View of large buildings in Capitol Riverfront with a fountain in between them and pedestrians walking around.

Capitol Riverfront Developers Dismiss Overbuilding Concerns (Bisnow)

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The hotbed of D.C.’s development wave, the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood leads the city with nearly 2,000 apartments delivering this year and has multiple office buildings under development.

Streetsense Director of Retail Strategy Andrew Poncher said retailers coming to D.C. from cities like Chicago, Philadelphia and New York are beginning to target Capitol Riverfront as their top choice. “It’s really interesting to see people coming from Manhattan on the retail and restaurateur side,” Poncher said. “We tour them all over the city, every single submarket, and really Capitol Riverfront is the place they want to be.”

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