Ground design

New apartments open at the Wharf

The redevelopment of the Washington Channel waterfront in the southwest has brought music venues, restaurants, shopping, marinas, piers, parks and dockside activities, which continues to add entertainment options. lodging.

The Tides, a new apartment building from Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, the development partnership behind the wharf, will add 13,000 square feet of additional retail space on the ground floor as well as 255 apartments to the neighborhood. The ground floor will include a restaurant and a branch of Goddard School, an early education provider.

Designed by ODA New York with a geometric design that recedes and recedes to resemble tidal water, the building is the only rental at the dock that includes waterfront terraces. Three penthouse units in the building have private terraces and 73 of the apartments have private outdoor spaces.

The 12-story building features market-priced units ranging from $2,149 for a 486-square-foot studio to $8,392 for a 964-square-foot one-bedroom penthouse with two bathrooms. A two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit of 1,259 square feet rents for $5,270. The Tides also offers apartments reserved for households with 30%, 60%, 100% and 120% of median family income, or $142,300 for 2022.

Apartment amenities include open floor plans, floor-to-ceiling windows, floors that look like wood, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, rolling kitchen islands, marble tile backsplashes, ceramic tiles, washers and dryers.

Building amenities include a fitness and wellness center with yoga studio, lounge with two-sided fireplace, wet bar, TV, and lounge areas; a second living room with a fireplace and games that opens onto a terrace with waterfront views and space for grilling, dining and relaxing; co-working spaces and a conference room with space for private calls.

Residents will also have access to concierge services, a self-service pass room, a complimentary coffee and tea bar, and parking with electric vehicle charging stations.