As the biggest neighborhood development in the history of our nation's capital, District Wharf is redefining Washington, DC, as a waterfront city. The Waterfront Development team is restoring a fish market that is 2 centuries old, creating nearly 1,400 residences, relocating a 127-year-old yacht club, setting up 3 unique hotels, designing and building a 6,000-person-capacity concert hall and conference center, and constructing four public piers. This extensive mixed-use development will cause a shift in the entire city's landscape, as all of these new destinations will be linked by a waterside promenade with more than 75 restaurants and shops extending along a mile of waterfront.
The hotels that will be introduced to the area are Canopy by Hilton, Hyatt House, and InterContinental. The Canopy by Hilton is a modern, boutique hotel promising awe-inspiring views of the city. The Hyatt House, an extended stay hotel, offers services, amenities, upscale spaces, and a casual, comfortable environment that reminds guests of home. Lastly, the InterContinental is a luxury hotel that will showcase a unique blend of contemporary style, class sophistication, and sustainable design—boasting various ways for guests to relax while visiting.
Along with these new hotels for which tourists and visitors can come enjoy DC, the stunning new homes at The Wharf are redefining waterfront living. From luxurious condos for sale to amenity-rich apartments for rent, these residences offer spectacular views of the Potomac River and national monuments. At the ground level of these different structures is a mile long stretch of restaurants and shops which residents or tourists can enjoy on their visit to The Wharf.