As the summer weather and vaccinations are bringing people back to hotels and restaurants, neighborhoods that have large open spaces along the water are benefiting the most.
D.C.-area waterfronts such as The Wharf, Capitol Riverfront, Georgetown, National Harbor and Old Town Alexandria have all experienced a surge in activity this spring and early summer. Developers, restaurateurs and economic development leaders from each of these areas, speaking Wednesday on Bisnow's Waterfronts: Leading The Washington Region's Recovery event, shared what they are seeing in their respective neighborhoods.
Knead Hospitality + Design founder and principal Jason Berry owns several restaurants on the waterfront: Mi Vida and The Grill at The Wharf, Succotash at National Harbor and new Capitol Riverfront restaurants Mah-Ze-Dahr and The Gatsby. His waterfront restaurants have all experienced a strong resurgence of…
Read the full story here.