Celebrating small business with #BozzutoLocal in May

In honor of National Business Month, Bozzuto wants to celebrate small, local businesses. They want you to be part of it, and they are giving you a chance to win $1,000. Just follow Bozzuto on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Throughout May, show your support for local businesses by posting pictures and using the hashtag #BozzutoLocal. On May 31, a winner will be randomly chosen.
Do you need some ideas on what to post?
• Go to the Farmer’s Market @CityCenterDC from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Tuesdays.
• Work out in the Apartments at CityCenter CenterClub and take a picture.
• Use Capital Bike Share.
• Take a picture of your dog at the SkyBark.
• Show us how you decorate your apartment.
The options are limitless. We want to know what you love about the Apartments at CityCenter and the neighborhood around it.
Good luck!




Memorial Day in D.C.

Memorial Day weekend is a great time to live downtown. There is a lot going on and at the Apartments at CityCenter you are in the middle of it.

Here are some ideas for your Memorial Day weekend:

•  The National Memorial Day Parade happens Monday, May 25 starting at 2 p.m. It starts at Constitution Avenue and 7th Street, NW. It will proceed west down Constitution, past the White House, ending at 17th Street.

•  The night before the parade (at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 24) is a free Memorial Day concert on the west lawn of the Capitol. This year it is hosted by Tony Award-winner Joe Mantegna and Emmy Award-winner Gary Sinise.

•  Rolling Thunder brings about 900,000 motorcycle riders to the city with the rally happening on Sunday, May 24.

•  Start your weekend off with something different and go to the National Gallery of Art’s Jazz in the Garden in the Sculpture Garden. May 22 features jazz guitarist Tom Lagana from 5-8:30 p.m.




Who’s up for Rooftop Bocce?

Warm weather and fantastic views are both great reasons to head to the roof of The Apartments at CityCenter – and our free rooftop bocce court is a great way to enjoy yourself once you’re there!

Have you ever played bocce? Just imagine a game almost anyone can play that combines the best of skee-ball, bowling, and shuffleboard.

According to the U.S. Bocce Federation, “bocce is a competitive and precision sport aimed at rolling or throwing balls down a long, rectangular court with the goal of trying to rest your ball(s) closer to the target ball (pallino) than your opponent’s ball.”

You can find a set of bocce balls at most variety or sports stores, or online, for a minimal investment. Try a game next time you decide to grill up a meal and we’ll bet you’ll become hooked on this international pastime!


Roof grill area



You are where you live

Wonder what your day would look like if you called the Apartments at City Center home? We are about to show you the answer. Our new video shows what life can be like when experiencing all the benefits of living in the heart of Washington D.C.

The amenities of Apartments at City Center that are highlighted include:

º  Waking up and heading for the treadmill in the CenterClub or the pool.

º  Enjoying coffee and breakfast (don’t forget Starbucks coffee is available at the ConnectionsCafé.)

º  Giving the dog some room to run at the Skybark.

º  Leaving for a short commute to a productive day of work.

º World-class shopping at some of the many stores at CityCenterDC.

º Dining at the one of City Center’s gourmet restaurants.

º Walking a short distance home.

“You are where you live” is definitely the case at Apartments at CityCenterDC. Play, work and rest knowing you are using your time wisely. So we ask, do you see yourself in this video? We certainly hope so.




May’s PAW-PARAZZI is Not Your Standard Standard Poodle

Karbon, our newest member of our PAW-PARAZZI, is not your average city canine. In fact, Karbon sent in his own profile for The Apartments at CityCenter’s pet of the month club. From the pup’s mouth:

“Ruff ruff!  I’m the new standard poodle at City Center. I love it here – especially the great concierge service that stands ready to provide a treat or warm smile, and the sky bark with an elevator to the top just for me. I spent my first eight years in Loudoun County, which is a great place to grow up, but there’s nothing like the city. See you around the block. “

We’re happy to have you here, Karbon, as well as your “roommates” the Mayos!

Karbon - May 2015