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Southwest D.C. Surge — A Waterfront and Wharf Update

Why Office Tenants, Apartment Renters, And Retailers Are Moving To D.C.’s Smallest Quadrant

Event Ended On: Wednesday March 11 2020

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Events Speakers and Panels

Meet Hoffman & Associates New CEO — Hello, Mark Dorigan!

On Dorigan's New Role as Monty Hoffman Assumes Position as Chairman, and An Update on Wharf Phase II

SW DC Surge

Exploring the Market-Rate and Affordable Multifamily Opportunities, and Identifying the Quadrant's Hottest Tenants

Scott Hoffman

Scott Hoffman

Vice Chairman, Savills
Christopher Donald

Christopher Donald

Interim Executive Director, DC Housing Finance Agency
Holly Hull

Holly Hull

VP, Republic Properties Corporation

Nina Albert

Vice President, Real Estate & Parking, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)

Josh Posnick

Managing Director, Mill Creek Residential
Whitney Loke

Whitney Loke

Principal, HYL Architecture
Nick Mills
Moderator

Nick Mills

Analyst, CoStar Group

Opening Remarks

Charles Allen
Supporting Developer's Reinvestment in SW DC's Waterfront

Charles Allen

Councilmember, Ward 6, District of Columbia
Kevin Reynolds
Opening Remarks

Kevin Reynolds

EVP, United Bank

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Registration, Networking, & Breakfast
9:00 AM
9:10 AM
Opening Remarks: Charles Allen
9:10 AM
9:25 AM
Opening Interview: Hello, Mark Dorigan!
On His New Role and An Update on the Wharf Phase II
9:25 AM
9:30 AM
Quick Break!
9:30 AM
10:30 AM
SW DC Surge
Exploring the Market-Rate and Affordable Multifamily Opportunities, and Identifying the Quadrant's Hottest Tenants
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater

1101 6th Street SW
Washington, DC 20024

Floor/Ballroom: The Molly Smith Study – Just inside of the main entrance on 6th street

Parking Information: Valet - None Available
Self - 1100 4th St SW
1 Hr: $14
All Day: $25

(Once Garage is Full)
1101 4th St. SW
1 Hr: $14
All Day: $25

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Event Summary

All eyes are on Southwest DC when it comes to discussing development trends in the DC region!

Once an industrial hotbed on the waterfront, Southwest DC was torn down and rebuilt in the 1950s. Today, Southwest DC breathes another unique quality in comparison to other DC neighborhoods - its distinct sense of culture. From top restauranteurs opening new dining opportunities, to Arena Stage, the Smithsonian and the Spy Museum, public libraries and more, Southwest

is slowly becoming DC's ultimate live-work-play destination. From the success of the Wharf Phase I and the incredible potential of Phase II, to the National Mall to the north, Southwest DC pulls approximately 16 million visitors a year — and the numbers are steadily increasing. Top office tenants, including Williams & Connolly, are leaving the downtown core for new opportunities in SW. What other major companies

will soon follow suit?

Join the fun on Twitter with hashtag #BisnowDC and don't forget to follow @BisnowDC! For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our DC event producer, Elizabeth Baker, at liz.baker@bisnow.com

  1. Which developers are leading the neighborhood's rapid transformation?
  2. What are the unique historic and competitive advantages of this quadrant of the District?
  3. How can SW DC's burgeoning restaurant scene attract more tenants, tourists, and residents to move to SW?
  4. Following in the footsteps of Williams & Connolly, what major tenants are looking to move to SW?
  5. How are city officials and private developers working together to ensure the development of affordable housing in SW DC?

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