The Southwest Waterfront is transforming into one of the most exciting neighborhoods in the District. Many sets of big plans are on the table to transform the area along the Anacostia River into a truly legendary waterfront oasis. The last decade has seen significant residential and commercial development in the Southwest Waterfront and this activity is expected to continue for many years.
The boundaries of the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood are I-395 to the north, South Capitol Street to the east, P Street to the south and the Anacostia River to the west. The neighborhood is served by the Waterfront Metro Station on the Green Line.
Southwest Waterfront Homes And Condos For Sale
Photo: Nick Amoscato From some of DC’s oldest buildings to some of its modern delights, there’s a real sense of energy these days when it comes to the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood. ... Read more about Enjoy the Energy of the Southwest Waterfront Neighborhood
For those with a larger budget to spend, Amaris at the Wharf offers some of the area’s priciest condos and ultra-luxe real estate. Some of the penthouse units at Amaris currently on the market ... Read more about A Glimpse Inside the Uber-deluxe Penthouses at Amaris
Photo: Ted Eytan As one of DC’s newest and most popular mixed-use developments, The Wharf continues to attract new residents and visitors, alike. Now home to residential buildings, live music ... Read more about All About The Wharf
It’s one of DC’s hottest neighborhoods today, but The Wharf is a relatively new addition to the District. While the neighborhood has a long history, it was once quite different than it ... Read more about Discovering the History Behind The Wharf