One year later: Wharf’s success comes with ‘growing pains,’ traffic challenges


WASHINGTON — One year ago, a sleepy corner of Southwest D.C. suddenly blossomed into a beehive of social activity. Now, business is booming at the District Wharf, a year after the 24-acre development’s grand opening. An estimated 10 to 12 million people have headed to Washington’s newest waterfront neighborhood, some taking advantage of new transportation options such as the Water Taxi and…