Georgetown Park

Washington, DC
38.90428
-77.06289
  • Project Use Mixed-Use: Retail, Residential & Office
  • Project Size 450,000 square feet
  • Year Completed Phase I – 1981
    Phase II – 1987

Project Information

Project Use
Mixed-Use: Retail, Residential & Office
Project Size
450,000 square feet
Project Location
Georgetown, M Street, Washington DC
Year Completed
Phase I – 1981
Phase II – 1987
Project Cost
$200 million
Role
Owner
Developer
Leasing
Management

Project Description

Georgetown Park is an award-winning two-phased retail, residential, and office project located on a 2.36-acre tract of land at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, N.W., in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. The project consists of two buildings that straddle the C&O Canal National Park and are connected by landscaped pedestrian walkways and trestle bridges, creating an integrated shopping and residential complex.

Phase I consists of a renovated nineteenth-century tobacco warehouse containing 34,000 square feet of office/retail space and 35 luxury condominiums, and new construction containing 596,000 square feet of retail, 98 residential condominiums, office space, and parking. Phase II consists of an additional square feet of retail and parking space. It is the City’s largest enclosed shopping complex.