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Sneak Peek: Crews, Cranes Busy Preparing The Wharf for Opening Day

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The project has taken a lot of work, and has been in motion for more than a decade. "It was actually four acts of Congress as well as seven council votes," developer Marty Hoffman said.
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Over 2,000 construction workers are speeding to finish The Wharf ahead of it's Oct. 12 opening. "They're racing 24/7 right now," Hoffman said.
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With The Wharf comes the opening of dozens of new restaurants, including a new location for Hank's Oyster Bar.
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Pearl Street will be the center for nightlife, featuring at least two music venues. "It's like a village. That's what we're creating here," Hoffman said.
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The Pearl Street Warehouse will serve up food and drinks alongside folk, rock and Americana music.
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The Anthem is the biggest venue on The Wharf by far. It will hold up to 6,000 people.
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The piers will be public spaces, allowing for concerts and other fun out on the water.
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If you own a boat, you can dock it at The Wharf. Water taxis and a Wharf Jitney will allow the public to come by water, too.
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The development has apartments and hotels, too.
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Construction continues ahead of opening.
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