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
From its waterfront setting to its luxurious appointments and amenities, boy are you loved at Amaris! Translated from Latin, Amaris means “you are loved”, and it certainly has plenty of ... Read more
Another new luxury condo building is headed to the DC waterfront. Amaris is a 12-story building, set to soon join The Wharf’s highly anticipated Phase 2 development. Plans call for 96 ... Read more
With easy access to the waterfront and an array of shops, restaurants and activities, Tiber Island proves a spectacular setting for co-op buyers and renters in the DC area. Made up of four ... Read more
Consistently named one of the coolest neighborhoods, the Navy Yard routinely attracts interest from potential new residents and visitors, alike. The neighborhood has plenty of reason to shine as it ... Read more