Join over 6,000 residents, 34,000 office employees, and three million annual visitors in Capitol Riverfront. At build-out, the Capitol neighborhood will reach 37 million square feet of development, among an exciting mix of parks, recreational opportunities, and amenities.
Today, more than 7,000 residents call Capitol Riverfront home. By 2018, the population in the neighborhood is expected to grow to nearly 10,000 residents.
|existing residential units||residential units under construction|
|apartment units breaking ground in 2018||condo units breaking ground in 2018|
CBS Radio, National Association of Broadcasters, The Trust for Public Land, and Mercury Public Affairs have all signed leases in Capitol Riverfront in the last year. Today, Capitol Riverfront’s office market is home to a healthy mix of Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, federal contractors, and government agencies like National Labor Relations Board, DC JazzFest, and Parsons Corporation.
|office buildings under construction||SF office under construction|
|office employees||SF of office space|
The Capitol Riverfront neighborhood offers retail tenants prominent exposure to the region's most preferred and diverse clientele in the city's most happening community. From restaurants to grocery stores, and from pet stores to running and bicycle retailers, Capitol Riverfront is a true live, work, play neighborhood.
|SF retail||SF retail under construction|
|1 + 1||48 + 34|
|Harris Teeter + Whole Foods (2018)||restaurants + retailers|
Whether you’re in town to cheer on the Nats or meet with federal agencies, Capitol Riverfront rewards the solo guest or group with attractions, hospitality and events that guest want to explore, share, and revisit.
|Hotels Open||Hotel under construction|
|Hotel Rooms||Unique hotel rooftops|