The southwest waterfront is house to one among D.C.’s largest improvement tasks, and it’s set to be full this 12 months. 

News4 obtained an unique have a look at Part 2 of improvement at The Wharf and an replace on the way forward for the fish market after Captain White’s Seafood left in November. 

On a tour of the realm, Monty Hoffman, co-developer of The Wharf, identified totally different kinds of structure that may come collectively. 

“We did this to make it loads of texture, make it genuine, so it doesn’t look cookie cutter,” Hoffman mentioned. “You will expertise this particularly within the night when it is lit, it should be breathtaking.”

Part 1 of improvement has been open since 2017 and has confirmed to be a preferred vacation spot. Building on Part 2 started in March 2019, earlier than the pandemic hit. 

“We had all these visions, and plans after which Covid got here,” Hoffman mentioned. “Provide disruptions that you simply hear about… We stayed on schedule.”

Part 2 will embrace greater than a dozen new eating places and a brand new luxurious lodge. New York Metropolis’s well-liked Philippe Chow will open a waterfront eatery. Additionally coming are Mason’s Well-known Lobster Rolls, the burger restaurant Fortunate Buns, the chocolate store Kilwins and Scissors & Scotch, the place you’ll have the ability to get a haircut and a drink on the identical time.

Residential models are coming too, with waterfront views. 

Hoffman mentioned he is aware of a standard gripe about The Wharf: that there’s not sufficient parking. He mentioned an answer is on the best way. 

“It is a mixture of including one other thousand areas, plus facilitating the water taxis coming out and in, our bikes, Uber, drop-offs — working all of the logistics to herald and out individuals safely,” he mentioned.

Hoffman revealed what’s going to go in Captain White’s outdated house on the fish market; Jessie Taylor Seafood will broaden. 

“We wish to refortify these piers for the subsequent a number of generations to return,” he mentioned. “It is going to be Jessie Taylor increasing, and we’re really speaking to a few others, however it’s going to all be seafood.”

Part 2 of The Wharf is scheduled to open in October. 


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