“If I Had $3 Million” Listing: Enormous Condo Near The Swedish Embassy

by Mark Wellborn


This three-bedroom condo in Georgetown is located in The Residences at Harbourside, a luxury development that is housed near the Embassy of Sweden. Not only does this massive condo have over 4,100 square feet of interior space, its main amenity is over 2,700 square feet of terrace space that offers views of the Potomac River and Kennedy Center. More details and photos below.

Update: Apologies. This unit is actually not in the Swedish embassy, rather in a building behind it. We were given inaccurate information when profiling it. We never meant to “mislead the public.” Our mistake. We have made the appropriate correction in the post.

Entry Hallway
Living Room
Chef’s Kitchen
  • Address: 2900 K Street NW, #606 (map)
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • Square Footage: 4,162
  • Year Built: 2008
  • For the full listing, click here.

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  1. Lauren said at 1:56 pm on Friday January 22, 2010:

    The funny thing is, even if someone handed me $3M tomorrow, I still wouldn’t be able to afford this because of this:

    Homeowners Association Information
    Fee: $4,173.43
    Fee Payment Frequency: Monthly

    And then of course there’s the taxes on top of that… there are some crazy-wealthy people in this town.

  1. csm said at 1:57 pm on Friday January 22, 2010:

    I wish I had $3 million.  However, I wouldn’t want to pay that high HOA fee.  The only downside to this unit is the high terrace walls.  I live in an apt with a high terrace wall and it blocks the great views while I’m inside.

  1. Patty said at 2:05 pm on Friday January 22, 2010:

    where oh where is my sugar daddy?? those views are amazing and that living room makes me think of the soirees i could throw there.

  1. DC Condo Sales said at 12:53 pm on Monday January 25, 2010:

    What this article does not say is that the residences are on top of the building BEHIND the Swedish Embassy, and that half the units boast spectacular views of the Whitehurst Freeway.

    The model unit shows furniture that is way too small for the space, not to mention totally off in terms of quality. If you go to the website, you see that they have “Mouse on House” tours. Mouse on House for $3M+ condos?? I feel sorry for the sales person who has to sell these. Then again, if the sales person had any input on the marketing decisions, serves them right. The developer needs to be realistic about pricing and should reconsider their sales & marketing approach.

  1. Hank said at 1:26 pm on Monday January 25, 2010:

    Hmmm, I actually toured this place a while ago when it was first released by the developer.  Sorry, but this is NOT in the Swedish Embassy (wrong to advertise that…really).  Instead it is in the OFFICE building BEHIND the Swedish Embassy (that’s the building that fronts the water).  It’s basically office space that they designed a floor plan for.  $4100 per month condo fee, too.  And, you share the same concierge and fitness center (in the basement) as the 5 levels of office space.  Wouldn’t have commented except for the “Live at the Swedish Embassy” lingo.

  1. Robert said at 7:35 pm on Friday January 29, 2010:

    I can’t believe even your own writer is misleading the public.  This is ***NOT*** living above the Swedish Embassy.  It is living above a law firm.  This unit is in the building BEHIND a completely separate building which is the Swedish Embassy.

    For shame to lie like that especially with a multi million dollar listing.

  1. Mark Wellborn said at 7:42 pm on Friday January 29, 2010:

    Apologies. This unit is actually not in the Swedish embassy, rather in a building behind it. We were given inaccurate information when profiling it. We never meant to “mislead the public.” Our mistake.

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