525 Water Coming To Southwest Waterfront
Modern waterfront condo residences at 525 Water are coming to the southwest DC waterfront. In an urban setting, the waterfront provides a tranquil refuge from the hectic pace of DC life. The lifestyle residents have here is mirrored by serenity at its best as it embraces a waterfront community with spacious flexible floor plans to fit a homebuyer’s needs. City living is all about a peaceful coexistence at 525 Water. The 5-story building features 108 condo units with Studios, 1 BR, 1 BR + Den, 2 BR, 2 BR + Den, ranging in size from 515-1,555 square feet. Prices start from the $400s.
Distinctive amenities and striking modern finishes are at the heart of 525 Water condominium building. Designer touches are found throughout these residences. Amenities at the 525 Water development include a modern lobby with a coffee bar and complimentary Wi-Fi, pet friendly environment, tranquil landscaped courtyard with lawn, terrace and a water feature, and a Resident’s common lounge. The condos feature Bosch appliances, quartz countertops, Porcelanosa cabinetry, hardwood flooring, and Porcelanosa floor and wall tile in the bathroom, high-end sleek fixtures like Moen, Kohler and Grohe. Some residences have 10’-foot ceilings, private rooftop terraces, balconies, and floor to ceiling windows.
The 525 Water building is located at 525 Water Street, SW. It is situated between 6th Street, SW, and N Street, SW, near the historic Fort McNair. The 525 Water building is just two blocks from the Metro Station, and walking distance to the National Mall and DC’s landmark monuments. It’s easy to get to downtown, Maryland and Northern Virginia. Just 5-10 minutes from downtown DC. The location is a short walk to the southwest waterfront Wharf, a lively world-class destination that will open in October 2017. It’s only two blocks from the Waterfront Metro Station on the Green Line between Southwest Waterfront and The National Mall with a mix of convenience and some of the most interesting assortment of shopping and restaurants.
The multibillion-dollar Wharf project on the Southwest Waterfront will have over 20 restaurants and bars all with local roots in DC. No national chain or typical American city restaurants will be found there. The mile-long Wharf on the Washington Channel will be a distinctly Washington, DC project. These places will collectively become a destination unique to Washingtonians. Expect live music as well. The Wharf hopes to attract everyone from college-age night crawlers to families, cocktail enthusiasts and foodies.