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.

Deal of the Year: The Wharf

calendar icon May 1, 2015

Monty Hoffman is a picture of persistence. The Wharf is his canvas. Through the crumbling economy, the implosion of a key partner and the countless bureaucratic hurdles, Hoffman never lost faith in his redo of the District’s Southwest Waterfront.

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How D.C. Is Turning A ‘Pedestrian Dead-Zone’ Into An Eco-Showcase

calendar icon April 17, 2015

You’ve heard of “The Three Rs,” right? Reducing, reusing and recycling? Well, a massive project hopes to bring all three to the heart of Washington, just south of the National Mall, by turning 15 blocks in to the “SW Ecodistrict.”

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It's Time to Light the Lights: Case Bridge to be Illuminated as Part of The Wharf Project

calendar icon April 8, 2015

Roughly a year before Hoffman-Madison Waterfront delivers the bulk of its Southwest Waterfront overhaul known as The Wharf, the development team, with the District, will flip the switch and turn on the lights.

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The Wharf’s First Residential Building To Deliver in 2017

calendar icon March 17, 2015

The first residential building at the Wharf, a 3.2 million-square-foot, $2 billion redevelopment on the Southwest Waterfront from developers PN Hoffman and Madison Marquette, will deliver in 2017.

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Hoffman-Madison Waterfront Opens Commercial Leasing at $2B Wharf Waterfront Development

calendar icon Nov. 19, 2014

Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, the developers of the $2 billion, world-class Wharf waterfront community in Southwest Washington, D.C., announced last week that leasing is now open for two of the office buildings included in Phase One of the development.

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Southwest Waterfront: Born of Change, About to Change Again

calendar icon Nov. 7, 2014

In the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood in the District, you can easily walk or bicycle to the water’s edge, shops, Metro station, library and playground. Residential streets are peaceful and tree-lined. Squirrels dash across sidewalks and birds chirp.

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CoStar: District’s Smallest Quadrant Expected to See Big Growth in Offices, Apartments

calendar icon Oct. 26, 2014

The Southwest quadrant of the District is often overlooked for commercial real estate development. It is by far the smallest quadrant within D.C., and development has been slow over the past two decades.

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Three People Creating the New Washington

calendar icon Aug. 29, 2014

Jackhammers pound away at the asphalt. Buildings from previous generations — deemed too old or too small — tumble into rubble. Almost everywhere, it seems, cranes tower overhead, a sign of dramatic new things to come.

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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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