About

Our name, Square Fifteen, comes from the original city plan drawn for Washington, DC, by Pierre L’Enfant. He dreamed of creating a beautiful, vibrant capital city.

L’Enfant envisioned a city with 15 public squares. Some of them remain ubiquitous landmarks, like Dupont Circle and Lincoln Park. But the 15th square wasn’t incorporated into the final design. The 15th square was never incorporated into the final design. We love Washington, DC, and we are fascinated by its history.

We like to think that we approach our business the same way L’Enfant approached his city plan. We take care to develop homes that are as beautiful and vibrant as Washington’s neighborhoods. We do so with years of experience in DC real estate development, sales, and property management. As DC residents, we capitalize on our relationships and knowledge of the evolving real estate market.

Robert Bailey

Robert Bailey

Robert founded Square Fifteen (formerly, Rock Creek Homes) with a mission to renovate and sell beautiful, historic, and high-quality homes. He manages Square Fifteen’s acquisition and design and supervises construction for all projects. As a licensed real estate agent in Washington, DC, he is able to acquire properties directly from homeowners, reducing costs and saving time. Robert lives in the H Street Corridor and holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Virginia and a master's degree in real estate finance from Georgetown University.

Dan Robinson

Dan Robinson

With more than 15 years of real estate investment and management experience in the DC area, Dan oversees Square Fifteen’s corporate strategy. Combined with his background in defense software engineering, Dan is able to see opportunity other firms may miss, uncovering exciting new renovation and strategic investment opportunities. Dan has an engineering bachelor’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University, and a master’s degree from George Mason University.