3601 M: New Luxury in Georgetown

Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 at 3:42pm.

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For new luxury in Georgetown, consider the exclusive options that exist within 3601 M. This planned, five-story condo property makes room for just 21 residences in the highly sought-after Georgetown neighborhood.

Prospective residents can choose from one- two- or even three-bedroom floor plans. Much larger than some other condos in the DC area, a one-bedroom in the building starts at around 1,100 square feet of living space.

A two-bedroom unit commonly includes 2,300 to 3,000 square feet of living space, while some of the largest three-bedrooms exceed 4,300 square feet of space. All of the units of 3601 M come with at least two baths, plus there are some bonus dens.

Other highlights of the property include private elevator access, along with a rooftop terrace with an infinity edge swimming pool and summer kitchen. In addition, building amenities extend to 24-hour concierge service, a doorman, guest facilities, a fitness room and yoga studio.

Future residents will also be treated to a boardroom, some climate-controlled storage space, a wine cellar and the convenience of garage parking. Each condo in 3601 M additionally comes with the allure of generous views overlooking the Potomac River and the Rosslyn skyline.

Georgetown is an extremely popular place to live and play. Filled with outdoor cafes, coffee shops and well-maintained homes, Georgetown also offers upscale shops, waterfront dining and outdoor recreational opportunities along the river.

In addition, the neighborhood is home to Georgetown University. Residential options in the area range from historic row houses and walk-up apartments to large single-family homes, new townhomes and new condos, like the ones planned for 3601 M.

The new condos replace a former Exxon station in the neighborhood. Prior to the plans for 3601 M, developers had sought to construct a boutique building that included around three-dozen residences, a hotel, office and retail space.  

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