525 Water is Over 50% Pre-sold

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One of Washington DC’s most exciting new waterfront condominium buildings is now more than 50-percent pre-sold, giving area residents new opportunities in luxury living. 525 Water is part of The Wharf community of Southwest Washington, an appealing new development currently under construction in one of the area’s most desirable locations.

The five-story building of 525 Water includes 108 condominium units, surrounded by the beauty of a three-and-a-half acre waterfront park located directly next door. By combining an urban lifestyle with waterfront possibilities, plus attractive dining and shopping easily within reach, the area rises to a new level of luxury in a city already known for its impressive residential offerings.

The first units of 525 Water are scheduled to be delivered in late summer 2016, ranging from around 515 square feet to upwards of 1,500 square feet for some of the larger units. With starting prices from the mid $300,000 to mid $900,000s, the available homes come in a range of price points and designs.

The units of 525 Water include such upgraded features as hardwoods in the main living areas of the homes, plus designer appliances and quartz countertops. With studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom floor plans to choose from, the units are designed to fit a homeowner’s individual needs, while select homes also feature floor-to-ceiling windows, private rooftop terraces and balconies plus soaring 10-foot ceilings.

The building itself features a residents’ lounge with a kitchenette, a fully landscaped courtyard for outdoor space and a lobby coffee bar with complimentary Wi-Fi. In addition, the building is pet-friendly, also featuring a fitness center.

While direct access to The Wharf provides residents with some of the most desirable shopping and dining possibilities, the closest Metro station to 525 Water is simply a short two-blocks away from the building too, offering the ease of traveling around the rest of the DC area. Meanwhile, the building also remains within walking distance of popular attractions such as the National Mall.

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