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Amenities & Services

St. Mary’s Court offers many services to assist seniors to maintain a high quality independent lifestyle in the community.

Service Coordinator

Common dining room

Subsidized lunch program

Mandatory evening meal program

Spacious Lobby

Recreation area with outdoor landscaped patio

The Carol Radin Library on the 9th Floor 

Laundry room

Limited parking available for additional fee

Free use of George Washington University Wellness Center

Bus for excursions and shopping trips

Tai chi, exercise, yoga, and health fairs

Lectures on wide variety of subjects

Computer learning center

24-Hour desk service 

St. Mary’s Court is a smoke-free building

Meal service provided by SODEXO


A secondary purpose of St. Mary’s Court is to provide community involvement and program activities to residents and persons living in the neighborhood. As a nutrition site for the D.C. Office on Aging’s weekday lunch program (Title IIIC), St. Mary’s Court offers a nutritious and affordable (nominal voluntary contribution) noonday meal to residents of St. Mary’s Court and to persons in the community who are 60 years of age or older. St. Mary’s Court offers a broad-based activities calendar that includes weekly classes in tai chi, yoga, chair exercises, as well as a weekly blood pressure clinic, arts and crafts classes, Rummikub, ESL, and various religious services each month. Bus trips to restaurants, museums, and shopping at grocery stores, and as a farmers’ market, are regular offerings to residents and the larger community. Residents are encouraged to attend committee meetings where they can suggest trips for the year, and offer their ideas for the evening meal program and special meals served each month.