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Mixed-use development to replace former Coast Guard headquarters at Buzzard Point

Riverpoint will feature apartments, retail and restaurant space as a continuation of the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail
  • Akridge and Western Development Corporation spearhead development of the former U.S. Coast Guard headquarters at Buzzard Point for the project, named Riverpoint.
  • Riverpoint will feature more than 450 apartment units, 80,000 square feet of retail and residential space and riverfront amenities and recreation.
  • Nearby Anacostia Riverwalk Trail is host to 20 miles of trails connecting Washington D.C. and Maryland, offering a water-based lifestyle for residents and visitors.

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In the past few years, theĀ Anacostia Riverwalk TrailĀ has transformed into a 20-mile trail with various points of recreation and new transportation options, connecting Washington D.C. and Maryland. Now, the expanding waterfront trail will be home to a mixed-use development slated to feature 80,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space and more than 450 apartment units. The building will be banking the riverfront, adding in aquatic resources and activities, including floating restaurants and brand new piers. Rendering from Buzzard Point plan Named Riverpoint, the development is located at 2100 Second St., SW in the former location of the U.S. Coast Guard headquarters at Buzzard Point. Buzzard Point, the peninsula at the intersection of the Potomac and Anacostia rivers, is also the location of the new D.C. United Stadium. Riverpoint will join the likes of The Wharf and the Ballpark District developments, helping to boost the growth and attractiveness of the area. ...