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residences at the ritz carlton georgetown

Enjoy quiet luxury and exclusivity at the Residences at Georgetown. This upscale property is home to just 28 residences, each of which is graciously complemented by an elegant setting, a generous amount of space and some stunning private attributes.

First opened in the early 2000s, the sophisticated property not only provides for some peaceful river views, but also the high-end additions and services The Ritz-Carlton is known for. The individual units come with high ceilings and views overlooking the nearby Potomac River and area monuments.

New buyers can also expect to find things like gourmet kitchens with an island, a formal dining room, walk-in closets and even wine storage. Designed for upscale living and entertaining, there are also some

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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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The Papermill is a contemporary condo development located at the corner of K Street and Potomac Street in Georgetown.  This location is directly across the street from the Georgetown Waterfront Park.  With the opening of the park in 2011, views from the Papermill were transformed from a parking lot for 600 cars to a beautiful park directly on the Potomac.

This intimate mid-rise, four-story building was delivered in 1978 and offers a modern contemporary feel with high ceilings and Potomac facing over-sized windows.  Units at the Papermill on the Potomac feature one and two bedroom floor plans with 823 to 1,373 SF of living space.  The entrance and lobby of the Papermill Condos were recently updated and many of the units in the building has seen recent

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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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Although there is one Georgetown which is widely considered by its residents to be a village, some Washingtonians talk about a further designation in Georgetown: an East Village to the east of dividing line Wisconsin Avenue, NW, and the West Village, to the west of Wisconsin Avenue, NW.  One of DC’s most historical and affluent neighborhoods, two halves of Georgetown is a lore perpetuated by what some residents believe is that the rich folks with grander houses live on the east side and the “poorer” people live on the west side, or West Village.  They good-naturedly bicker about claims of prettiest side of Georgetown or the “best” side.  While this is just a case of folklore, most differences today result more from crowds and traffic as bigger issues.

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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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Perched atop the list of luxury condo developments in Washington, DC is the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown.  This 28-unit development offers the ultimate in luxury and convenience, rivaling the personalized services of the finest Manhattan or London luxury buildings.

With the Potomac River serving as a back-drop, views from the Residences are dramatic and among the best in Washington, DC. Delivered in 2003, original developer finishes included ten foot ceilings, Sub Zero and Viking appliances, Poggenpohl kitchen cabinets,  limestone entry foyers, marble bathroom floors, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors and individual private balconies.  The Residences are pet-friendly and units usually convey with one or two parking spaces.

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3303_water_400   While the section of Georgetown south of M Street doesn't garner the notoriety of Georgetown's East Village and West Village, this neighborhood is home to some of the finest condo developments in the entire District.  Georgetown south of M (GSOM….ok never mind)  offers convenient access to several DC attractions including the Capital Crescent Trail, restaurants and nightlife on M Street, Foggy Bottom Metro, GW and Georgetown Universities and more.
This section of Georgetown has industrial roots and many of the its obsolete buildings have been transformed into 21st-century luxury residential condo developments.  In most cases, these redevelopments have preserved the unique and historic building facades which lend charm and character to the…
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