The ONLY new DC waterfront condos
So with a building address of 88, our skillful design team created a unique urban oasis of 8 superbly designed floors with our premier waterfront home in the 8th position on the peninsula known as Buzzard Point.
The story continues from the spectacular rooftop terrace, where just as the Chinese character for the number 8 resembles two rivers merging, you will experience the tranquil water views at the convergence of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers.
Inside, a sense of perfect balance is achieved through fusing a spa-like serenity with a Zen feel that is both fresh and modern. Great care has been taken to provide architectural features, natural finishes and curated amenities that create harmony and certain ‘double happiness’ in this uncommonly serene city experience.
Sales open to the general public August 23, 2019
Delivery April 2020
Design & Amenities
Fresh, modern and zen - the three ingredients we use to create a serene city experience. Between our architectural features, natural finishes, and curated amenities, we’re certain you’ll achieve “double happiness”.
- On Site Building Manager and Remote Concierge Services
- Wi-Fi in the Lobby and Community Room
- 24 hour Security Camera Monitoring
- Luxor Package Room System
- Refrigerated Storage for Food Deliveries
- Dry Cleaning Service
- 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
- Bike Storage
- Dog Wash Area
- Car Wash Area
Buzzard Point in Southwest D.C. was a little-noted neighborhood until it was chosen as the site for Audi Field, the new DC United Major League Soccer stadium (the grand opening was July 14, 2018). As construction crews work to make developers’ plans a reality, take a walk through this fascinating part of the city before it is forever changed.
Buzzard Point was once a residential enclave bisected by the James Creek Canal and bordered on the south by the Anacostia River. Nearby touchstones to Southwest D.C.’s history (intact blocks of “Sanitary Housing,” the William Syphax School, James C. Dent house, Fort Leslie J. McNair) can be seen along with sites developed in modern times: the James Creek Housing, James Creek Marina, the magnificent 1933 PEPCO power plant, and the last remaining examples of Washington’s waterfront industry.
Walking along a little-used path hugging the Anacostia River leads to an Earth Conservation Corps education center. Participants will get a glimpse of the raptors housed there. The walk will conclude just beyond Nationals Park.
At Capital City, every project begins with realizing the potential of a property and its impact on the neighborhood.
Since 2006, we have successfully developed over 40 unique properties that have transformed the landscape, contributing to new, walkable urban communities.
We are innovative leaders who leverage our expertise in development, design, craftsmanship and marketing to create an immersive experience that enriches the lives of others.
At every step, from property acquisition to project completion, Capital City works with people who share our passion. We believe each project is about more than the building; it is about the combined effort of the team involved and the truly exceptional spaces we are able to create and our owners are proud to call home.