Monday, May 15, 2017

Apartments Begin Leasing at District Wharf

Pre-leasing began today for The Channel and Incanto apartments at District Wharf. The Channel is located at 950 Maine Avenue and is the larger of the two buildings at 501 units, but the average unit size is smaller – 667 square feet. In fact, several of the units are classified as micro units, with movable islands and other built-in furniture. Units have concrete floors (carpets in bedrooms) and exposed concrete ceilings, barn doors, open kitchens, and floor-to-ceiling windows in select units. Units on the 11th and 12th floors have upgraded appliances, fixtures, and flooring. While the units are smaller, the common areas are massive, highlighted by the Wharf Club, an elevated one-acre park/amenity space on the 6th floor. The open space is on the roof of The Anthem – the infinity pool on the roof has acrylic panels on the bottom that overlook the lobby of the concert venue. Other amenities include cabanas and deck chairs overlooking the pool, dog run, community garden, a grassy area for relaxation, bocce courts, grilling area, party room, library lounge, and a two-story fitness center. 

Outdoor gathering area
Fitness center

Lounge area
Studio apartment rendering

Infinity pool

Cabanas by pool area

Incanto is located at 770 Maine Avenue and contains 175 units. Unit finishes are more upscale, including European style cabinetry, white quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, Kohler fixtures, Bosch washers & dryers, plank flooring, and Elfa® closet systems. Project amenities are less comprehensive than at The Channel, but residents will be able to purchase membership to the Wharf Club. Amenities within the building include a fitness center, resident lounge with kitchenette, a landscaped courtyard with fire pit, and access-controlled bike storage. Both buildings have affordable units set aside at various AMI levels. Move-ins will occur at both buildings this summer. 

Exterior of Incanto

Lobby area
Elevator lobby

Unit rendering 1
Unit rendering 2

Renderings courtesy of Hoffman Madison Waterfront


Anonymous said...

N.Y. City real estate incipient implosion (DC to follow after bond markets collapse):

Unknown said...

Thanks for all of the updates on your blog. Do you have any recent information about the Randall School development? I saw this on the Blind Whino Twitter feed.

SWill said...

@Ben: That tweet is probably referring to the addition of Lowe Enterprises as the new developer. The PUD still needs to be extended and Lowe will re-submit with some changes. Abatement will probably start in 2018 with construction beginning in 2019.