Wharf Pier To Include Office Complex Overlooking Potomac In Washington D.C.
Extending 260 feet into the Potomac River, Pier 4 will offer tenants panoramic views of the Washington Channel and nearly the entire length of a bustling Wharf Street.
According to company officials, the 28,000-square-foot Class-A building boasts views of the Potomac River and looks over The Wharf and active waterways to the north. Building amenities include up to 12' ceiling heights, private covered outdoor terraces, a bike storage room with lockable racks, and a changing room with shower. The lobby's double-height entry has polished concrete flooring, exposed steel beam architectural component, and a grand natural wood feature wall. Typical column bays are 20' by 30', providing users with spectacular view corridors and natural light. Additionally, the building is designed to LEED Gold Core and Shell standards.
The first floor is fully leased, and availability remains on the upper two floors including 10,000 square feet on the second floor with a private 900-square-foot covered terrace, and 6,500 square feet on the third floor with a spectacular 3,000-square-foot private outdoor terrace.
"There simply will be no other office building anywhere in the country that will offer the views, amenities, design features and architectural distinction of the Wharf," said Amer Hammour, Chairman of Madison Marquette. "In many ways, Pier 4 is a landmark of this transformative project, overlooking the Potomac River in the middle of one of the largest urban redevelopment programs in Washington's history?."
"In a city as storied as our Nation's Capital, it is rare to encounter office space that can offer something truly new to the market. Being directly on the water, and being immersed in the activity along The Wharf are an experience that simply can't be offered anywhere else in the city," said Monty Hoffman, Founder & CEO of PN Hoffman. "In addition to the unparalleled location, tenants will find superior quality in Pier 4's light-filled space that has integrated cutting-edge connectivity and all of the hallmarks of contemporary trophy office space."
The Wharf is a $2 billion, world-class, mixed-use waterfront development located on the Washington Channel Situated along the District of Columbia's Southwest Waterfront, The Wharf is adjacent to the National Mall with a development area that stretches nearly one mile, across 24 acres of land and 50 acres of water from the Municipal Fish Market to Fort McNair. When complete, The Wharf will feature more than three million square feet of new residential, office, hotel, retail, cultural, marina, and public uses including waterfront parks, promenades, piers, and docks, all showcased via their commitment to year round waterfront programming. The first phase of The Wharf will open on October 12, 2017.
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