3020 Tilden is located in Northwest D.C. and is one of the six original buildings that together comprised Tilden Gardens, a Washington, D.C. “best address.” The building offers its residents spacious, charming homes situated among landscaped gardens – all just three blocks from the Cleveland Park metro station.
3020 Tilden consists of 21 apartments that range from one bedroom units to large, three bedroom units, each with three exposures and period details such as hardwood floors, arched doorways, enclosed sun rooms, and nine-foot ceilings. All 21 units have an assigned storage area in the basement, which also houses the on-site laundry facilities.
In recent years, the corporation has implemented a series of capital improvements, including roof replacement, basement renovation and exterior waterproofing.
The Tilden Garden community was constructed between 1927 and 1930 and named for Samuel J. Tilden, New York governor and democratic candidate for the U.S. presidency in the disputed election of 1876. Monroe and R. Bates Warren, construction pioneers of their time, developed the community, which is still noted today for its spacious landscapes. 3020 Tilden was completed in 1929 and today remains one of two independent cooperative apartment buildings within Tilden Gardens.
The residents of 3020 Tilden take pride in their building and maintain direct oversight of its upkeep and management. Together, the residents create a welcoming and friendly community within a building that preserves much of its original charm and character.