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Spread across 10 acres downtown near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, CityCenterDC features a wealth of retail and dining options. Shops include Burberry, kate spade new york and Louis Vuitton, while restaurants like Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, DBGB Kitchen & Bar and Centrolina satisfy taste buds.
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City Market at O
Located in the historic Shaw neighborhood, City Market at O features 86,000 square feet of retail space and restaurants, the lavish Cambria Suites Washington, DC and popular local gelato maker, Dolci Gelati. A 4,400-square-foot restaurant with an outdoor patio is still to come.
Situated just south of the U.S. Capitol, this emerging neighborhood on the Anacostia River features the Washington Nationals and their gorgeous ballpark. Other attractions include the multi-use Yards Park, an ice rink at Canal Park and dining including the Northern Italy-inspired Osteria Morini and Ice Cream Jubilee. In 2018, DC United plans to move its soccer stadium to nearby Buzzard Point.
This new $1.3 billion development project will rise triumphantly above I-395, connecting Capitol Hill to DC’s East End. Scheduled for completion in 2022, with the first building delivering in 2018, Capitol Crossing will feature five mixed-use buildings on a seven-acre site, totaling 2.2 million square feet. 70,000 square feet of retail is expected.
A trip to this on-the-rise neighborhood, which begins at Union Station, must include a stop at Union Market. The attraction features a wealth of restaurants, pop-up bars, gourmet shops and local retailers. Nearby, enjoy an upscale meal at Masseria or visit the U.S. Postal Museum. Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University sports 17,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.
This $2 billion mixed-use development begins its first phase of opening in October 2017, with full delivery expected by 2021. Features will include more than a dozen DC-based restaurants, 3.2 million square feet of hotel and retail space and a 140,000-square-foot cultural center.
The 23-mile Silver Line Metrorail extension is the largest expansion of the area’s Metrorail system in over 20 years. Phase 1, completed in 2014, included new stations in McLean, Tysons Corner and Reston. Phase 2, expected to be finished by 2020, will connect
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Big meetings require a lot of space. While the Walter E. Washington Convention Center offers the city’s largest ballroom at...