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washington harbour condos - 3030 k st nw dc 20007

Located right on the Georgetown waterfront, the luxurious Washington Harbour Condos invite upscale living alongside the Potomac River. With panoramic views of the water and area monuments, this desirable property makes it easy to take in various attractions in the area, from shops and restaurants to plentiful entertainment.

From the nearby boat docks to the rooftop swimming pool, the waterfront park to the incredible river views, the condos of Washington Harbour afford an impressive waterfront lifestyle. A fitness center, concierge and plentiful outdoor space also compliment the luxury condos of this community.

In fact, many of the units of Washington Harbour enjoy their own private outdoor space, with some offering up generously sized floor

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From its amazing views to its attractive mix of housing, office space, restaurants and entertainment, Washington Harbour is a favorite waterfront destination. Bordering the Potomac River, the massive mixed-use development dates back to the early 1980s, with a vibrancy that continues to entice new residents and visitors.

These days, Washington Harbour is home to several restaurants, serving up everything from pizza and sandwiches to seafood, along with plenty of options in outdoor fun and live entertainment. The property’s fountain turns into DC’s largest outdoor skating rink each November, while the Potomac Riverboat takes guests along on a tour ranging from national monuments and memorials to views of the Kennedy Center.

You’ll also find

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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 most expensive condo to sell in the District during August 2012 was in Georgetown at Washington Harbour Condos located at 3030 K St NW, #304, Washington, DC.   This 2 BR / 2.5 BA / 2,249 SF condo includes one parking space.  The selling price was $1.33M / $591 SF, which was 89% of the asking price.

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


Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in August 2012 was in Tenleytown at Tenley Hill located at 4750 41st St NW, #508, Washington, DC.  This 4 BR / 3.5 BA / 4,150 SF three-level penthouse condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $1.25M / $301 SF which was 87% of asking price.

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Tucked between the Key Bridge and the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge along Georgetown's waterfront is the exclusive Washington Harbour development.  A mixed-use project featuring office space, restaurants and 35 luxury condos, Washington Harbour is one of DC's premier residential condo developments.  The views up, down and across the Potomac River are spectacular and include the Kennedy Center, Washington Monument, Roosevelt Island and Key Bridge.

Designed in an industrial baroque style by renown architect Arthur Cotton Moore, the Washington Harbour development was delivered in 1984.  Building amenities include a rooftop pool, fitness center, underground parking,  manned door and concierge. Residents enjoy dining and relaxing at the restaurants located in the

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As we celebrate President's Day here in the District, it is time to take a look at how the District has chosen to honor some of our past presidents.  Looking past the monuments, DC has honored past presidents with by naming neighborhoods after them including Adams Morgan, Fort Lincoln, Garfield Heights, Lincoln Heights and Washington Highlands. 

Contrary to popular belief, Georgetown was not named after George Washington, but either King George II of England or its founders George Gordon and George Beall.

Over the years, DC developers have honored past presidents by naming condo projects after them.  Here are several DC condo developments that were named to honor one of our nations presidents:

  • Adams Alley
  • Adams Row
  • Adams Station
  • The
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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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Georgetown and the West End have top sales


The most expensive condo to sell in the District during August 2011 was in Georgetown at the Washington Harbour Condos located at 3030 K Street NW #108, Washington, DC.  This 2 BR / 3 BA, 2,603 SF penthouse condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $2.275M / $874 SF which was 91% of asking price.

Congratulations to Nancy Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties, LLC for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in August 2011.


Honorable mention for the 2nd most expensive DC condo sold in August 2011 was in the West End at 22 West, located at 1177 22nd Street NW #8E, Washington, DC. This 3 BR / 3 BA, 2,232 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $1.933M

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While the Potomac River flows several miles through DC, condos in the District with views of the river are hard to find and command huge price tags.

A significant portion of the Potomac's shoreline borders the Potomac Park and the Tidal Basin where there are no residential neighborhoods.  The river does front residential neighborhoods in Foggy Bottom and Georgetown.  In Georgetown, the elevated Whitehurst Freeway further obstructs views of the the Potomac from many condos.  All this ads up to very few vantage points in the city with residential river views.

Yes, Potomac view are rare, but there are a few buildings with amazing Potomac views.  Included in this list are buildings where the majority of the condos have a view, omitted are buildings where

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