A living room layout at 525 Water.
525 Water delivers a lush, waterside condominium community comprised of 107 modern residences that ideally combine the tranquility of green spaces and connectivity to The Wharf on DC's waterfront. 525 Water is giving prospective home buyers a fleeting chance to own a unit on DC's waterfront. Located one block from the Metro and moments from the National Mall and the District’s iconic monuments, 525 Water is perfectly located for the modern district dweller. Already over 80% sold, residences at 525 Water are selling quickly with only a handful remaining.
A kitchen style at 525 Water.
Floorplans at 525 Water vary between one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Select two-bedrooms feature dens, while fourth floor units have second story pop-ups and rooftop terraces. Many residences feature 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, and kitchens with sleek Porcelanosa cabinetry, quartz countertops, Bosch appliances with gas cooking, and modern hardwood flooring.
This LEED Silver® building maximizes natural light and also features a residents’ lounge with kitchenette that overlooks the inviting courtyard. Additional building amenities include a fitness center, a built-in Miele coffee machine and bar in the lobby, a staffed front desk with concierge and WiFi in all common areas.
The residents' lounge at 525 Water.
525 Water is tucked between The Wharf and Waterfront Park, a recently opened 3.5 acre park adjacent to the Potomac River.
The courtyard space at 525 Water.
Residents have access to ample green space, including a professionally designed and landscaped courtyard with a grilling area and outdoor entertaining space to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city.
The Waterfront Park, just outside the entrance of 525 Water.
Remaining units at 525 Water are ready for move in. One bedrooms start in the $400s, two bedrooms in the $600s, and two-bedroom and den units start at $1 million.
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