D.C.’s Southwest waterfront has been reinventing itself for decades. In the 1950s, city planners evicted nearly all its residents and leveled most buildings. Now it is starting fresh again.
A man cracks crabs to eat as the sun sets on the Maine Avenue fish market at the Southwest waterfront in the District. Developers plan to modernize the market but say they won't alter it "too much." Amanda Voisard/THE WASHINGTON POST Buy Photo