Forming a terminus to a row of buildings in The Wharf development of Washington D.C., this mixed-use residential building with a unique form that maximizes views, allows daylight deep within each residential unit, and creates a recognizable and distinctive form along the Potomac River waterfront. The building overlooks the new M Street Landing Park, The Wharf’s new central public space.

The building form positively impacts units on the interior. The stepped façade along the east and west elevations creates a unified building expression and allows maximum flexibility of interior unit layouts. In addition, a curved-glass guardrail system along continuous balconies facilitates unobstructed views out of the unit. The largest residences are situated along the north and south ends of the tower, with their dramatically sloped glazing and views of the Potomac River, Washington Monument, and Jefferson Memorial.


Location: Washington DC, USA
Service: Tech & Supervision