where it is coming from.
The room which I was staying had a problem with its pipeline system I think, because every time if I leave the house in the morning and come back in the afternoon, after long tiring job wanted to take a hot shower but it was impossible because of the smell.
I had to open a water for an hour or so, and flesh dozens of times in order the smell to go away.
After I reported the case and wanted to change my apartment, they ask me to wait till any other apartment becomes available and the nearest was in 3 month time.
I lived there for a few months and it seemed an eternity.
Be aware of the fraud and never consider to rent an apartment in here !!!
Me and my wife applied for a room where we submitted every single documents they needed along with a security deposit which we have never got back after the payment.
The management is super slow, rude and unprofessional. Every time you ask them for something, they get back to you days later and always with negative feedback and they never give you proper explanation why or for what.
As I mentioned, we paid security deposit and applied for the room, we were pretty confident that we are getting one, as we have very good history, but unfortunately we were rejected and instead were asked another dozens of papers to submit.
They have never told us about all those papers and procedure before collecting the deposit though.
I gave up and asked them to return our security deposits so we could look for other options but I was told, either I will bring all supportive documents else the deposit is nonrefundable.
I have never returned to that place again and I would never go.
And Yes, I did not get my deposit too!!!
Stay away from these people and apartment.