Seth Hurwitz, founder of The Anthem, provides an inside look at D.C.’s newest music venue.
As the gateway to D.C.’s redeveloped Southwest Waterfront, the Maine Avenue Fish Market is set for some upgrades. The changes aim to preserve the history of the 212-year-old market and offer some new food options.
The District’s busiest road, the Southwest Freeway, has towered above the Southwest Waterfront for decades. But the cluster of oyster shacks and fishing piers below it hasn’t been a popular driving destination — until now. Here’s what drivers and pedestrians should expect when the 24-acre redevelopment called District Wharf opens next month.
When the first phase of The Wharf opens next month, Washingtonians will have access to new restaurants, retail shops and riverfront activities. One local chef said the new development is “going to change D.C. forever.” Here’s what’s planned.
See photos of the cobblestone streets and waterfront promenade, the apartments, and the views from The Wharf, the District’s newest neighborhood.
After three years of construction, The Wharf, the mile-long redevelopment of the District’s Southwest Waterfront, is preparing for its Oct. 12 grand opening. WTOP’s special report, Destination Wharf, goes inside the new development for a sneak peek at the new housing, dining and entertainment options, as well as the traffic concerns and the environmental impact surrounding the project.
D.C. celebrity chef Med Lahlou is opening a new restaurant at the newest development in the Southwest Waterfront known as the The Wharf.
Prolific D.C. developer PN Hoffman is putting its money where its mouth is, permanently moving its corporate headquarters to The Wharf development on the Southwest Waterfront.
Did you miss the wildly popular Hirshhorn exhibit that dominated local Instagram feeds? Don’t worry: This summer brings a whole host of new art exhibits to admire starting in June.
Pearl Street Warehouse, a live music venue, bar and cafe that will be part of The Wharf’s pedestrian-only Pearl Street, says it will open in October, coinciding with the grand opening of the Southwest Waterfront development.
The developer of The Wharf project on the Southwest Waterfront, has released details of two additional apartment buildings that will open in 2017, including one that will be among the largest apartment structures in the District.
Local water taxi service will get a major upgrade when D.C.’s new transit pier, District Wharf, opens next fall as part of a $2 billion neighborhood project.
Rep. Rod Blum, R-Iowa, tweeted a photo of cranes doing construction work along D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, and claimed the city was “being built on the backs of U.S. taxpayers.”
WASHINGTON — It’s a mix of fun and competition out on the Southwest Waterfront. The bright, sunny sky and relatively low humidity made for a perfect day to be out on the water. Dragon boats have…
The District’s largest active economic development project has finished up excavation work, a milestone celebrated with a “bottoming-out” ceremony on Thursday.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.