Monthly Parking in Navy Yard

Navy Yard, also known as Near Southeast, is a neighborhood on the Anacostia River in Southeast Washington, D.C. Navy Yard is bounded by Interstate 695 to the north and east, South Capitol Street to the west, and the Anacostia River to the south. Approximately half of its area (south of M Street, SE) is occupied by the Washington Navy Yard (including the Naval Historical Center), which gives the neighborhood its name. The neighborhood is located in D.C.'s Ward 6, currently represented by Charles Allen. It is served by the Navy Yard – Ballpark Metro station on the Green Line. - source: Wikipedia

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Monthly Parking Rates in Navy Yard

The rates for monthly parking in Washington range from $100 to $295. Use our comparison chart to find best rates and book a parking space that works best for you.

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Address Intersection Price Type
1345 South Capitol Street SW $200.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1100 2nd Place SE $225.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
601 L Street SE $200.00 Monthly Parking Book Now
1100 First Street SE $200.00 Monthly Parking Book Now

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Other Types of Parking in Navy Yard

Information About Parking in Washington D.C.

Most public parking spots in Washington are on-street or in designated garages, and are metered. The cost of parking in these spots can range from $2 an hour to over $15 an hour, with the average at $9 an hour. However these spots can be hard to find and there are many parking restrictions in effect, especially around popular tourist areas. In addition, many residential areas require a permit to park; and during the winter months, snowfall can force street closures and plowing makes on-street parking riskier.

Navy Yard Parking Statistics

  • A recent study found that Washington is the seventh worst city in the U.S. for parking.
  • There are just 18,700 on-street metered spots in the city, for over 660,000 residents.
  • There are 105,000 residential parking spaces for permit holders.
  • There are 3.29 parking lots per 1000 commuter vehicles.
  • The average daily rate for a parking garage spot in Washington is $19.
  • On average, a parking ticket is issued every 20 seconds, and can range from $20 to $500.
  • Washington drivers paid almost $100 million in parking tickets in 2017.

Navy Yard Parking FAQs

1. Is there free parking at the National Mall?

Parking garages are available near the National Mall throughout downtown. Free, all-day parking is available along Ohio Drive, SW which is along the Potomac River south of the Lincoln Memorial, and in Lots A, B, and C south of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, however some may have restriction on how many hours you can park for free.

2. How much is monthly parking in the Navy Yards?

Monthly parking in the Navy Yards typically range anywhere between $200 to $250 per month.

3. How do I book a parking spot via WhereiPark?

Booking a parking spot with WhereiPark is very simple. Take a look at our interactive map of the city, and search for available spaces either by area or address. You’ll see markers show up on the map, denoting available monthly spots, and you can view each listing in detail by clicking on it. Browse your options until you find one that suits your needs, then click on the booking link. You’ll need to log in (or create your account), making sure your vehicle details are correct. Then simply enter payment information, select a start date, and book! Once your booking is confirmed by the lot owner, you’ll receive full instructions on how to access the space.

4. What are the advantages of monthly parking?

The advantages of monthly parking almost speak for themselves: saved time and frustration in searching for a spot, convenience, and cost-effectiveness. Arranging a monthly spot also means you can prioritize the factors that most concern you, like security.