Hilton and Hyatt Pair on 413-key Hotel at The Wharf

Hilton and Hyatt Pair on 413-key Hotel at The Wharf

Hotel brands Hilton and Hyatt are partnering to bring a 413-key, nearly 300,000 square-foot hotel to The Wharf in Southwest D.C. With the previously announced 275-room InterContinental Hotel by Carr Hospitality, the Hyatt-Hilton proposal marks the completion of The Wharf’s Phase I hotel deals.

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The dual-branded venture will include both a lifestyle brand hotel (a 120,000-square-foot, 175-key Canopy by Hilton) and an extended-stay hotel (a 145,000-square-foot, 238-key Hyatt House ) with 30,000 square feet of street-level retail and restaurant space between Maine Avenue and Wharf Street. There will be two levels of underground parking.

“We are excited about introducing our Canopy by Hilton brand to the Washington region and believe this is a perfect addition to The Wharf’s long-term vision of creating an urban neighborhood on the D.C. waterfront,” said Christopher J. Nassetta, president and CEO of Hilton Worldwide, in a press release.

SmithGroup JJR is designing the hotels. Current estimates are for a Fall 2017 opening.

Phase I of The Wharf is creating 200,000 square feet of retail, 435,000 square feet of office, a 140,000 square-foot cultural/performing arts project, 520,000 square feet for 648 units of apartments, 275,000 square feet for 240 units of condos, 500,000 square feet with 680 keys for rooms in three new  hotels, and 1,600 parking spaces.

Featured Image: Rendering of the new Hyatt and Hilton dual-branded hotel at The Wharf. Image courtesy of The Wharf. 

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