City Center in Washington, DC
The downtown hit the headlines after attracting world finest designers and the most famous chefs into the District. Dissimilar with other destinations in the downtown, driving to CityCenter and around is not a nightmare. The development has an independent 500-space garage which can be accessed from 9th street or 11th street.
The CityCenter is situated between New York Avenue and H Street NW. The modern glass buildings offer home to 520,000 office space square feet, 185,000 retail space square feet, 216 condo units and 458 rental apartments. The establishment has more than two square blocks providing 30 stores & nine eateries, fountains, a pedestrian alley, an outdoor plaza and a courtyard that incorporates a permanent video installation. Its opening capped the downtown resurgence that delivered thousand of new residents into the center.
Construction of CityCenter started in 2011 with many business stores with phrases on their entrances reading “now open” and “coming soon”. For the most parts, that is over as most of restaurants and retail shops are now open. The development is among the biggest downtown projects within United States and the biggest East Coast urban development in the country. Most of the CityCenter???s development was finished and open for commerce by summer.
CityCenter is a new development which is a true destination of high-end shopping. People can treat themselves to a refreshing visit at Washington, D.C. hotel. There is also easy access to meeting & event spaces, onsite dining, and fitness places in addition to local attractions such as the National Mall and White House. Today, it's a world destination with visitors coming from all corners of the world!
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