The Wharf is one of Washington DC’s largest redevelopment projects, transforming the underutilized Southwest Waterfront into the premier urban destination. The history of the Waterfront dates back to the 18th Century, notorious for the Maine Avenue Fish Market–the oldest operating open-air fish market in the United States. The newly redeveloped Wharf will encompass 24 acres of land along one mile of the historic Washington Channel, paralleling the Potomac River. The maritime community will be bike, boat and pedestrian-friendly, and a commercial hotspot, attracting big businesses, national retailers and restaurants. The economic revitalization plan will transition the area into a vibrant, mixed-use community center with high-quality entertainment venues, parks, a 450-slip marina, and a riverfront promenade with public access to the Channel. Connecting the city to its waters, the Wharf will link the built environment to its surrounding natural context.
Incanto’s lobby welcomes residents with natural materials including split face stone and natural wood which can be found throughout the site. The building houses modern amenities, including a state of the art fitness center and an intimate sophisticated clubroom. The outdoor sun deck can be directly accessed from the lounge where residents can enjoy the gas grilles, dining and picnic tables, as well as comfortable lounge seating. Incanto’s location in The Wharf takes advantage of unparalleled luxuries, such as essential neighborhood shops, exciting nightlife, dynamic music venues, and access to a lively waterfront.
Full interior design services for 12-story, 372,000-gsf luxury residential building with 150 rental units and 112 condominiums. Scope includes design of lobbies, public areas, corridors, and model units.