Georgetown Hillside Project Overview

Georgetown Hillside at 3601-3607 M Street is a planned 21 unit luxury condominium project replacing the Key Bridge Exxon Station in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC.

Georgetown Hillside Condos Georgetown


Originated with Eastbanc, sold to Altus Realty Partners and DYNC Atlantic Property and Investment, a joint venture


Handel Architects LLP NY & Eduardo Souta de Moura




Under construction/toxic remediation






3601-3607 M Street NW Washington, DC 20007


The Georgetown Hillside condominium site is located near the ‘gateway to Georgetown’ between 37th and 35th Streets, near the steps commonly referred to as the “Exorcist Steps” in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC.

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Project Details

Georgetown Hillside plans call for a 21 unit, five-story luxury condominium building offering two 1 bedroom units of approximately 1175 square feet, six 2 bedroom units of approx. 2300 square feet to 3,000 square feet and thirteen 3 bedroom units sized from approx. 1,880 square feet to 4,380 square feet. All include at least two bathrooms. Planned features include private outdoor space, bonus dens and direct elevator access per plan. An allotment of 47 parking spaces with be available per plan, including some tandem spaces. Developers plan amenities such as a roof deck with pool, sun and lounging areas, yoga and fitness center and a wine cellar.

Community Engagement

Old Georgetown Board, ANC 2E documentation and representative local print coverage for the 3601-3607 M 'Georgetown Hillside' condominium project.

According to the terms of The Old Georgetown Act, developers must gain approval from the ANC and board prior to beginning the zoning and permitting processes. Altus -DYNC received approval on the design changes submitted in spring of 2017. Previous plans for the site included a 37 unit, 5 story boutique apartment with retail, offices and hotel, which was rejected by ANC 2E and the Old Georgetown Board and fought by neighbors whose views of the Potomac would have been spoiled by the height and design. Many neighbors still fear destabilization of the hill, which consists primarily of fill, due to excavation vibrations.

Curbed Article Jun 9, 2017

Georgetown Dish Article June 8, 2017

Agenda item: Revised concept; April 2014

Floor Plans

Floor plans for 3601-3607 M Street 'Georgetown Hillside Condominium' are not yet available. Contact us for updates. Development and MRIS information on this site is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Square footage and other details are as represented by sellers, their representatives and/or developers.

Georgetown Hillside Design Details

Interior design details for 3601-3607 M Street 'Georgetown Hillside Condominium' are not yet available.

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