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Located at the epicenter of H Street, The Apollo brings you home to the most dynamic and exciting neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Built on the site of the legendary Apollo Theatre, the building effortlessly combines past and present. Here you’ll find the best in D.C. design, paired with a relaxed vibe and all the comforts of home. [ more › ]
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