Groundbreaking has begun for PN Hoffman’s conversion of the Riverside Baptist Church at 680 Eye Street SW into a luxury 173-unit multi-family apartment building with ground-floor retail. The project is located directly across from The Wharf.
In October 2017, the first phase of The Wharf is scheduled to open. With the first phase nearing completion, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, the developer of The Wharf, announced the 11 architects and designers selected to design the second phase.
2016 brought a myriad of changes to Washington, D.C. Want to learn more about your community? This article from Curbed goes into detail about which projects in each Ward are truly changing their respective neighborhoods.
I.M.P. Productions, the parent company that owns D.C. establishments like the 9:30 Club, announced that a brand new music venue is on the way. The venue, called The Anthem, will open at Southwest Waterfront’s Wharf project on October 17 of this year.
The report examines any and all growth that have occurred in the past five years within a quarter-mile of the Metro’s Green Line stations. Metro’s Green Line has accounted for 48 percent of Washington, D.C.’s new households under 35 since 2010.
There were quite a few big developments that occurred in 2016 that are worth remembering. As 2017 comes closer, it's finally time to anticipate the big and beautiful projects expected to make their debut after years of construction and planning.
While Washington, D.C. having the sixth most expensive rents in the nation might not seem like something to be proud of, there is a silver lining; rents for one-bedroom unit have dropped 3.2 percent overall in the past year.
For the first time for D.C., an office building is being built on a pier. This development, known as Pier 4, is part of the $2 billion, mixed-use development, The Wharf, located in the Southwest Waterfront. The first floor is already fully leased.
D.C.’s $2 billion, mixed-use waterfront development, known as The Wharf, announced new details about two new apartment buildings that are expected to open in 2017. The Channel and Incanto are opening up registration for move-ins next year.
By this time next year, there will be a brand new water taxi system at The Wharf, the 24-acre, mixed-use project currently under construction in Southwest D.C. by developer PN Hoffman. Each boat will be able to hold up to 100 people.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! In honor of Micro Week, we're looking at the smallest studios.
For those who believe that they know just about everything about the city’s real estate and development, Curbed has created this quiz. This quiz goes over everything, from the city’s rental data to the development history to the house styles.
On Thursday, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser lit up the Francis Case Memorial Bridge as part of Hoffman-Madison Waterfront’s $2 billion development, known as The Wharf. The lighting project, designed by design firm Citelum, involved over 400 LED lights.
Between The Wharf and Nationals Park, there are plans to redevelop the St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church for a 221-unit, multifamily development. The developers also plan on constructing a brand new 16,000-square-foot St. Matthew’s Church.
In February 2016, the Shakespeare Theatre Co. (STC) filed plans to construct The Bard, a mixed-use development that will house residential units, offices, classes, and artist studios. Other benefits for local schools include twice-weekly workshops.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $1,500/month.