The future of Riverfront development is growing along a bend in the Christina.
Riverfront East is the converging point of downtown Wilmington and the current Wilmington, Delaware, Riverfront—86 acres of mixed-use opportunity to build a vibrant, bustling and sustainable urban community. A place for businesses to thrive and lives to flourish. At the completion of Riverfront East, individuals and families will have the opportunity to live, work and play in a uniquely Wilmington community that fits a diversity of lifestyles.
Why Here, Why Now?
Downtown Wilmington to the north. Riverfront Wilmington development to the west. Two main thoroughfare streets. And acres upon acres of underutilized brownfield ready for development, free from concerns of gentrification. This site, at the inner bend of the Christina River, is perfectly situated to become a cultural cornerstone of the city and stimulate economic growth for generations to come.
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- Media CoverageWHYY$100 million overhaul planned for Wilmington’s ‘other’ riverfront
Since the mid-1990s, the western bank of the Christina River in Wilmington has been transformed from a polluted, industrial site with vacant lots and empty warehouses into a hotspot with a movie theatre, minor league baseball park, high-end apartments, and hip restaurants. Read more.
- Media CoveragePhiladelphia YIMBYWilmington, DE Reveals 4,291-Unit Mixed-Use Riverfront East Master Plan
A master plan has been revealed in Wilmington, the most populous city in the the state of Delaware, located at the southwest periphery of the Philadelphia metro area, for an all-new neighborhood that will transform the Christina River waterfront. Read more.
- Media CoverageThe PatchWilmington Mayor Purzycki Shares Important Announcement From The RDC About Riverfront East Expansion
Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki, who led the Riverfront Development Corporation (RDC) for 20 years during which time the west side of the Christina River was developed, participated with pride today as the current RDC leadership announced that the east side of the river will be developed beginning this summer. Read more.
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