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Progress on The Wharf’s Phase 2 is moving quickly. Stay informed about the latest project news and updates as we work toward completing The Wharf in 2022.

Hoffman-Madison Waterfront Reveals Name and Design for The Wharfs Newest Condominiums

calendar icon Sept. 29, 2020

The Wharf will add a unique building to D.C.’s skyline with the construction of a 12-story, high-end condo. The condominium development, to be called Amaris — Latin for “you are loved” — is designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, whose recent projects include 432 Park Avenue in Manhattan, currently the world’s tallest occupied all-residential building.

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The Wharf Awarded the 2020 CNU Grand Prize Charter Award

calendar icon June 9, 2020

The Wharf received the 2020 Grand Prize Charter Award from the Congress for New Urbanism, highlighting its success at re-establishing DC as a true waterfront city and adding a major destination along with affordable housing.

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Washington Is the Most Exciting Food City in America

calendar icon Dec. 17, 2019

Despite hype from such places as L.A. and N.Y.C., Bloomberg declares that the nation’s capital is the town everyone should pay attention to, highlighting exciting new offerings at The Wharf including Fabio Trabocchi's Del Mar and Cathal Armstrong's Kaliwa.

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The Wharf Selects DPR as Contractor for Phase 2

calendar icon Nov. 26, 2019

WASHINGTON DC – Hoffman & Associates and Madison Marquette‘s joint-venture partnership, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront has selected a contractor for its co-development, The Wharf. DPR Construction will serve as the fourth and final contractor for Phase Two of the waterfront development in Washington DC.

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The Wharf Lands $847M Construction Loan For Phase 2

calendar icon Sept. 27, 2019

The development team behind The Wharf has landed its second $800M-plus loan this year.  Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, a partnership of Hoffman & Associates, Madison Marquette and PSP Investments, announced Thursday it obtained an $847M construction loan for The Wharf's second phase. Goldman Sachs led the syndicate, along with Starwood Capital Group, Mack Real Estate Group and Pentagon Federal Credit Union. Eastdil Secured brokered the deal. 

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