Union Place draws from the Washington D.C. neighborhoods that surround the property. From the sophisticated, contemporary aesthetic of NOMA, the iconic classicism of Union Station, and the gritty, industrial character of H Street, Union Place is the perfect marriage of these unique settings. The interior design not only exemplifies Toll Brothers’ unrelenting commitment to an elevated customer experience, it truly creates spaces that resonate with the residents and can be considered an extension of one’s home. Unforgettable gestures including a Tudor-inspired 15-foot fireplace flanked by a grand monumental stair, a 2-story rock climbing wall, and an interior version of an outdoor projection theater are balanced by personal moments such as private work niches, cozy banquettes, and a game room that boasts a 1980’s Pacman arcade game, popcorn machine and fully functional catering kitchen for resident gatherings.
Photography by Andrew Rugge, Courtesy Perkins Eastman