North Capitol at Plymouth
5233 N. Capitol St.
Washington, DC 20011
North Capitol at Plymouth
Co-sponsor: Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ
North Capitol at Plymouth is an affordable housing community for older adults. Our community is conveniently located across the street from co-sponsor Plymouth Congregational UCC and is also close to shopping, medical facilities, and public transportation.
Some units have special features for mobility and sensory impaired persons. Many necessary, supportive services for the community are provided by Plymouth Congregational UCC and the surrounding community.
Our residents are active participants in RHF’s Project H.A.N.D.S.
A Social Service Coordinator is available for residents’ personal needs.
For an application for this community, click here.
North Capitol at Plymouth is a smoke-free community.
One Bedroom Apartments Include:
- Safety Rails in Bathroom
- Full Kitchen
- Smoke Detectors
- Heating & Air Conditioning
- Window Treatments
Building Amenities Include:
- On-Site Laundry Room
- Individual Indoor Mailboxes
- Controlled entry Access System
- Trash Chutes on Each Floor
- Community Room with Kitchen
- Exercise Room
- Computer Room
- Arts & Crafts Room
- On-Site Management and Maintenance Staff
- Service Coordinator
- Convenient Public Transportation
We hope this section helps answer a few of the questions you may have. If you would like more information, please call North Capital at Plymouth 202-541-1222. We look forward to hearing from you!
Do you have any vacancies?
None are available at this time. However, our waiting list is still open for applications, right now there is a 2 – 4 year wait for move-in. We currently do not have any vacancy for emergency housing.
How large is the apartment and do you have a separate living room?
This is an all one-bedroom community. We have 545 square foot units with a combined dining and living area.
Do you have a balcony?
How much closet space do you have?
Linen closet, bathroom closet, sliding door bedroom closet.
Do you have parking?
We have 12 spaces on the east side of the building. It is first-come, first-serve. You can find additional on-street parking for Wards 4 and 5.
How long is the waiting list?
Enough room for your application and is prioritized on a first-come, first-served basis. It is updated every six months to maintain an active listing. There is currently a 2 – 4 year waiting period for an apartment.
How soon will you have a vacancy?
There is currently a 2 – 4 year waiting period.
Are utilities included?
You pay for gas and electricity. DC energy Office will provide assistance to those whose income is less than $20,274 for one person and $26,512 for a household of two.
Do you have a meal program?
Many of our support services are still in development. We are currently working on a daily lunch congregate meal program through Greater Washington Urban League. We have established to be a Host Location for Commodity Foods and Share Food Programs.
What is the rental amount?
30% of your adjusted gross income.
What are the procedures to apply?
Pick up your application and thoroughly complete what is requested. Mail the application to our corporate office in Long Beach, California. It will be recorded and sent to the on-site manager.
What social activities to you have there?
We have Project H.A.N.D.S., crochet lessons, Holiday get-togethers, Oldies But Goodies dances, sewing lessons, prayer service, movie night, arts and crafts.
Do you have a room for outside associations to host a meeting?
Our multi-purpose room can accommodate 75 to 100 people. Non-profit affiliates and church organizations are free to make arrangements with the on-site manager.