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The Waterview | Market Pulse | February 2024

Offering a fantastic combination of location, style and service, the Waterview is mixed-use tower with condo residences on the top 19 floors, and the Meridien Hotel on the lower 12 levels. Positioned near the Potomac River in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood, the slim obelisk-like tower offers sublime views and plenty of amenities, all in a waterfront community that is often referred to as the Gateway to Arlington. Residents can easily cross Key Bridge to Washington, and the Rosslyn Metro Station is also nearby.

Unit #1708 came to market in February with an asking price of $1,050,000. The two-bedroom, two-bat apartment has an intriguing 1,175 square foot layout with a huge open living, dining, and cooking area that wraps around the corner with extended window walls and river views. The gourmet kitchen hugs one wall, facing out toward the massive windows and featuring Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. Dark hardwood floors run throughout the entire residence. There’s a new HVAC, washer and dryer, automated window shades, and two assigned garage parking spaces.

Unit #2007 listed in February for $975,000 and was temporarily pulled off the market. The two-bedroom apartment with 2.5 baths is now back and active again. The 1,232 square foot corner condo is bright and airy with window walls wrapping around two sides. Blonde hardwood floors add to the sunny allure, and a wonderful open gourmet kitchen tucked neatly against one end of the main open living space. Each of the bedrooms is ensuite, there is a new HVAC and washer/dryer, and two deeded parking spaces.

Unit #2401 is a private and exclusive listing for Life at the Top that went under contract in February. Priced at $2,495,000, this magnificent upper level apartment was designed by Joseph Ireland, and features the most stunning views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge, and all the way across to Georgetown from virtually every room. There are three bedrooms, three full baths, 2,165 square feet of living space, and exquisite finishes throughout. The expansive and open living and dining area receives tons of natural light from both the north and east sides, providing the perfect vista whether entertaining friends or simply relaxing. The open modern kitchen is against a wall, with top of the line Viking, Sub-Zero, and Miele appliances. The owners’ suite is stunning, with its own vestibule, dressing room, and luxurious ensuite marble bath. It’s all part of an exquisite lifestyle experience, and the ultimate place to watch July 4 fireworks over the water.

There were multiple closings in February, beginning with Unit #2901. This elite 4,600 square foot penthouse was listed at $6,250,000 before selling for $5,950,000. The three-bedroom residence with three full baths and two powder rooms was designed by Rina Yan and is the result of two units being combined into one. Exposures on three sides translate to sweeping views of the Potomac River, Key Bridge, and Roosevelt Island. Ornate gold and silver leaf tray ceilings and trim, hand-stained wood floors, silk upholstered walls, a wood-paneled library, and a gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances are among the many other features.

After listing in December for $729,900, Unit #1503 received an accepted offer, and ultimately closed in February at $705,000. The two-bedroom corner apartment with two baths has a 1,077 square foot layout with an open and airy feel.Features include wide plank maple floors, giant windows along two sides, and an open Euro-style kitchen with white wood mode cabinetry, recessed stainless steel appliances, and dark stone counters. One underground parking space is included.

Unit #1508 came to market in February and closed the same month. It appears to have been a private listing, as its MLS listing was the same day as the sale, with scant information in the description. The one-bedroom, one-bath flat with 687 square feet of living space listed at $524,500 and sold for $525,000. The unit has hardwood floors, and no assigned parking.

Residents at the Waterview enjoy a white gloves lifestyle experience, including room service from the hotel’s restaurant, Amuse. There are also options for maid service, and discounts at the hotel bar and restaurant as well as discounted rooms for guests. The staffed front lobby includes concierge service, and valet parking. Other amenities include a fitness center, a community room, and a residents only rooftop observation deck with grills and fire pits. Rosslyn is often described as the Gateway to Arlington, due to it being the first community after crossing Key Bridge from Washington, DC. The trendy community is the first of five Metro-connected urban villages along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor, with a myriad of shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities.

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