From the Washington Post's Capital Business Section:
the company is close to getting underway at another smaller site in the District, near the city's burgeoning restaurant and entertainment hub on H Street NE. Cox said the company had acquired 318 I Street NE, a site that Broadway Development had planned for condominiums before being foreclosed upon in 2009. AvalonBay plans 140 apartments, which will have easy access to H Street, NoMa and Union Station.
"We're targeting people that want the H Street corridor as an amenity," Cox said.