VIO DC at The Wharf
Posted by John Crisafulli on Monday, September 28th, 2015 at 9:02am.
VIO will be the second residential building to be completed along the Southwest Waterfront and the first one that is actually a part of the construction project “The Wharf.” It is set to open in the fall of 2017 and development is already underway. VIO means “I Journey” in Latin, and developers PN Hoffman, Handel Architects, and WG Architects plan to use that phrase in making you feel like you are living in a resort-like destination. The building will consist of 112 units over 12 floors. There will be a saltwater infinity pool on the roof with great views of the Washington Channel, Potomac River, and downtown DC. Most units will come with a garaged parking space and balconies with views of the waterfront. Select condominiums will also have private elevators to take you from them down to street level. A fitness center with a yoga studio will be featured along with a 24-hour desk and concierge services. There will also be a clubroom for residents that features a fireplace and espresso bar. The lobby entrance will open up to The Wharf’s Club Piazza and will have a covered drop-off area. The promenade piazza level of VIO will play host to retail and restaurants. VIO has layouts that include studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom condominiums, with penthouse options available. Most penthouses will have a rooftop terrace for residents. Prices range from $400,000-$1.5 million. Each unit will have wide-plank hardwood flooring, European cabinetry, granite & quartz countertops, Thermador & Bosch appliances, natural stone & porcelain tiles & baths, custom closets, 9-foot ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The VIO plans to be quite the addition to the Southwest Waterfront and to the DC real estate scene as a whole. It is located just a couple blocks from the Waterfront Metro on the green line. Nationals Park and the Maine Ave. Seafood Market are both short walks from the building. For more information, please contact us.
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