Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal reported on the sale of a four-bedroom penthouse at Amaris, which set a new record as the highest priced condominium ever sold in Washington, D.C. The two-story residence overlooks the Washington Channel of the Potomac River and spans 5,800 square feet with an additional 2,255 square feet of outdoor space.
Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, Amaris is a mixed-use residential building with a distinctive curvilinear form that differentiates residential unit configurations and engages public spaces along the Potomac River. The building forms an eastern terminus to The Wharf, a 3.5 million square foot, mixed-use waterfront neighborhood with over 17.5 acres of parks and green space along a mile of Washington, D.C.’s waterfront.
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