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The Wharf’s Phase Two Is Opening With Over 20 New Spots

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New additions to The Wharf include The Pendry Hotel, two Gordon Ramsay restaurants and new offices for The Atlantic. Rendering via Hoffman Madison Waterfront.

After three years, construction on Phase 2 of The Wharf is nearing completion. The $3.6 billion development will transform the Southwest waterfront, best known for its previously unremarkable fish market, into a coveted live workplay destination, first in his 2017 debuted. Parts of Phase 2 are still under construction, but the area will officially open to the public at a celebration on October 12th.

Visitors can walk a mile-long path that stretches from the outdoor fish market to the newly constructed addition.In the process, they will find 20 new tenants. Nearly all of the space in Phase 2 has been leased, says Monty Hoffman, founder and chairman of Hoffman & Associates, which developed The Wharf with commercial real estate group Madison Market. Hoffman is also currently developing another versatile project at Buzzard Point.

A view of some of the Phase 2 office space (two buildings on the left), the Pendry Hotel (middle right) and The Tides Apartment (far right). Rendering via Pendry Hotel, Washington DC – The Wharf.

Wharf newcomers include DC’s first Pendry Hotel, Amaris luxury condominium, The Tides Apartment Complex, two Gordon Ramsay restaurants, Blank Street Coffee, the first DC location of New York-based Mediterranean restaurant Limani, and Includes another Lucky Buns outpost.

Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurant is set to open before the end of the year.Rendering by Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen.

While many of the new additions won’t launch until 2023, The Tides is open and rented out to residents. The Pendry Hotel’s official opening date is his November 1st, and the Amaris and Gordon Ramsay spots are expected to open before the end of the year.Employee has not moved yet atlantic Or the new offices of the Freedom Forum, but the new headquarters of the law firm Williams & Connolly is open. Pharmaceutical industry groups are also opening offices in new developments, Hoffman says.

Many of Wharf’s new sites are attractive. Away from Pendry’s marble lobby, visitors can find her Pendry, a cozy upscale bar complete with velvet seating, a curved bar with mirrored backsplash, and a fireplace. increase. There is also a Latin-influenced restaurant called Flora Flora overlooking the pool and a Japanese-influenced bar-restaurant called Moonraker on the penthouse level with his 360-degree views of the city. . The Pendry Hotel’s levels are cantilevered, and his Tides apartment next door is terraced, so neither obstructs the other’s waterfront views.

Bar Pendry at the Pendry Hotel. Rendering via Pendry Hotel, Washington DC – The Wharf.
Flora Flora is the Pendry Hotel’s Latin-inspired restaurant. Rendering via Pendry Hotel, Washington DC – The Wharf.
Moonraker has a circular bar and 360-degree views of the city. Rendering via Pendry Hotel, Washington DC – The Wharf.

On the other hand, Amaris’ home base $12 million penthouse— Features an Olympic-sized indoor saltwater pool, treatment rooms for massages and facials, apartments for guests, and a lift for cars. (Just step into the street-level elevator and the valet will park you in the basement garage.) The glass siding is curved by a process called cold warping, giving it a Watergate-esque structure and maximizing the view. More than half of the 96 units have been sold, according to Hoffman.

Also, not all are condominiums. Upscale Chinese restaurant Phillip His Chow has its first location on the bottom floor of Amaris outside of New York, where you’ll also find Blank His Street His Coffee.

Amaris comes with 96 units. Rendering via Hoffman Madison Waterfront.
Each Amaris condo has its own outdoor terrace. Rendering via Hoffman Madison Waterfront.
Olympic-sized saltwater pool. Rendering via Hoffman Madison Waterfront.
Restaurant Philippe Chow opens its first location outside New York on the bottom floor of Amaris. Rendered by Merchants Hospitality.

In addition, The Wharf added additional marina space, slipping in by the waterfront Limani restaurant, where Hoffman says he hopes to one day see the superyacht docked. Added a refueling center for boats and a clubhouse where liveaboards can shower and wash.

That’s not to say the expansion is exclusively high-end. “A lot of this is a contrasting experience,” says Hoffman. There are kayaks for rent near the moored yachts, from Bartaco and Slice of Matchbox (matchbox spin off) turn to fast casual. And more than 50 percent of his units at The Tides are marked as affordable housing, according to Hoffman-Madison Waterfront officials.

Some new stretches As well as green spaces, there are public gathering spots like The Grove, an outdoor section with a gas fire pit and stage outside Pendry. Outdoor chandeliers and lampposts with lampshade-like tops are meant to blur the line between indoor and outdoor living, says Hoffmann. “The whole idea is to bring people together to socialize, connect, and make spaces more intimate and livable than large, grandiose civic spaces.”

The Wharf will celebrate both the grand opening of the second phase expansion and the fifth anniversary of the completion of the first phase. October 12thGuests can expect pop-up entertainment, live music on The Wharf pier, Wharf Business specials, and fireworks.

Here’s the full list of all the new spots coming in The Wharf’s Phase 2 expansion:

  • Pendry Hotel (including Bar Pendry, Flora Flora and Moonraker)
  • The Tides Apartment
  • Amaris Condominium
  • blank street coffee
  • Baltaco
  • easy company
  • georgetown optician
  • goddard school
  • gordon ramsay hell’s kitchen
  • Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
  • Kilwyn’s Chocolate & Ice Cream
  • Kinfolk Southern Kitchen
  • Limani
  • lucky buns
  • Masons Famous Lobster Roll
  • milk & honey cafe
  • Philip by Philip Chow
  • Scissors & Scotch
  • piece of matchbox
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Featuring Mimi Montgomery Washington faction 2018. He has written for The Washington Post, Garden & Gun, Outside Magazine, Washington City Paper, DCist, and PoPVille. Originally from North Carolina, Dell now lives in Ray.

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