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The Wharf in the News

As the biggest development in the history of our nation’s capital, it’s no wonder The Wharf is creating quite a buzz. Want to keep up with the latest news and updates about DC’s world-class waterfront destination? Sign up for our newsletter or take a look below to browse the most recent headlines.

Construction Begins On Second Phase Of The Wharf

calendar icon March 30, 2019

Officials at Hoffman-Madison Waterfront along with esteemed Washington, D.C.elected officials celebrated the kick-off of construction for the second half of the mile-long waterfront neighborhood with a community celebration and "truck touch."

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After volunteers clean up the Potomac, developer of The Wharf calls on DC to help

calendar icon March 18, 2019

A two-week effort to clean up the Potomac and the Washington Channel is finishing up just as spring begins. Trash, wood debris, and even 30-foot logs have been fished out of the water. “It was volunteers who stepped up for the clean-up,” says Monty Hoffman, one of the developers of The Wharf. And he says that needs to change.

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Canoe-sized logs among debris being removed from Channel on Southwest Waterfront

calendar icon March 15, 2019

An ongoing team of volunteers and organizations working to clean up the Washington Channel along the Southwest Waterfront in D.C. has removed enough wood and debris to fill four 30-yard dumpsters as of Friday. 

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Mardi Gras shimmies its way to The Wharf

calendar icon March 3, 2019

The Big Easy made its way to The Wharf on March 2 for the annual Mardi Gras parade. The acts included marching bands, feather-clad dancers and plenty of beads being thrown around. 

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Wharf Hosts Ice House to Benefit Fuel Fund

calendar icon Jan. 17, 2019

“Feel the Chill, Warm Your Neighbor” is the slogan for this weekend’s Ice House event at the Wharf’s District Pier in Southwest D.C. The two-day event is a fundraiser for the Washington Area Fuel Fund.

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A Built-From-Scratch Neighborhood in Washington That Doesn’t Feel Prefab

calendar icon Jan. 14, 2019

At dusk on a brisk Saturday afternoon in Washington, when the government shutdown has muted the Mall and scared away tourists, the capital’s recently unwrapped stretch of waterfront is a rare spot of liveliness. 

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DC Turns Up for Mayor Bowser’s Inaugural Celebration

calendar icon Jan. 11, 2019

Residents of DC pulled out their tuxes, heels and evening gowns last Saturday night in celebration of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Inauguration, which took place at The Wharf inside The Anthem.

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How to spend 72 Hours in Washington DC

calendar icon Jan. 4, 2019

Beyond its political presence, Washington, DC offers an edgy food and drink scene coupled with plentiful cultural experiences and more parkland than the majority of US cities. New development The Wharf is definitely worth checking out. This mile-long stretch along the Potomac River hosts restaurants, shops, apartments and hotels.

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Water Taxi & Wharf Jitney

Introducing one of the best ways to view the city and the easiest mode of transportation to get to destinations on the Potomac and Anacostia rivers: our new water taxi. And if you just want to get across the Washington Channel, catch our jitney to East Potomac Park for a round of golf or a leisurely stroll.

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Commercial Leasing

The District’s most noteworthy companies and retailers are setting down roots at The Wharf. Among the best commercial real estate in DC, our trophy spaces and prime retail locations provide prominent visibility and an attractive location with sweeping vistas and a lively after-work dining and entertainment scene.

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