Coastal Properties Managing Diamond Teague

Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Photo courtesy Coastal Properties Management

Coastal Properties Management (CPM) added a new facility to its management group with a contract awarded by Washington D.C. to manage the newly opened $8m marine terminal at Nationals Park named Diamond Teague Marine Terminal & Park. 

Operations at the Diamond Teague Terminal, which commenced in September, include water taxi and commercial vessel service from National Harbor Marina in Md., and Old Town Alexandria, Va. for all Nationals home games and concerts at National Park.  At least thirteen vessels from six different companies will serve the terminal initially with plans to add additional vessels and ports-of-call in the future.

Coastal Properties has also formed a partnership with the Earth Conservation Corps (ECC), a non-profit environmental organization, serving at-risk youth from Washington D.C. in a dual effort to benefit the youth with a positive experience through an education program - which also helps to restore the Anacostia River. 

The Terminal’s 250 ft commercial and environmental piers are a key piece of Diamond Teague Park located at First St. & Potomac Ave., S.E. The park connects the piers and Nationals Park to the Anacostia Riverwalk, a 20 mile network of waterfront trails.

(www.coastal-properties.com)

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