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With the enjoyment of fine Georgetown living, 3303 Water also presents an ideal setting, just steps from the riverfront. This upscale condo building offers up units priced well above $1 million, some of which are even in the multi-million dollar price range and filled with added luxuries.

Starting at around 960 square feet in size, some of the larger units of 3303 Water top 4,000 square feet of living space. A penthouse unit additionally provides the added luxury of a large private roof terrace and 360-degree views of the surrounding neighborhood.

With around 70 private residences in all, the upscale property commands incredible river and Georgetown views, a blend of industrial and historic design elements, coming together to form one of

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One of the most affluent neighborhoods in DC, Georgetown is home to some of the city’s elite Washingtonians, from politicians and journalists, to lobbyists and corporate leaders.  The seven-story luxury condo development named 3303 Water has just 72 loft-style units in a modern take on a former re-purposed industrial luxe building that offers high service amenities mixed in with a superb location with views of the Potomac River and the historic C&O Canal.  

With a prestigious address come high-end amenities and loft-style floor plans.  The luxury waterfront location just below M Street is tucked away on Water Street in a building off the beaten path yet centrally located steps to vibrant Georgetown.  The tree-lined streets and waterfront parks in

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Georgetown offers residents and visitors alike an abundant variety of outdoor activities, including a new scenic water taxi, terrace-seating at fine restaurants, kayaking and recreational sports on the Potomac River, and bicycling or jogging on a 184-mile towpath along the river. 

Potomac Water Taxi
A new water taxi will take Georgetown residents and tourists to or from the National Mall on the Potomac River.  The new service will debut soon by the Potomac Riverboat Company.  The 49-seat water taxi, also connecting to National Harbour, will run Tuesdays through Sundays.  Tickets will cost $5-$30, depending on which route you take and if it’s round trip.

Waterfront Dining
Sequoia Restaurant, a long-established white-tablecloth restaurant on the Georgetown

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The luxury condo market in Washington, DC continued in a robust manner in 2012 with 88 transactions closing for $1M or more.  Luxury DC condos are being purchased by those relocating to the District from outside the region as well as move-up buyers and the growing number of empty-nesters moving back into the city from the suburbs.  

3303 Water Street in Georgetown and the Watergate in Foggy Bottom both had three of the top ten most expensive sales in 2012.  Also making an appearance on the top ten list were the Residences at the Ritz Carlton in the West End with two top ten transactions and Kalorama Square.

Here is a summary of the top 10 DC condo/coop transactions:

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The upscale Georgetown real estate market continued to show significant strength in 2012 with 208 closed residential transactions.  The total value of the 2012 Georgetown residential transactions was $278.5M, down from 292.8M in 2011.  The average sales price in 2012 in Georgetown was $1,339,336 and on average property sold for 95% of asking price.  The average days on the market for Georgetown listings was 57 days in 2012, down from 76 in 2011.  It is important to note that a single transaction in 2011 for $22M impacted average selling price and total volume.

Here is a summary of key metrics for the Georgetown market in 2012 vs. 2011:

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The most expensive property to sell in Georgetown in 2011 was the Halcyon House, a historically designated mansion

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during December 2012 was in Georgetown at 3303 Water located at 3303 Water Street NW #7A-N Washington, DC 20007.  This 7 BR / 7 BA / 6,621 SF condo designed by Richard Williams Architects includes four parking spaces.  The selling price was $6.5M / $982 SF, which was 98% of the asking price.

Congratulations to selling Realtor Nancy Itteilag of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in December 2012.

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Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in December 2012 was also in Georgetown at the Ritz Carlton Georgetown located at 3150 South Street NW #1D, Washington, DC 20007.  This 2 BR / 3 BA / 2,587 SF  condo includes two parking

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3303 Water in Georgetown is on every DC luxury condo buyer's short list of developments to visit.  This seven-story project of 72 units located south of M Street is widely recognized as "The Address" in Georgetown.

Amenities at 3303 Water Street of top notch and include a 24-hour concierge and uniformed doorman, roof-top pool and fitness center overlooking the Potomac River, underground parking an even a car wash bay. Residents also enjoy walking biking and jogging on the Capital Crescent Trail and the C & O Canal tow path which are both accessible in Georgetown by 3303 Water.

Units at 3303 Water range in size from 900 SF to 6,621 SF and include both underground parking and dedicated storage facilities.  Luxury finishes include high ceilings,

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during March 2012 was in Georgetown at 3303 Water located at 3303 Water Street, NW #E-6, Washington, DC.   This 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 1,886 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $1.85M / $981 SF, which was 93% of asking price.

Congratulations to Monica Boyd of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in March 2012.

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Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in March 2012 was in Kalorama at 2029 Connecticut located at 2029 Connecticut Avenue, #53 Washington, DC.  This 3 BR / 2 BA / 3,150 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $1.33M / $422 SF, which was 95% of asking price.

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The most expensive condo/co-op to sell in the District during February 2012 was in Foggy Bottom at the Watergate located at 2700 Virginia Avenue #1202/1203, Washington, DC.   This 3 BR / 4.5 BA / 3,683 SF co-op includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $2.995M / $813 SF, which was 100% of asking price.



Congratulations to Gigi Winston of Winston Real Estate, Inc. for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in February 2012.

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Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in February 2012 was in Georgetown at 3303 Water located at 3303 Water Street NW #H-3, Washington, DC.  This 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 1,921 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $2.45M / $1,275 SF, which was 100% of asking

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during January 2012 was in Georgetown at 3303 Water located at 3303 Water Street NW #7H, Washington DC.  This 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 2,168 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $2.48M / $1,144 SF, which was 92% of asking price.

  Congratulations to Nancy Itteilag of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in January 2012.

Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in January 2012 was also in Georgetown at 3303 Water located at 3303 Water Street NW #E4, Washington, DC.  This 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 1,848 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $1.7675M / $956 SF, which was 93% of asking price.

Congratulations

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