Waterfront Mall, Southwest, Washington, DC

This failed mall on the riverfront in Southwest appears to have been largely demolished for redevelopment.

It was a total failure, but what was cool is that it was suspended in the 1960’s, complete with its sole remaining tenant, a cheap restaurant with harvest orange dining benches.

The Brutalist apartment blocks lining the area still survive.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Those Brutalist apartment buildings are interesting but perhaps overwhelming in such number. How many are there?

  2. Chris says:

    There are a lot; they surround the entire area and stretch down to the river.

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