This rental is located at K and 3rd Street, SW. The Craigslist ad says:
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Available – 715 sq ft – ALL utilities included! ONE MONTH FREE RENT!
Located at 1001 3rd ST SW near Waterfront Metro
-Prime location less than a block from the Southwest Waterfront Metro Station (Green Line)
-Steps away from shopping, dining and amenities – right next to the new Safeway Development at 4th/M st SW
-Gated community with key fob access throughout
-Large, bright windows with great view overlooking the city
-24 hour fitness and laundry on-site
-Parking available $150 per month per vehicle
-No pets allowed
-One month FREE rent if lease is signed by March 15th!”
This rental is located at 1254 Half Street, SW. The craigslist ad says:
“$925 / 4br – Room available in Townhouse in Navy Yard/Ballpark/Waterfront
Bedroom available in group townhouse between Navy Yard and Waterfront Metros, and two short blocks from Nationals Stadium.
Room available is on the second story overlooking the back yard and alley, close enough to the ballpark that you can see fireworks or hear summer concerts with the window open. Available April 1st. (more…)
“A student from Johnson Middle School captures a classmate departing a public bus while taking photographs representing her experience of daily life in Washington, D.C. Image by a a visual arts student from Johnson Middle School. Washington, D.C., 2017.”
“Wednesday, March 01, 2017 (All day) to Friday, March 31, 2017 (All day)
Southwest Arts Club
700 Delaware Avenue, Southwest
Washington, DC 20024
What images come to mind when you think of Washington, D.C.? How does media representation of the District compare with the everyday experiences of youth in the District?
“Everyday DC,” a photography exhibition on view at the Southwest Arts Club in Washington D.C., from March 1, 2017 through March 31, 2017, explores these questions by visualizing daily life in Washington, D.C., through the eyes of over 100 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from eight DC public middle schools that represent all four quadrants of the city. An opening reception for the exhibition will be held at the Southwest Arts Club on the evening of Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from 5:30-8:00PM. Click here to RSVP.(more…)
This house is located at 753 Delaware Ave, SW. The MRIS listing says:
“Conveniently located, light-filled, split level town home with a separate entrance in-laws quarters in trendy Southwest waterfront area. Potential rental income or great space for home office, or other uses. Convenient to three Metro stations, I-395, government office buildings, shopping, restaurants and Nationals ballpark. Two parking spaces! Friendly tenants, willing to work with new ownership.”
“Officials from Hoffman-Madison Waterfront (HMW), the developer of The Wharf, a $2 billion, mile-long neighborhood located on DC’s Southwest waterfront, today announced Chef Roberto Santibañez’s Mi Vida coming to The Wharf in Phase 1.
KNEAD Hospitality + Design is creating this new restaurant concept for The Wharf in partnership with Chef Roberto Santibañez, owner of the acclaimed Fonda restaurants in New York City. “Mi Vida,” which translates to “my life,” is also a term of endearment used to refer to a loved one. The 9,500-square-foot restaurant will be located at the water’s edge directly on Wharf Street adjacent to The Anthem, The Wharf’s new 6,000-person capacity music venue. (more…)
“D.C. United announced Audi of America will be the naming partner of the new soccer-specific stadium in Southwest D.C., now officially named Audi Field.
“We are thrilled to partner with such an incredible brand that is not only recognized in North America, but throughout the world,” Jason Levien, United Managing General Partner, said. “Audi has transcended the automobile industry and fully embraced the culture of soccer, especially in MLS. We couldn’t think of a better partner to name our stadium and we look forward to forging extraordinary memories for years to come at Audi Field.” (more…)
“I’m reaching out to share exciting new details on Pearl Street Warehouse, the live music venue from the owners of Cantina Marina coming to The Wharf this fall. The Stone Pony of DC, Pearl Street Warehouse will anchor The Wharf’s new entertainment street (Pearl Street) and is the only venue of its kind in DC to offer live music every night of the week.
It’s filling a void in our music scene with live music from genres ranging from Americana, Rock, Country, Blues, Roots, Bluegrass and Alt-Country. To bring it to life, here’s a playlist we created to give you a sense of the type of music that has inspired the venue, and what you’ll come to find at Pearl Street Warehouse.
The venue holds 300 people and the mezzanine is only 25-feet from the stage, so every guest in the house will be treated to an intimate, front-row music experience. Pearl Street Warehouse will be more than a concert venue – it will have a full bar featuring diner-style comfort food, and will be the ideal neighborhood spot to pop in for a coffee or grab an after dinner drink and a live show.”
general rendering of The Wharf not specific to Phase 2
From a press release:
“Hoffman-Madison Waterfront (HMW), the developer of The Wharf, a $2 billion, mile-long neighborhood located on DC’s Southwest waterfront, today announced the architects and designers selected to design Phase 2 of the site.
The eleven architects comprise one of the most impressive lineups in the nation to design the ambitious second phase of The Wharf. When complete, Phase 2 of The Wharf will feature an additional 1.2 million square feet of mixed-use development including office, residential, marina, and retail space, as well as parks and public spaces, across an approximate half mile of waterfront.
Phase 1 is scheduled to open in October 2017. The groundbreaking for Phase 2 will take place in mid-2018, with an expected completion date in 2021.
“It is extraordinarily exciting to be able to announce the team we have selected to design Phase 2 of The Wharf,” said Shawn Seaman, AIA, Principal and Senior Vice President of Development of PN Hoffman. “We have selected a diverse group of locally, nationally, and internationally renowned designers, knowing they will bring their talent and expertise to The Wharf, building a waterfront neighborhood that is an integral part of the city.”
“As with everything connected to The Wharf, the architectural design team chosen for Phase 2 reflects our ongoing efforts to achieve excellence while creating a dynamic, authentic, and compelling community,” said Peter Cole, Managing Director of Madison Marquette.
District-headquartered Perkins Eastman DC, the master planner and master architect of The Wharf will continue this guiding role for Phase 2, channeling the collective vision to ensure that The Wharf is a beloved waterfront neighborhood for generations to come. The design firms selected for Phase 2 of The Wharf include: (more…)
“The 9:30 Club’s parent company I.M.P. Productions, has just announced the opening of a new Washington D.C. venue, the Anthem, a $60 million concert venue with a flexible capacity ranging from 6,000 to 2,500 featuring a moveable stage and backdrop. The club is part of The Wharf, a $2 billion development located on the city’s Southwest waterfront.”