Barney Circle Development
New Condos in Barney Circle DC


Barney Circle development saw a big bump with redevelopment of Hill East over the past decade. Home buyers have favored the neighborhood for rehabs and small infill projects, but as new condos and apartments flood the Hill East Market, Barney Circle is getting a second look from developers. Barney Circle was designed as a square but became a traffic circle in 1903. It’s boundaries are often in dispute, though commonly held to be Pennsylvania Avenue , Potomac Avenue , 15th Street SE, and 17th Street SE. Many Lincoln Park and Hill East residents consider their homes to be in Barney Circle. The neighborhood began with WWI housing. Most existing homes are two-story, brick rowhouses that defied the ‘narrow and deep’ model in Capitol Hill, opting instead for wide, shallow structures that allowed a maximum of natural light to fill the home. These “daylight rowhouses,” appeal to modern buyers. Most are set back from the street at a uniform distance, offering a small front yard, open-air porch and mansard roofs with dormers that allow third-floor livable space. In 2013, DDOT announced plans to reconfigure Barney Circle for improved access to neighborhood streets and the addition of pedestrian and bike connectivity to the Anacostia River waterfront. In 2014, the plan evolved to an intermodal transportation hub. As of 2017, the plan has not received a green light for construction start.
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