The Wharf

Project Details

The Wharf stands as a dynamic mixed-use development situated on the Southwest Waterfront of Washington, D.C. Encompassing the iconic Maine Avenue Fish Market, The Wharf boasts an array of over 80 restaurants and shops, along with four hotels and a vibrant community of residents and workers. Situated near the intersection of M Street Landing and the curve of the Washington Channel, an impressive expanse unfolds, adorned with eye-catching plank ironspot brick pavers encircling a newly constructed boardwalk. The choice of clay brick pavers serves as a testament to enduring quality in a project destined to become a timeless landmark in Washington, D.C. for generations to come. For this project, Potomac Valley Brick supplied 4x12xs2-1/4 Dark Ironspot Plank Pavers from Endicott.


Washington, DC


Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc

Masonry Contractors:

Imperial Stone Paving





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Fun Fact

Opened in 1805, The Municipal Fish Market is the oldest continuously operating open-air fish market in the United States, 17 years older than New York City’s Fulton Fish Market.

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