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Which Washington-Area Neighborhoods Will Boom Next?
"DC’s waterfronts show no signs of slowing. The second phase of the Wharf will break ground this year, with an additional 1.2 million square feet of development by 2022. About a mile and a half east, Capitol Riverfront is the District’s fastest-growing neighborhood. Within 20 years, it’s projected to house 32,000 residents and more than 55,000 employees. Smack in between, you’ll find Buzzard Point, where DC United’s new stadium will open later this year and where Akridge intends to build millions of square feet of mixed-use development. If all goes as planned, the result will be a nearly uninterrupted string of housing and entertainment reaching from the Maine Avenue Fish Market in Southwest to the Washington Navy Yard in Southeast."
a:Marisa-M-Kashino  a:Benjamin-Freed  a:Dan-Reed  p:Washingtonian★★  d:2018.04.15  w:2000  list  DC  future  Navy-Yard  development  from instapaper
june 2018 by bankbryan
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