“The original Navy Yard, which dates back almost to the Revolutionary War days was a shipbuilding and munitions building plant for the Navy. It was substantially expanded to support the needs of the Navy in World Wars one and two,” Brookfield Properties’ Peter Calkins told WTOP.
Chemonics International, which oversees and manages projects in developing countries, will move its headquarters one the new office buildings planned for the second phase of The Yards community at Capitol Riverfront.
Capitol Riverfront, named one of America’s 10 coolest neighborhoods by Money Magazine in 2017, is now also one of D.C.’s fastest growing.
Novel South Capitol is a new luxury apartment complex that includes ritzy amenities such as a coworking space, a dog park with a watering station and play area and an on-site cafe that’s coffee shop by day and cocktail bar by night. See photos.
Australian-influenced coffee and cafe chain Bluestone Lane is opening in the 99M building this fall. It joins about 50 other cafes and restaurants in the Riverfront area.
The Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District reports that the neighborhood is expected to generate $287 million in revenues for the District in 2018, 3.5 times what it generated before the BID was created in 2007.
Money Magazine dug past tourist traps to come up with a list of the coolest neighborhoods in America and D.C.’s Capitol Riverfront made the cut.
The two latest apartment buildings to come online in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood near Nationals Park push the luxury envelope for renters.
The General Services Administration has narrowed the list of possible sites for a new U.S. Department of Labor headquarters to three potential D.C. sites.
As Forest City Washington’s latest plans for Capitol Riverfront wind through the District’s zoning approval process, we’re getting the best images so far of the developer’s eye-popping designs. The project, an extension of The Yards…
The D.C. Council\’s economic development committee voted Thursday
to strip millions of dollars from a major Capitol Riverfront
project in favor of three projects in the committee chair\’s
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.