Construction Starts on Massive Mixed-Use Development On the D.C. Waterfront

Aerial Rendering of the Project. (Courtesy Perkins Eastman)

Aerial Rendering of the Project. (Courtesy Perkins Eastman)

After  nearly a decade of planning, a $2 billion, three-million-square-foot mixed-use development is underway on Washington D.C.’s Southwest waterfront. In March, construction started on Phase 1 of The Wharf, a project that is being developed by Hoffman-Madison Waterfront and designed by Perkins-Eastman. The new neighborhood will have marinas, green space, entertainment venues, and plenty of retail, residential, and hotel space.

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