The Archer Apartments is located in a prime location in the Embassy District, only minutes from Georgetown and Cathedral Commons, one of Wisconsin Avenue’s newest shopping and dining hot spots, minutes from Georgetown and seconds from the Washington National Cathedral.
There are a variety of distinctive floor plans to suit your lifestyle in our exceptionally maintained historic building.
The Archer Apartments offers a controlled access entry, gleaming refinished hardwood floors, two-tone paint, built-in bookcases, newly renovated kitchens and baths and expansive views of the city through the large, bright windows in each apartment.
Move-in now and pay no rent until May 1, 2020. Specials are for a limited time only and are subject to change. Minimum lease term to receive free rent is 13 months.
You Won’t Have To Leave Home To Live Where The Life Is
Each apartment comes pre-wired for high speed internet access and cable.
Gleaming refinished hardwood or parquet flooring.
Enjoy your own private view of our nation's capitol.*
Window coverings available.
An abundance of closet space.
Gas & Water are included.
In-unit washer & dryer to eliminate tedious laundry days.*
Soaring nine-foot ceilings and large kitchen islands.*
Espresso cabinetry with soft closing drawers and chrome hardware.*
* In Select Units
Complementary indoor secured bike storage.
Allows for secure package retrieval.
Featuring a beautiful, lush outdoor courtyard.
We aim to help reduce energy consumption and waste.
Furnished apartment homes available.
Featuring a video monitoring system which allows you to view guests arriving at the main entrance.
Featuring Smart Laundry Machines which display status of laundry and machine availability via web or smartphone.
Professional on-site maintenance offering 24-hour emergency services.
24-hour fitness center and resident lounge.
*Pet restrictions apply.
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We do not permit smoking on the premises.
Flexible lease terms ranging 3–18 months.
Secure resident portal & community app for electronic rent payments and maintenance requests.
A mix of historic elegance combined with modern finishes.
Community rewards program.
Cathedral Heights apartment residents enjoy beautiful surroundings to call their home
Not only is the National Cathedral’s beautiful architecture and landscaping a focal point of the neighborhood, but the surrounding area features large trees and more spread out buildings than many other DC neighborhoods.
It’s a conveniently located neighborhood giving its community seamless access to a number of nearby areas. Just a short trip to historic Georgetown shopping and dining, and nearby to Cleveland Park, Tenleytown, Glover Park, it gives residents a lot of options for where they work and spend their free time.
Getting around the city is easier than ever in Cathedral Heights, Archer residents can reach the Dupont Circle Metro station with just a short drive or bus ride. While it may not have the walkability of areas like Dupont Circle or Columbia Heights, many DC residents think it is a welcome trade-off for what the neighborhood offers pleasant aesthetics and the quiet character of the neighborhood are things that many urban dwellers long for. Without being pushed all the way out to the suburbs and dealing with excessive DC traffic, you can still have a charming and neighborly place to call home.
Cathedral Heights isn’t lacking for things to do however, Wisconsin Ave to the East serves the neighborhood as a hub for dining and social activity. You can hop a few blocks over to enjoy the delightful cuisine, cocktails, or a game of pool when the mood strikes.
Overall Cathedral Heights is a gem of a neighborhood that provides a perfect nesting place for those who want a little less of the city, without completely missing out on all the exciting things that DC has to offer. For more information about living in Cathedral Heights, check out the Neighborhood Guide. We’ve provided a closer look at the neighborhood and compiled a list of local resources.
Most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Many nearby public transportation options.
Some bike infrastructure.