With waterfront views, fresh seafood and tons of new developments the neighborhood of Southwest Waterfront is becoming the new hot place to live in Washington, DC. Although SW is the smallest quadrant in DC it’s becoming more and more an attractive place to live because of it’s great location, easy metro access and increasing retail stores along with luxury apartment buildings.
Waterfront is becoming a very attractive spot for families to reside because of the vast green spaces planned into the new developments. The waterfront boasts many parks and other spaces for picnics, soccer games, bocce matches and other family friendly activities.
Catina Marina is one of the locals favorite spots in Southwest. Catina Marina is an escape into another world. You’ll feel as though you’ve been whisked away to Mexico while at this dock inspired restaurant. The added bonus of the great waterfront views are delicious foods and delightful homemade margaritas.
M Street Yoga’s tagline “A Close Knit Community Studio with a Big Heart” shows how neighborhood and community is so important to this neighborhood of the district. Their classes are both enjoyable and challenging and is a huge part of the lifestyle of Southwest residents
The Fish Market is home to the oldest operating open-air fish market in the United States. A DC Landmark the Fish Market is something unique that makes SW stand out against other DC neighborhoods. Head over here for fresh raw seafood to cook up at home or grab some cooked seafood for lunch or a picnic by the Jefferson Memorial or on the docks.