This house is located at 602 3rd Street, SW. The listing says:
“LOVELY 3 BR, 2 BA, 3 LEVEL HOME WITH PATIO BACKING TO POOL. MOVE IN READY. ADD YOUR TOUCHES TO MAKE IT YOUR OWN. GREAT LOCATION. BLOCKS FROM WATER FRONT, METRO, DOWNTOWN AND ARENA STAGE. SOLD AS-IS. USE PARKING SPACE #28 IN FRONT OF HOME. OR ON ST. PARKING. SHOWINGS ARE RESTRICTED TO SCHEDULED DAYS AND TIMES WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. OPEN SAT/SUN 1-4 FOR INITIAL SHOWINGS. FUTURE SHOWINGS TO BE POSTED.”
222 M Street, SW rendering courtesy High Street Residential
From a press release:
“High Street Residential, the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, and CSG Urban Partners, have partnered with Meadow Partners to redevelop the St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church site. The Class A mixed-use project, located at 222 M Street, SW in Washington DC, will comprise 221 multifamily units along with a new 16,000-square-foot St. Matthew’s Church and community center.
The project is the latest development to break ground in the SW Waterfront submarket of Washington, DC and affords convenient access to the Waterfront-SEU Metro station and will be a few blocks from The Wharf development.
“The redevelopment of St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church is an important project for us,” said Josh Dix, Principal with Trammell Crow Company and National Residential Practice Leader for High Street Residential. “The delivery of this project will build on the positive momentum of the Southwest submarket. We are excited about the opportunity to bring the Church and a new community center back to its original congregation in Southwest, Washington, DC.”
St. Matthew’s will be highly-amenitized, featuring a large first floor lounge overlooking a one-third-acre courtyard, a dog run, a fitness center with private rooms for yoga and spin classes, bike storage and maintenance room. The project will also include a roof-top pool, lounge and deck, with unobstructed views of the U.S. Capitol Building. The new St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church and community center will feature a coffee shop, a large fellowship hall for community meetings and gatherings, Wi-Fi and computer access for the community, a large multi-use worship space capable of hosting small theater and performance events and a gallery design to feature local artists.(more…)
This unit is located at 800 4th Street Southwest. The listing says:
“Metro!Dining!Grocery! Largest 1bed/bath+den flr plan at pet friendly Potomac Place Towers. Nearly 1000 sf w/covered PARKING, large storage unit & 2 balconies in SW/Waterfront near WHARF development! Tons of closet space, pantry & open kitchen w/ breakfast bar. 3 fitness rooms, outdoor pool, business cntr w/ internet, community lounge, & 24hr desk. Walk everywhere! Condo fee includes ALL utilities!”
“The following is an updated list of restaurant and retail offerings coming to The Wharf in 2017, as part of the development’s Phase I grand opening:
Social Restaurant Group’s 9,800-square-foot concept La Vie, their largest venture to-date, will feature French-Mediterranean cuisine that includes an extensive moules-frites menu, a wide selection of sweet and savory tartines and a variety of coastal-inspired beverages. Situated along The Wharf’s most expansive and stunning vistas, their space boasts a 1,100-square-foot waterfront terrace, and serves the resident pool deck above. La Vie also includes private access to a 5,000-square-foot rooftop terrace, poised to be Washington’s premier events space.
District Hardware and Bike, the nearly 50-year old family-owned hardware store, full-service bike shop and now café and water sport retailer, is expanding from its current location in Foggy Bottom. Their new 6,300-square-foot location will be designed by Natalie Park Design Studio and is the latest in a series of expansions for the store, which has been owned and run by the Conway family for three generations. To strengthen the concept, District Hardware and Bike has teamed up with local coffee roaster, Vigilante Coffee, to help design and launch the new café and coffee bar.
Cordial Craft Wine, Beer & Spirits by Eric Rohleder is expanding from its current operation in Union Market. His 525-square-foot location at The Wharf will feature a water view and products from independent importers and boutique distributors across the globe.
America’s largest pharmacy retailer CVS will occupy a 9,000-square-foot space at The Wharf.
Earlier this year, The Wharf announced the first round of restaurant concepts: (more…)
“5th Annual Running of the Chihuahuas
DC’s Funniest Cinco de Mayo Celebration is Back!
TOMORROW SATURDAY, MAY 7
When: Saturday, May 7, 2016 | 1pm to 4 pm
Where: The Wharf 600 Water Street SW, Washington, DC 20024
Why: A benefit for local animal charities and a hilarious way to celebrate Cinco
What: Chihuahua races, food trucks, beer stands, live music, dog contests, a family friendly FREE event! (more…)
This rental is located at 240 M Street, Southwest. The listing says:
“Studio/Efficiency (484 sq ft) w/balcony. Kitchen with all new appliance & new counter top , update bath. Convenience, location, renovation! Live in the vibrant community of the SW Waterfront, steps to the Metro, Warf under construct, Nationals Stadium, Arena Stage, shopping and restaurants! , Front desk, security, swimming pool, community room and stunning grounds! Parking Included. BY APPT ONLY.”
“Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser was joined by D.C. United, Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen, the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, the Director of the Department of General Services and other District officials for an infrastructure groundbreaking in preparation for the new soccer stadium at Buzzard Point, in Ward 6.
“Buzzard Point’s future is bright, and this soccer stadium will make it that much brighter,” said Mayor Bowser. “Today’s demolition represents the first step toward revitalizing an overlooked area of the District that will spur economic activity on the banks of the Anacostia, hire residents for good paying jobs, and give more Washingtonians a fair shot. We are proud of our hometown soccer team, and we are now one step closer to having a new home for D.C. United.”
The $300 million state-of-the-art facility is a public-private partnership that will create nearly 900 job opportunities for District residents, and strengthen the city’s commitment to community and fan engagement. Training, apprenticeships, and workforce development opportunities will be provided to connect neighborhood residents to jobs stemming from this project. (more…)