The Southwest Waterfront of Washington, DC is a 47-acre site along the Washington Channel, stretching from the historic Fish Wharf to Ft. McNair. Plans are underway to redevelop the Southwest Waterfront, transforming the area into an urban destination that mixes maritime activity and commerce with culture and housing within easy walking distance to the National Mall.
River Farms to Urban Towers: Southwest Heritage Trail
Walking tour of Southwest, focusing on the history of the neighborhood. One of a series of illustrated neighborhood walking guides produced by Cultural Tourism DC.
Southwest: The Little Quadrant That Could
Blog featuring news, developments, and the updates on the gentrification of DC's southwest quadrant.
Washington Highlands Library
Official website of the Washington Highlands Library construction project. Includes design plans, press releases, and contact information.
The Wharf
Development project to produce an active, mixed-use, urban riverfront in DC's southwest quadrant. Includes general information, news and updates, and opportunities for community involvement.
Wikipedia: Southwest Federal Center, Washington, DC
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia.
Wikipedia: Southwest Waterfront, Washington, DC
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia.
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