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The Waterview | Market Pulse | July 2023

Perched near the Potomac River in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood, The Waterview certainly lives up to its name. Upscale condominium apartments occupy the top half of an obelisk-like tower with the Meridien Hotel at the lower portion. Condo owners enjoy incredible views as well as full service hotel amenities.

Back on the market in July is a spectacular residence with an asking price of $6,950,000. Unit #2901 is a custom built penthouse that was constructed by Peterson & Collins and designed by Rina Yan. The 4,600 square foot residence with three bedrooms, three full baths, and two half-baths, offers the most incredible views from exposures on three sides, with panoramic views of the river, Key Bridge, Roosevelt Island, and all the way across to Georgetown. Also noteworthy is the gourmet kitchen with Clive Christian walnut cabinetry, double-thickness marble counters, and top of the line appliances.

Still available is Unit #2401, a Life at the Top listing with an asking price of $2,495,000. This high-end home in the sky has three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and 2,165 square feet of beautifully executed living space. Designed by Joseph Ireland with custom wall treatments, richly burnished floors, and full-height built-ins, the residence offers exquisite views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge, and Washington DC from virtually every room. A memorable owners’ suite features its own vestibule, an expansive wall of windows, a giant dressing room with custom organizers, and a showcase ensuite marble bath.

Unit #1907 is two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment that is currently listed at $900,000. The 1,232 square foot residence with its airy and open layout has hardwood floors and massive windows on two sides offering cityscape vistas of Arlington. The gourmet kitchen fits unobtrusively into a corner of the living area, with handsome maple cabinetry, dark counters, and Viking, Sub-Zero, and Bosch stainless steel appliances.

Unit #1802 went under contract in July, after listing in June for $1,079,000. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath corner apartment with 1,239 square feet of space features an open concept, with ensuite bedrooms at opposite ends for extra privacy. Unhindered views of the Potomac River are available in every major room. The open chef’s-style kitchen boasts Viking, Sub-Zero, and Bosch stainless steel appliances.

Unit #2203 closed in July for $950,000 after listing for $975,000. The two-bedroom condo has two baths and 1,077 square feet of space. Features include hardwood floors, dramatic ceilings, and an open gourmet kitchen that fits neatly along one wall, with Sub-Zero, Viking, and Miele stainless steel appliances. Giant floor-to-ceiling windows provide views of the river and Washington landmarks.

Closing in July for its full asking price of $500,000 is Unit #1408. The 687 square foot flat with one bedroom and one bath came to market in June and quickly received a winning offer. With blonde hardwood floors and an open kitchen with red wood cabinetry, this attractive residence also features views of the river from a wall of windows.

Those fortunate enough to live at the Waterview enjoy a staffed front desk with concierge, room service from the hotel restaurant Amuse, and options for maid cleaning and catered meals. The residents-only rooftop observation deck provides unparalleled views of the river and monuments. There is also a well-equipped fitness center, a community room, and garage parking. You can walk or drive across Key Bridge to Georgetown, as well as the many shops and restaurants along trendy Clarendon Boulevard.

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