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Beautifully modern apartments in Washington, DC's Southwest waterfront

Tranquil

Common threads woven together to create the fabric of the city and deliver a peaceful corner of the city in which to live. Southwest DC isn’t your typical urban neighborhood. It’s steps to the waterfront, studded with historically significant, mid-century modern architecture and has a singular neighborhood feel; yet it’s located right next to everything the city has to offer.

  • Tree-lined streets throughout the neighborhood
  • Restaurants and retail just downstairs, including pharmacy and grocery
  • Less than one block to the Waterfront Metro station
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Centered

On every side of the neighborhood there’s something new to explore, from the extremely close National Mall, including the myriad of Smithsonian Museums, to the burgeoning scene at the Navy Yard to the exciting new collection of retail and restaurants coming to District Wharf.

  • Central location is just minutes to anywhere in DC
  • Easy access to major highways, including I-295, I-395 and I-695
  • Easy access to Reagan National Airport, Pentagon City and all of Northern Virginia
  • Employment opportunities at the SW Federal Center, just a short walk away
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Thriving

The Navy Yard area, highlighted by The Yards, is just one stop away on the Metro and is filled to the brim with interesting spots. From the independent brewpub Bluejacket to the authentic Italian experience of Osteria Morini, there is no shortage of delectable options when you want a meal or a drink with friends. Combine that with the outdoor splendor of Yards Park and the excitement of the game at Nationals Park and you have a great place to experience DC, just blocks from your door.

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Emerging

Southwest DC will always be one of the most peaceful neighborhoods in DC, but with the addition of District Wharf, it now will also be a center of dining and entertainment. With the perfect blend of dramatic piers, scenic marinas, waterfront walkways, fabulous music venues, restaurants, galleries and boutiques, Southwest DC will be an even more desirable place to live.

  • Blocks from District Wharf, with dozens of new restaurants, shops and entertainment
  • One stop from L’Enfant Plaza Metro station
  • Close to the National Mall, The Kennedy Center, Arena Stage and Smithsonian museums
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