The infamous 97 steps situated between M Street NW and Prospect Street in Georgetown have recently been granted “historic landmark status” by the Historic Preservation Review Board. Better known as the “Exorcist ...Read More
The Capitol Riverfront is a vibrant, mixed use neighborhood in the southeast and southwest quadrants of Washington, DC. The 500-acre neighborhood spans 1.5 miles on the Anacostia River and is the site of the former U.S. Navy Yard. The area is also home to Nationals Park, the home of the beloved Washington Nationals baseball team as well as the Half Street entertainment district. Read more about Capitol Riverfront real estate.
The Capitol Riverfront has benefited from more than $1 billion in public investment in optimizing its riverfront destination. Major employers in the area include the U.S. Department of Transportation, Booz-Allen-Hamilton, and the Bureau of Land Management, as well as number of new businesses that have sprouted as part of the revitalization.
Housing options are largely new construction, including new high-rise condo and co-op developments such as Velocity and Capitol Hill Tower. The Capitol Quarter Townhouses provide an additional 323 residences.
Adjacent communities include Capitol Hill, Anacostia, and Buzzard Point, to name a few. Capitol Riverfront boundaries span the Southeast Freeway to the north, Pennsylvania Avenue to the west,the Anacostia River to the south, and South Capitol Street, P Street, Q Street, and 2nd Street to the west. Both the Navy Yard and Capitol South Metro Stations are within walking distance. Capitol Riverfront also provides easy access to I-395 and I-295.
The Capitol Riverfront, a southeast DC neighborhood known by many residents as "Navy Yard" is inching ever closer to fulfilling its promise as a premier waterfront destination for business, ... Read more
Baseball season isn't far away and the Washington Nationals are expected to be very competitive again this year. The team recently made the news by extending their multi-year deal with Levy ... Read more