President, PN Hoffman
In the summer of 2017, Monty Hoffman, one of the city’s leading urban developers, relocated his company’s offices to The Wharf, the new $2.5 billion complex on the water’s edge of the Washington Channel of the Potomac River. The move made sense: PN Hoffman, his company with partner Madison Marquette, had almost completed the first phase of The Wharf’s construction, including apartments, offices, restaurants and commercial spaces. The New York Times reported that the project had returned the decaying waterfront to life. If it were Hoffman’s only project he would already have left his mark on Washington. But the company he started in 1993 with a single townhouse conversion has been a market leader in the city’s urban transformation.