Located in SW DC just south of the National Mall, 15 minutes by foot from the House Office Buildings and Capitol Hill, and 5 minutes from the new Wharf Development, new Safeway, and Arena Stage. Located close to 3 metro stations (Waterfront, L’Enfant Plaza, and Federal Center SW. The building is a short distance to Chinatown, Penn Quarter and Union Station as well as Nationals Stadium.
Pets allowed with $750 deposit per pet (2 max and no dogs over 30lbs)
This one-bedroom unit in Potomac Place Tower has brand new floors and paint throughout and an updated kitchen with brand new appliances. Has a walk-through closet. Large windows with blinds. Utilities, water, natural gas and electricity, are all included in the rent.
Potomac Place Tower features an outdoor (seasonal) pool, 24-hour front desk, 24-hour 3 room fitness center, a building engineer (available for repairs and emergencies) business center (with computers and a printer), basement laundry room, wi-fi in the communal areas, bicycle storage, party room (available for rent) and vending room.
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Dogs and Cats Allowed
Nearby Transit & Points of Interest
Time and Distance from 800 4th St SW Washington, DC 20024
Washington, DC's historic Waterfront neighborhood is both dynamic and diverse. Historic row houses sit in the shadow of mid-century government buildings, luxury condos, and high-rise office buildings. The largest houseboat community on the Eastern seaboard adds a touch of the quirky to this already unique area. Waterfront is off the typical tourist's path, providing a community feel not often found in the nation's capital.
Waterfront extends along the Anacostia River and dates back to the 1700s, when it was part of Piere L'Enfant's original city plans. Some of Waterfront's oldest buildings include Wheat Row, a series of row houses built around 1794. For fantastic views of the city, head to Hains Point, a peninsula located between the Washington Chanel and the Potomac River.