Wharf Developer Plans Live/Work Loft Development in Downtown DC

  • September 11th 2023

by UrbanTurf Staff

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Rendering of 700 11th Street NW. Click to enlarge.

A new live-work concept has been pitched for a downtown DC office building. 

Madison Highland Live/Work Lofts, a partnership between Wharf developer Madison Marquette and Highland Square Holdings, has plans in the works to convert the 12-story office building at 700 11th Street NW (map) into a new development with 239 live/work lofts. 

The concept is essentially loft-style apartments that can be rented as an apartment, an office or a live/work space. The company has two similar projects in the works in Merrifield and Bailey's Crossroads. 

In addition to converting the building for live/work units, Madison Highland plans to create a new amenity space on the penthouse level. Lessard Design is the architect of record. 

700 11th Street NW has been vacant since last year when law firm Williams & Connolly completed its move down to The Wharf. Developer Hines reached an agreement around the time of the move to effectively give the building back to its lender. 

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