The Wharf DC

In fall of 2022, on the five-year anniversary of The Wharf’s grand opening, developer Hoffman-Madison Waterfront celebrated the completion of the $3.6 billion Washington, D.C., neighborhood, which extends from the Municipal Fish Market to Fort McNair. The Wharf features 3.5 million square feet of development including residences, offices, hotels, shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, cultural uses, marinas, and public spaces including waterfront parks, promenades and piers.

The Wharf Overview


Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, LLC; Madison-Hoffman-Marquette


Phase I: Handel Architects, WDG and Rafael Vinoly Architects (per project)

Phase II: The Wharf Master Planner, Master Architect: Perkins Eastman

Parcels 6, 7 & 8: ShoP Architects & WDG Architecture

Parcel 9: Rafael Vinoly Architects

Public spaces & Marina: STUDIOS Architecture, Hollwich Kushner, S9 Architecture, Wolf | Josey and Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates


Clark Construction, Balfour Beatty Construction (per project)


From the $400's to $4M


Completed September 2022


The Wharf, Southwest Waterfront, Washington DC 20024


Wharf Delivery: 201y to 2022


Final Residential Delivery: 2023

Amaris | Parcel 9

The most coveted condos at The Wharf: Delivery in 2023

About Amaris | Parcel 9

The Wharf DC

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The Wharf Project Details

The Wharf Overview

Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, LLC’s Wharf Phase 1 mixed-use project is pedestrian, transit and water-oriented. Phase I includes a 19-acre, mixed-use community featuring two residential buildings, a Class-A office building, a yacht club, two parks, and a parking garage. Residential will include a 501-unit apartment building with a music hall located on the first five levels. An additional residential building will offer 147 apartment units and 134 condominiums. The building will feature a rooftop amenity space with an infinity pool and private terraces for top floor condo owners. The 225,000 SF, Class-A office building will feature decorative steel arches that will connect to the adjacent buildings. The Capital Yacht Club will be built on a pier over the Washington Channel and will offer 98 marina slips. A 700,000 SF parking garage, with two below-grade levels, will supply 2,500 parking spaces to the community. Two small buildings will be built on piers. The grade of the site is being raised by reconstructing 1,600 linear-feet of bulkhead along the Washington Channel. Clark relocated several thousand feet of water, sewer, electrical, and telecommunications lines, which service the Southwest community. Clark Interiors is renovating the existing Channel Inn. The two residential buildings and Capital Yacht Club are designed for LEED Silver certification. Completion of Phase I took place in 2018.

The Wharf Phase Breakdown

The phases of The Wharf development

Phase 1: Approx. 1.5 million SF of development including 1,200 residential units, 400,000 SF of office space, a 278-room luxury Intercontinental Hotel by Carr Hospitality, 200,000 SF of retail and 100,000 SF of cultural activity space along with 12+ acres of parks and public space. The Wharf began Phase I construction in March 2014. LAND SIDE • The Wharf • Maine Avenue SW sidewalk • Mews • Below-grade parking • Surface parking / Flexible Use Area • District pier • 7th Street Park • Waterfront Park • Piazza PARCEL 2 • Multi-use music & cutural venue • Two residential towers • Co-gen power facility • Retail PARCEL 3 • Office • Hotel • Retail PARCEL 4 • Residential (Rental) • Residential (condo) • retail PARCEL 11 • Church • Residential WATERSIDE • Capital yacht club • Transit pavilion • Dock master building Maine Avenue becomes an urban boulevard with 24-hour parallel curb parking. 10-foot wide, bi-directional, grade-separated bike path to the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail, connecting cyclists with the 14th Street Bridge and the National Mall. District Pier, organized around an open, glass-covered central plaza, will be the main connection to the waterfront for pedestrians from the L’Enfant Plaza Metro Station. Southwest Waterfront is both a recreation, sports and tourist venue and residential neighborhood in the SW quadrant of Washington DC. The smallest of Washington’s four quadrants, only Southwest and Bellevue make up the quadrant. Bounded by I-395 (north), Washington Channel (west), Anacostia River (south), and South Capitol Street (east).

The Wharf Phase II Update

The final phase of The Wharf is completing

The Wharf Phase II adds an additional 1.15 million square feet of mixed-use development, including the Amaris (Parcel 9) condominium which is delivering in early 2023, restaurants including Hell's Kitchen, retail, office space and marina. Also planned are parks and public spaces spanning approximate one half-mile of waterfront. Phase II opened at the end of 2022.

  • Parcels 6-7: Office Buildings
  • Parcel 8: Apartments/Hotel
  • Parcel 9: Luxury Condominiums
  • Parcel 10: Office Building
  • Retail and Restaurant
  • Marina
  • M Street Landing

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