Goodman River Park Efficiency – $99,700

River Park Screens

When you think of Charles Goodman’s River Park in Southwest, you have to think aluminum.¬†¬†River Park, opened in 1962, is a mid-century modern cooperative housing project of townhomes and an apartment block built by the Reynolds Aluminum Corporation as a way to showcase aluminum as a building material. The complex was built as part of Southwest Washington’s urban renewal efforts in the late 1950s and early 1960s. This listing for an efficiency unity in the apartment block has nice photos of the signature aluminum brise soliel Goodman used. The unit is listed for $99,700 with a $400 montly coop fee.

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November 22nd, 2013

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Mid-Century Mike

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