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The view does not get any better than this.Washington Fine Properties (WFP) has just listed a truly stunning 4,100+ square foot penthouse with over three million dollars in high-end updates and sweeping 180-degree views of the Potomac River.
A masterpiece featuring gourmet chefs kitchen, master suite with his and hers bathroom and walk-in closets, a second bedroom with en-suite bath, 2.5 additional bathrooms, grand living room/dining room with sweeping views of river, maids room, almost 1,000 sq.ft. terrace, and two car parking.
The property, offered for $4,995 million, is listed by Mark McFadden: email@example.com or 703.216.1333
For a virtual tour, click here.
030 K ST NW #PH106, WASHINGTON, DC 20007
$4,995,000 · 2 Beds, 4 Baths, 1 Half Baths · DC8284149 · Listed: 3/5/2014
Stone Soup Films invites you to its "First Dibs" Kickoff Party for the 2nd Annual Lights, Camera, Fashion Pop-up Shop to be held on March 6 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. at 3330 Cady's Alley in Georgetown
Stone Soup Films has collected dozens of racks of designer clothes from DC’s most stylish women. Fill your closets and assist those producing pro-bono promotional films in DC.
The shop will also be open on March 7 and 8 from 10 am to 6:00 pm.
Tickets to the "First Dibs" Kickoff Party are $40. Click here for additional information and to purchase tickets.
Bank of Georgetown announced Wednesday the opening of their new headquarters and 11th branch at 1115 30th Street named “The Winsor Branch,” in honor of Curt Winsor III, the Bank’s co-founder and late chairman who passed away suddenly in December 2012 at age 49.
“Curt poured his heart and soul into the creation and success of Bank of Georgetown. We miss him greatly but know he would be proud of the path on which we are progressing,” said Mike Fitzgerald, chairman, president and CEO of Bank of Georgetown. “We hope to honor his legacy with our newest branch and through our unwavering commitment to the Bank’s mission of providing highly personalized relationship banking service to local businesses and residents.”
A second Georgetown branch provides a more accessible banking location for upper Georgetown businesses and residents, while offering a public remembrance of Curt, himself a Georgetown resident.
The Bank partnered with the architecture firm CORE and Kane Construction to renovate what was originally a Washington Gas Company maintenance facility.
“Our roots are in Georgetown, and we are committed to supporting its dynamic business community; staying in the neighborhood was a priority for us,” Fitzgerald said. “Luckily, we found a building just a few blocks away that will enhance the work environment for our professionals and provide the necessary efficiencies to support our expanding loan and deposit operations.”
The full-service adjoining branch is the Bank’s second in the neighborhood; its first facility opened in 2005 at the corner of Wisconsin and K Street.