Southwest Condos For Sale

Washington, DC’s Southwest neighborhood has gone through a lot of incarnations over the years. That evolution continues with a massive waterfront transformation known as The Wharf, featuring shops, restaurants, nightlife and new luxury condos for sale.

The Southwest quadrant runs south from the National Mall and is west of South Capitol Street. Much of the quadrant is absorbed by water, with the Potomac River, Washington Channel and a short portion of the Anacostia River.

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Southwest Neighborhood Information

The Southwest, also known as the Southwest Waterfront, has a long history indeed. The historic Wheat Row townhouses are among the oldest surviving structures in DC, dating back to 1794.

During the 1950s, the city razed large portions of the neighborhood. Redevelopment included Harbor Square, a 440-unit cooperative mid-century modern community from noted architect Cholethiel Woodard Smith, as well as the River Park Mutual Homes co-ops with their metallic barrel roofs from Charles Goodman (also known for the Hollin Hills community in Alexandria).

The Latest in the Southwest Area

The newest and biggest development in the Southwest Waterfront is The Wharf, a mile-long $2 billion project with 150 new boat slips, a riverfront promenade, floating retail and entertainment, and luxury condominiums and hotels perched along the waterfront.

The Hoffman-Madison redevelopment is already open for business, featuring new waterfront condo buildings like VIO and 525 Water. But The Wharf isn’t yet complete—it will continue to expand over coming years.

From antique row houses to trailblazing mid-century designs, and from venerable institutions like the Maine Street Fish Market (open since 1805) to brand-new bars, restaurants and condos for sale, the Southwest Waterfront continues to evolve.

To learn more about this unique neighborhood, call District Partners Real Estate, LLC, at 202-798-3600.