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The Wharf's Most Iconic Residence is Over 55% Sold
The most extraordinary new waterfront condominium at The Wharf, and one of DC’s most architecturally compelling properties, is now more than 55% sold.
Amaris—designed by internationally renowned architect Rafael Viñoly—delivers 96 open-concept condominiums over twelve floors with organically inspired, seamlessly crafted design by celebrated architect Thomas Juul-Hansen. The intricate, cold-warped glass exterior creates water-like movement with interiors that maximize both light and views. Amaris is poised to redefine the city’s luxury landscape with iconic design.
As sales progress, some of the property’s floorplans are limited with just three penthouses remaining on the market. There is also just one residence from Amaris’ premier waterfront tier, featuring sweeping water views, remaining.
Additional configurations include one-bedrooms from $750,000, two-bedrooms from $1.43M, two-bedrooms and dens from $2.16M and three-bedroom residences from $2.86M.
Interiors at Amaris are designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, known for his signature notion of timeless design that highlights the use of naturally derived materials. The residences are generous in size, with large open kitchens, spacious closets and well-appointed bathrooms, as well as expansive living and bedroom areas. Every residence boasts a balcony or terrace and select residences feature a private elevator.
Finishes include custom Italian kitchen cabinetry and hardware by Stevali; wide-plank, French European white oak flooring; honed, marble kitchen countertops; islands with a waterfall edge; and premium appliance packages featuring Thermador and Bosch. Bathrooms have custom Italian vanities and natural stone countertops and flooring, and select units feature Abrazo Soaking Tubs by Kohler.
Located in the heart of The Wharf, Southwest DC’s vibrant waterfront neighborhood (whose second phase fully opens next month), Amaris is conveniently situated among a dynamic mix of shopping, dining, fitness and entertainment experiences including newly announced restaurant concepts by internationally celebrated and Michelin-starred chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Philippe Chow and Ryan Ratino. Amaris will also offer expansive on-site amenities with over 14,000 square feet of indoor amenity space and 6,000 square feet of outdoor amenity space.
Residents will have access to a spacious wellness and state-of-the-art fitness center, with private training rooms, an indoor salt-water lap pool, spa, sauna, experiential shower and private treatment room. The building also boasts a private screening room, lounge with a wet bar, guest suite, conference room and a waterfront residents’ terrace, designed by Landscape Architect Parker Rodriguez, with lounge seating, firepits, a grilling station and dining area. Services for Amaris include a 24/7 concierge and both a porter and a valet along with a private car elevator.
Prospective buyers can now tour the Amaris sales gallery, which features both a model kitchen and bathroom, as well as virtual reality tours of a variety of the property’s floorplans.
For additional information, visit AmarisDC.com or call Hoffman Realty, the exclusive listing brokerage, at 202-918-7180.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-wharfs-most-iconic-residence-is-over-55-percent-sold/20109.
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