Completion of The Wharf expected by Oct. 12 By Mike Goodman Following more than a decade of planning and development, and four years of operation, The Wharf is expected to be substantially completed by October 12, 2022—five years from the date that the first phase opened. Once completed, the waterfront will feature more than 75 […]
By Southwester Staff A new mixed-use development at 1000 Fourth Street, SW broke ground on December 13. When completed in winter 2023, the 12 story, 400,000 square foot Waterfront Station II will include residences, a performing arts or theater space, AppleTree Public Charter School and a neighborhood restaurant by Good Company Doughnuts, along with additional […]
Top two photos courtesy of Perry Klein. The Riverside Baptist Church at 7th and Maine Ave. SW has been undergoing demolition in preparation for the construction of their new church and an adjoining high-rise apartment building. PN Hoffman is the developer.
Officials from Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, developer of The Wharf, the $2 billion, mile-long neighborhood located on DC’s Southwest waterfront, today introduced DC’s first office building to be built on a pier. With Pier 4’s delivery in 2017, The Wharf continues to activate Washington, DC’s waterfront in ways that had been previously unimagined. Extending 260 feet into […]
Photo caption: Brett Ford, Rachel Mariman, and Naomi Mitchell at the new Little Free Library outside the Randall Community Center. Ford is with Sasha Bruce, which runs programs at Randall. Mariman is the new Ward 6 liaison at the Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and Services, and Mitchell is Councilmember Allen’s community liaison. Photo courtesy […]
As seen on The Little Quadrant that Could blog. (Visit http://www.swtlqtc.com for more info.) Renderings courtesy of PN Hoffman. Last week, the Zoning Commission took final action to give approval to Riverside Baptist Church’s consolidated PUD. A new sanctuary for Riverside will be built at 7th Street and Maine Avenue while PN Hoffman will build […]
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church, a fixture in Washington, DC’s Southwest community since 1965, has announced a new phase of life in its neighborhood. St. Augustine’s Rector Martha Clark noted, “We are beginning a period as a ‘church without walls’ while we await the construction of our new church on its original site at 6th and […]