In a prominent DC location which includes both entertainment spots and close proximity to regulatory authorities, there’s a perfect balance of work and play.
1000 Maine is the most prominent building at The Wharf, a $2 billion, world-class, mixed-use waterfront community in the District of Columbia’s Southwest Waterfront. The Wharf offers a true mix of uses with residences, retail, hotel, restaurants, and offices, plus a mix of waterside spaces, entertainment and activities.
This is Washington’s great meeting place, where the excitement of the water’s edge meets a mixed-use neighborhood of commerce and innovation. This is an amazing place to conduct business. There are three hotels (Intercontinental, Hilton Canopy and Hyatt House) for visitors and meeting spaces, plus Wharf Hall, a 140,000 SF cultural center with capacity for conference seating for 3,200 people and dinner seating for 1,200 people. The Wharf also offers a diverse array of restaurants, beautiful public spaces, myriad fitness options, and more, all in an unparalleled waterfront location in the heart of the nation’s capital.
Access & Connectivity
The Wharf is one of the most uniquely connected and accessible neighborhoods in Washington DC. Metro and VRE are within easy walking distance – it’s a four minute walk to the Green line at the Waterfront Metro stop, and under a 10 minute walk to L’Enfant Plaza, serving the Green, Yellow, Blue, Orange, and Silver Metro lines, plus VRE regional trains. The Wharf will launch its own shuttle running every 15-20 minutes in a loop to L’Enfant Plaza and the National Mall. Vehicular access is amazing – just off 395 and the 14th Street Bridge – and direct access from 7th, 10th and M Streets, as well as Maine Avenue. There is ample parking in underground garages onsite. Reagan International Airport and Union Station are both a ten minute drive away. The Wharf also offers dedicated bike paths, water taxi and ferry services.