Residential Properties

Below you will find an introduction to our residential community. From garden communities to high-rise glass towers, nationally-known architecture to diminutive dwellings, luxury residences to moderate income as well as public housing, Washington’s south waterfront supports a remarkably rich variety of lifestyles. We welcome you to learn more about our community. This page provides basic background and contact information (and website, if available) on residences. Most multifamily and town home communities are self-managed. For other properties the management company’s name and phone number are provided.

Condominiums | Cooperatives

The Banks

900 7th St SW, Washington, DC 20024

The Banks is located across from the Wharf & a short walk to the National Mall

Capitol Park

Capitol Park, with the exception of Potomac Place (formerly Capitol Park) Apartments which was designed by Satterlee and Smith, the remainder of the complex was designed by noted Washington architect Clothethiel Smith & Associates. Developed as the first racially integrated project in a southern city, the complex includes five high-rise towers and 399 row houses. Towers feature brick or terra cotta latticework to emphasize their “domestic” feel. Tower units have individual balconies featuring detailed tile screens. Renowned landscape architect Daniel Kiley created a landscape that was an integral element of the park-like housing complex. Tower lobby entrances and townhouse corridors were carefully designed to unite the interior and exterior. The complex won multiple awards. Then Washington Post architectural critic Wolf von Eckhardt wrote that the townhouse design was “so pleasing it becomes positively exciting, they manage to combine an appeal to familiar associations of prettiness with our intellectual demands on honest modern architecture.”

Capitol Park II Condominium

The 81 town home community is arranged around a series of private/public courtyards that help create a sense of community and provide a green oasis in the middle of the city
Located on the west side of 3rd Street between G and I Streets, SW
Business Office:
Shea Management

Capitol Park IV Condominium
CPIV Management
741 Delaware Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20024


The sister complex to Tiber Island, what began as Carrollsburg Square consisted of townhouses that were the first condominiums to be sold in Washington, DC following the December 1962 legalization of condominiums. Having also won the second design competition in Southwest, architects Keyes, Lethbridge & Condon designed this complex on the opposite side of Fourth Street. This visually and materially similar complex occupied the formerly occupied site of dwellings of M Place (Van Street). The landscape architect, developers, and construction company were all the same as at Tiber Island. The complex included 387 apartments in three high-rise buildings, along with 140 townhouses. Carrollsburg Square was designed to help knit this community together. In the most significant departure from the Tiber Island design, Carrollsburg featured a more park-like courtyard above the central parking garage. Years later, units ceded from Carrollsburg Square to create Carrollsburg A Condominium.

Carrollsburg A Condominium

Located extending from 4th to 3rd Streets as well as M to N Streets, SW
1250 – 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Carrollsburg Square Condominium Townhouse

Located along M, N and 4th Streets as well as Delaware Avenue, SW
The New Washington Land Company

Edgewater Condominium Apartments

Edgewater and its sister associate Riverside are part of a development originally known as Chalk House West. Famed architect Morris Lapidus designed the complex in association with interior designers Haile and Liebman. The complex contains 324 dwelling units split between 280 elevator apartments in two high-rise buildings (now Riverside Condominium), 32 garden apartments (now Edgewater Condominium Apartments), and 12 townhouses. The former Chalk House complex is an eclectic blend of architectural features. The abundance of natural features were carefully planned to offer the privacy of a waterfront home with the conveniences of an apartment in the city. Parking is located underground.
410 O Street, SW and 1401-1415 – 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Harbour Square Cooperatives

This complex, considered by some architectural historians to be the most important of the Southwest urban renewal residences because of its innovative design consists of 448 apartments and 17 townhouses. Architect Clotheiel Woodard Smith arranged eight adjoined buildings of varying design around three quadrangles. Perhaps the most distinguished element is a one-acre reflecting pool, which covers a 500-space underground parking garage. Because of the remarkable variety of sizes of units—some of which have private roof gardens—the complex has housed residents with diverse backgrounds, including dozens of senators, congressman, judges, and generals. The complex also noted for its incorporation of a group of historic townhouses now on the National Register.
Location bound by N, O, 4th and 6th Streets
500 N Street SW
Washington, DC 20024

Potomac Place

As first mid-century urban renewal structure in Washington, new technical, legal and economic issues were first demonstrated at Potomac Place. In particular, it’s noted as being the first building to have a full glass first floor lobby, which led to an exception to the city’s height regulations. President Eisenhower took a particular interest in the building, showing it to then Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev as an example of the latest in urban living.
800 – 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

The Residences at Potomac Place

The Residences at Potomac Place is the first new multifamily housing project to be completed in southwest Washington, DC in decades. The complex features two new 151 unit towers, a swimming pool three fitness centers. Units range from studio to 2 bedrooms. The design by WDG Architecture won 2004’s Best New Washington Area Condo Infill Project.
Located in the middle of square bounded by 4th, 3rd, G & Eye Streets
350 G Street, SW & 355 Eye Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

River Park Mutual Homes, Apartments & Townhomes

One of the most striking residential designs in the United States, this 11.5-acre complex features a 384-unit high-rise tower surrounded by 134 townhouses with arched barrel roofs. Architect Charles M. Goodman designed the townhouses around courts of varying sizes and to maximize privacy. In an enterprising effort to showcase the use of aluminum in residences, Goodman worked with the Reynolds Aluminum Company to appoint River Park’s units with aluminum features designed to be both decorative and functional.
Location bound by N, O, & 4th Streets and Delaware Avenue
1301 Delaware Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Riverside Condominium

Riverside and its sister associate Edgewater are part of a development originally known as Chalk House West. Famed architect Morris Lapidus designed the complex in association with interior designers Haile and Liebman. The complex contains 324 dwelling units split between 280 elevator apartments in two high-rise buildings (now Riverside Condominium), 32 garden apartments (now Edgewater Condominium Apartments), and 12 townhouses. The former Chalk House complex is an eclectic blend of architectural features. The abundance of natural features were carefully planned to offer the privacy of a waterfront home with the conveniences of an apartment in the city. Parking is located underground.
1425 – 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

St. James Mutual Homes Cooperative 

Built in the 1930s and rehabilitated during urban renewal, this 107-unit complex is for moderate-income residents. Designed by Albert I. Cassell, a prominent African-American architect, planner, and educator, its eight dark red brick buildings are surrounded by landscaped courtyards.
Location bound by O, P, Second and Third Streets.
210 O Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Syphax Village 

Offering housing for 29 low-income and 12 moderate-income families, this development is anchored by the historic William Syphax School. Syphax Village includes both newly-constructed townhouses and loft-style units in the renovated school building. Built in a Colonial Revival style by noted Washington architects Marsh & Peter, the 1909-1910 school building is one of a few that survived urban renewal and now a national historic landmark.
1322-1360 Half Street, S.W.
Washington, DC 20024

Tel-Court Cooperative 

Tel-Court is a 56-unit complex of one and two bedroom apartments.
34 O Street, SW

Tiber Island 

Built in 1966, designed by the noted Washington firm, Keyes Lethbridge, and Condon, Tiber Island consists of 4 high-rise towers and 21 townhouses built around a large central plaza with a large fountain. The plaza encloses an underground parking garage. Altogether there are 389 living units. Primary structures on the property also include the historic Thomas Law House, an attached two-story club house, and a swimming pool. The towers feature a variety of floor plans from studios to three bedroom units and fitness centers. Townhouses feature intimate walled patios and balconies. The property is now governed by two entities, a cooperative that comprises the towers and the inner ring of townhomes and a condominium association governing the outer townhome ring.
Location bound by M, N, 4th & 6th Streets

Tiber Island Cooperative Homes

429 N Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Tiber Island Condominium

Delbe Real Estate Management
(202) 237-0187

Town Square Towers Condominium

An 8-story, 2-blocks long condominium building designed by Cohen-Haft Associates. This tower features polygonal honeycomb balconies, a pattern that is transformed into arches on the roofline, creating cathedral ceilings in some units. Most parking is contained in an underground structure.

700 7th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Waterfront Tower

Waterfront Tower is a residential condominium located less than one block from the Waterfront Metro station and Safeway. A short walk to the National Mall, Nationals Park, Arena Stage and new development at The Wharf, Waterfront Tower has a gym, on-site laundry, indoor common areas and outdoor green space.

Originally part of the Town Center Plaza complex, the building, one of four, was designed in 1962 during the period of SW urban renewal. The property is an early work of the legendary architect I.M. Pei and is a prime example of modernist architecture stressing International Style principles of light, air, and space. Waterfront Tower looks forward to Pei’s other DC designs, including L’Enfant Plaza and one of his most acclaimed masterworks: the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art. The Southwest quadrant is the last place in the District to see side-by-side examples of mid-century modern architecture, many of them designated city historic landmarks.
Location spans M Street between Wesley Place & 3rd Street
1101 – 3rd Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

District of Columbia Housing Authority

Greenleaf Gardens

With a combination of mid-rise, townhouse, and walk-up units Greenleaf Gardens focuses on families. The 278-unit complex offers 1 to 5 bedroom apartments. Amenities include a ball field, basketball court and recreation center. Recently refurbished, most of this complex was completed in 1958.
203 N Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Greenleaf Senior 

Originally part of Greenleaf Gardens, Greenleaf Senior is an eight-story age-restricted high-rise with 215 one- and two-bedroom units. Surrounded by landscaped grounds, all apartments in the complex feature balconies.
1200 Delaware Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20024

James Creek Dwelling

Constructed in 1942, James Creek is a townhouse-style development that offers units ranging from one- to six-bedrooms. The 239-unit complex designed by the prominent black architect, Albert I. Cassell has been known as one of Washington’s finest public housing complexes.
1265 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Syphax Gardens

Constructed in 1960, Syphax Gardens is a garden-style apartment complex consisting of 174 two- and three-bedroom units with an on-site social services center.
1501 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Rental Apartments & Townhomes

1001 @Waterfront

Picture living in a newly renovated apartment community located in the heart of southwest’s vibrant live-where-you-work neighborhood. Whether you’ve just strolled half a block from the Metro station, pulled into your reserved parking space, or parked the on-site Zipcar, a plush new lobby welcomes you as you enter 1001 @ WATERFRONT. You smile as you walk into your spacious remodeled apartment, complete with large windows that reveal breathtaking views of DC; enormous closets; and new kitchens.

Formerly part of Town Center Towers, this property is one of a quartet of high-rise towers bracketing Waterfront Station designed by legendary architect I.M. Pei. The towers, which won an FHA award, are dominated by near floor to ceiling glass panels with a lattice of exposed concrete. Although Pei was particularly interested in the texture and composition of the concrete lattice, the buildings are striking for their use of floor-to-ceiling glass skin. 1001 at Waterfront was recently re-designed using sustainable building practices and “green” materials in order to create a healthier living space for occupants, have a smaller impact on the environment, and deliver a system that reduces ongoing operating costs while extending the life cycle of the equipment. The complex offers a mix of floor plans ranging from studio to 2 bedrooms, a fitness center, bike storage and grilling facilities.
Location spans K Street between Wesley Place & 3rd Street
1001 – 3rd Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Capitol Park Plaza Apartments 

Part of the original Capitol Park Complex, this apartment community has 936 units split among three towers, and on-site fitness center and pool. The apartments are designed for the maximum amount of light and most have balconies. Choose from a Studio, One or Two Bedroom configuration. Every apartment comes with a generous amount of closet space, new kitchen cabinets, insulated windows, and wooden parquet floors.
Location spans Eye Street between 3rd Street and Delaware Avenue and the G Street terminus at Delaware Avenue extended
201 I Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Capitol Park Towers 

This three-tower property offers units in six floor plans ranging from studio to three bedrooms. Capitol Park Towers is within walking distance of three Metro stations, offers a swimming pool and covered parking
Location bound by the three towers spanning the north side of G Street between 4th Street and Delaware Avenue extended.
301 G Street, SW

Channel Square 

This complex features a 203-units high-rise and 75 garden apartments and townhouses. Designed by Harry Weese, noted for his Washington Metrorail system design, Channel Square is most distinguished by its unique semicircular arched openings on the brick townhouses. The development was one of the first moderate-income complexes in Washington. Channel Square continues to accommodate working class families, by offering one, two, three and four bedroom units and playground area.
Location bound by 4th, 3rd, O & P Streets
325 P Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

The Commons at Town Square 

This garden apartment complex were designed by the Macomber and Peter architecture firm. For more information, refer to descriptions on its sister Town Square condominium and townhouse complexes which were originally designed and managed as one entity.
Location bound by 6th Street between H and G Streets, SW
907 – 6th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Rental Office: 202-488-7853

The View at Waterfront

This community isn’t called “The View” for nothing! The View at Waterfront is a top of the line luxury apartment community in Washington DC that offers you spectacular views of the Potomac River, and the DC skyline. When you’re not gazing out onto the horizon, you can enjoy one of the largest outdoor pools in the city, or relax at the bark park with your furbaby. If you’re more of the grill’n’chill type, we have outdoor grills and fire pits for you to take advantage of. Oh, and did we mention that this building was designed by the master of modern architecture, I.M. Pei?
Location spans 6th Street between K & M Streets
1000 – 1100 6th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Waterside Towers

Located in the Southwest quadrant of DC, Waterside Towers is within close proximity to a majority of the national monuments, Capitol Hill, and The Wharf, where you can enjoy waterfront dining, shopping, and leisure. At home, you can relax and take in the sun on your patio or balcony or by the pool,or venture out and enjoy nearby waterfront stores and restaurants. Choose from a variety of floor plans, including one, two, three, and four-bedroom apartment homes to fit your lifestyle. Explore available apartments at Waterside Towers – now featuring the Smart Home package!

Townhouses in SW – Fee Simple

Townhouse Management

These Federal-style townhouses designed by noted restoration architects, Macomber and Peter are among the few non-modernist residences in Southwest. The residences line main streets and also border individual interior gardens. Units alternate between first or second floor entrances, and on- or off-street parking. For more information on the buildings, refer to Town Square development. This community of townhouses is governed by four individual homeowner associations.

Townhouse Management One, Inc. 

H to I Streets, SW
610 H Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Townhouse Management Two, Inc.Location: runs from 6th to 7th Streets;
H to G Streets, SW

Townhouse Management Three, Inc.

Location: runs from 6th to 6-1/2 Streets;
H to G Streets, SW

Townhouse Management Four, Inc. 

Location: runs from 4th to 7th Streets;
G Street to I-395 overpass, SW