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Rendering of new condos coming to 600 Water Street in SW Waterfront

by Prince Of Petworth July 9, 2014 at 3:55 pm 7 Comments

Rendering courtesy of Interface Multimedia

From a press release:

“PN Hoffman (PNH), a developer of urban mixed-use properties and communities across the Washington Metropolitan Area, announced today its plans to redevelop the St Augustine’s Church site in Southwest next to The Wharf project providing a new Church facing Maine Ave. and an adjoining condominium building of 108 units.

Across from Arena Stage, the newly created condo residences called 600 Water Street will adjoin an expansive new park overlooking the water. The 105,000 square foot residential building will consist of four floors plus generous penthouses with terraces. The residences include 94 parking spaces below grade, and will feature a variety of amenities, such as a residents’ club room equipped with a bar and kitchen, and a landscaped courtyard with fountains. Proximity to the waterfront and the series of restaurants and entertainment venues now under construction at The Wharf will provide neighborhood amenities.

“We are excited about working with the Church to reposition it for generations to come and creating new luxury residences for The Wharf neighborhood,” said Monty Hoffman, founder and CEO of PNH. “These residences will join the well-established and desirable Southwest neighborhood embracing a new and serene 3.5-acre park setting adjacent to the water. This neighborhood will enjoy an easy stroll along the shoreline to the more activated community of the Wharf between 7th Street and the timeless Fish Market.”

Construction on 600 Water Street is expected to take 20 months, with permits expected by late July. Sales are expected to begin in the second quarter of 2015.”

  • “The Maryland” released renderings of their condos recently as well, pretty sweet looking roof deck on that one.

  • Oh_Sweet_Thing

    Maybe it’s naive of me but I am just giddy-excited to see how the whole waterfront turns out. I LOVE being on the water, I can’t wait to go spend entire days hanging out down there!! (years and years and years from now, ha).

  • Cari

    Great looking, but I bet there won’t be any three bedrooms.

    • ET

      While I am sure there will be a few “affordable” units since this is a Hoffman/city government project (see http://www.swdcwaterfront.com/about/developmentteam.htm), I would be surprised if any of them were priced below $500,000 – for a one bedroom and over $600,000 for a two bedroom or one bedroom +den. And imagine the condo fees – likely between $500-$1000/month.

  • monkeyrotica

    SoWWat is blowing up! Literally. Also figuratively.


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