Explore the neighborhood near Marbury Plaza in Washington, DC

Explore Southeast Washington

When you live at Marbury Plaza, you’re just minutes from everything you love about D.C. You can hop on the bus right outside your front door and head to Capitol Hill for cocktails, Nationals Park for a baseball game, or to one of the many neighborhood parks for a stroll and a breath of fresh air. Those wanting to live near the fabulous new MGM Grand Casino and National Harbor businesses will love our exciting location.

If you work downtown, take advantage of the bus stop out front and the Green Line Metro not far away. When you’re driving, you’re just minutes from I-295, I-395, and Pennsylvania Avenue for easy commuting. We are also close to many government and law enforcement offices, as well as Bolling Military Base and nearby MGM Grand Casino and National Harbor businesses.

Marbury Plaza

(202) 888-0946

2300 Good Hope Rd SE Washington, DC 20020


  • Safeway
  • Good Hope Marketplace
  • Harris Teeter
  • Eastern Market
  • The Flea at Eastern Market

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  • Capitol Hill Crab Cakes
  • Thai Orchid’s Kitchen
  • Turning Natural
  • Art-drenaline Café
  • Uniontown Bar & Grill
  • Bluejacket Brewery
  • Osteria Morini


  • MGM Grand Casino and National Harbor
  • Barry Farm Recreation and Aquatics Center
  • Nationals Park
  • Temple Hills Skate Palace
  • Fort Circle Park
  • Anacostia Arts Center
  • Smithsonian Museums
Discover all that Southeast Washington, DC, has to offer

Live Southeast

With a convenient location and easy access to Capitol Hill, Marbury Plaza is located in the heart of Southeast Washington, D.C. You’ll be a short bus or metro ride from D.C. landmarks like the Smithsonian Museums and Eastern Market. Don’t want to leave the neighborhood? Check out local favorites Capitol Hill Crab Cakes for the city’s best seafood sandwiches or venture to Uniontown Bar and Grill for Cajun cooking and signature cocktails. For a healthy smoothie or sandwich, try Turning Natural or Art-drenaline Café. And for live music or a night at the theater, head to the Anacostia Arts Center.