Condos are at the crossroads of some of D.C.’s most popular neighborhoods

When Christopher Hanson and his fiance, John Stabile, started looking for their first home to buy, location was a top priority. The couple, renting an apartment in the Northwest Washington neighborhood of Shaw, “both walk to work and wanted to be able to continue to walk after we moved,” says Stabile. “We looked at two-bedroom resales and new construction in the Logan Circle and Shaw neighborhoods before we found 11Park.” 11Park, 1628 11th St. NW, matches another of their priorities: They wanted to be in a boutique building where they could get to know their neighbors, rather than a large, impersonal building.  Read More >


Pullman Place sits above train tracks behind Union Station and offers downtown views

When your building is adjacent to train tracks, a railroad-inspired theme is a natural fit. “We named our new condo development Pullman Place after the Pullman railroad cars, which were the Mercedes-Benz of rail cars,” says George Chopivsky, managing principal of the Fortis Companies, developer of Pullman Place. The lobby of the 42-unit Pullman Place at 911 2nd St. NE in Washington features a wall of reclaimed wood that is echoed with strips of reclaimed wood next to each unit that resemble railroad ties. Chopivsky plans to install black-and-white photos of some of the Pullman cars in the lobby when it’s complete. Read More >


NoMa Is On The Verge Of A Big Condo Boom

NoMa has no shortage of rental units in the pipeline. As the neighborhood becomes more established, and more Millennials look to buy homes, developers are bullish on building condos. FORTIS is about a month from delivering its 42-unit Pullman Place condo building at 911 Second St. NE, and it has already sold 50% of the units, president George Chopivsky said.  Read More >


Northridge Capital and Fortis Companies Partner on Two Condominium Developments in Washington

Northridge Capital announce its partnership with local developer The FORTIS Companies on two, boutique condominium buildings that are being developed in Washington D.C.'s vibrant core. Together, Northridge Capital and FORTIS will deliver 74 brand new, luxury condominiums.  Read More >


Northridge Capital And The Fortis Companies Close Financing And Begin Construction On Pullman Place

Northridge Capital, LLC, an independent real estate asset management firm based in Washington, DC, announced that a joint venture with Washington, DC based, The Fortis Companies, closed on debt and equity financing for Pullman Place, a 42-unit luxury condominium project in the NoMa/H Street submarket of Washington, D.C.  Read More >

District Source

NoMa’s Pullman Place is Construction-Ready, Delivers Fall 2016

Pullman Place, a new 42-unit condo project at 911 2nd St. NE, will begin construction shortly and should deliver by fall 2016.  Northridge Capital and The Fortis Companies recently closed on debt and equity financing for the project and plan to begin construction “immediately” according to a press release.  Read More >

The Washington Post

Pioneering pays off in condominiums near Petworth

When George Chopivsky, president of the Fortis Companies, looked at the buildings that would eventually become the Otis condominiums, his vision went beyond the damaged rooms that had been vacant for more than a decade.  Read More >

Elevation DC

Office building to become 33 new residential units at 1628 11th St., NW

The Fortis Companies has acquired the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees (NAPFE) main office building at 1628 11th Street, NW and is planning to convert it into a mix of about 33 new residences. CBRE Investment Properties arranged the $5.5 million sale to the Fortis Companies, a D.C.-based real estate investment and development company.  Read More >

Urban Turf

ANC Supports Conversion of 11th Street Office Building to 33 Residences

The Fortis Companies presented plans on Wednesday night to the ANC 2F development committee to convert the headquarters of the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Workers in Logan Circle into a 33-unit residential project.  Read More >

Urban Turf

42-Unit Residential Project Planned Near Union Station

The Fortis Companies presented plans on Wednesday night for a new 42-unit residential development near the intersection of 2nd and Parker Street NE.  Read More >

Elevation DC

Construction to begin this spring on 42 residences near Union Station

A Washington, D.C., developer will start construction this spring on a 42-unit residential property on 2nd Street near Union Station.
Expected to be ready by summer 2015, the one-bedroom, two-bedroom and duplexes will feature a contemporary warehouse design, says Fortis Companies President George Chopivsky III. The average size will be 800 square feet.  Read More >