Southwest Waterfront

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Southwest Waterfront, from most recent to least.

Thursday’s Must Reads

Thursday’s Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | December 6th 2018

The McUrbanism of multifamily architecture; fracas at the Cheesecake Factory; and IKEA sets its "I" on DC. ... read »

The 1,925 Units On the Boards For Buzzard Point

The 1,925 Units On the Boards For Buzzard Point

Nena Perry-Brown | August 20th 2018

Following the debut of Audi Field, UrbanTurf continues our updated development rundown with a look at what's in the works for Buzzard Point. ... read »

A Few Design Changes For The Wharf’s Second Act

A Few Design Changes For The Wharf’s Second Act

Nena Perry-Brown | November 27th 2017

In response to concerns from neighbors, stakeholders and city officials, the development team behind the Wharf has offered some additional renderings... read »

Exclusive: A New Look for Phase Two of The Wharf

Exclusive: A New Look for Phase Two of The Wharf

Nena Perry-Brown | October 17th 2017

UrbanTurf has received new images of what the second phase of this massive waterfront project will look like. ... read »

A Look at Everything That Will Be Open at The Wharf By Next Week

A Look at Everything That Will Be Open at The Wharf By Next Week

Nena Perry-Brown | October 4th 2017

In preparation for the official unveiling of the first phase of the redeveloped Wharf next week, UrbanTurf is taking a look at what to expect. ... read »

The 1,078 Residential Units Planned for the Wharf

The 1,078 Residential Units Planned for the Wharf

Nena Perry-Brown | June 9th 2017

A week after exploring the 3,200 residential units on the boards for Southwest, UrbanTurf revisits the southwest Wharf redevelopment, where more... read »

The 3,200 Units Planned for Southwest

The 3,200 Units Planned for Southwest

Nena Perry-Brown | June 2nd 2017

A year ago, UrbanTurf approximated that there were 3,500 residential units slated for the Southwest waterfront. Now, there are 3,200 residential... read »

The 3,500 Units on the Boards for the Southwest Waterfront

The 3,500 Units on the Boards for the Southwest Waterfront

Nena Perry-Brown | May 23rd 2016 | 1 Comment

Another area of DC in the midst of a development boom is the land along and near the Southwest waterfront. This week, UrbanTurf takes a look at the... read »

New Renderings Released for the 7th Street Pier at The Wharf

New Renderings Released for the 7th Street Pier at The Wharf

Nena Perry-Brown | May 18th 2016 | 2 Comments

The new images of the pier reveal how much of a draw the pier will be for the Southwest Waterfront redevelopment. ... read »

443 Apartments and a Black Box Theater: DC Selects PN Hoffman to Develop Southwest Parcel

443 Apartments and a Black Box Theater: DC Selects PN Hoffman to Develop Southwest Parcel

Nena Perry-Brown | March 28th 2016

The developers proposed a mixed-use project for the parcel at 1000 4th Street SW that will include apartments, a black box theater and 22,500 square... read »

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