What is the condominium community on top of the Hotel Palomar in Arlington?

Nesbitt Realty can help you buy and sell real estate in Waterview.

Located at 1111 North 19th Street in Arlington, Virginia, the Waterview Condominiums are among the area’s most desirable and luxurious residential condo communities. Last year, the Waterview Condominiums were rated one of Arlington County’s top 12 condominium facilities; and with the Hotel Palomar located directly below the condo units, Waterview residents can enjoy all of the perks that this particularly convenient locale has to offer. Residents have access to the Hotel Palomar’s conference rooms and business centers, as well as the hotel bar and restaurant.

The Waterview condos feature a 24-hour concierge, a private residents-only lounge, a rooftop observation deck with some of the most breathtaking and panoramic views in the area, an outdoor terrace located 100 feet from the Potomac River, a spa and fitness facility, and a reserved parking garage. Individual condo units feature hardwood and parquet floors, floor to ceiling glass windows, and imported granite countertops.

Apart from the obvious luxury of the Hotel and the condominium building, the location of the Waterview is superbly positioned for the Washington Metro commuter. Located in the epicenter of Rosslyn and less than five minutes away from greater Washington D.C., the Waterview offers easy access to Reagan National and Dulles airport as well as downtown Arlington and Alexandria, Virginia.


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Potomac River and Waterfront Homes

Washington Monument in Washington DC

The Potomac River is located on the east coast of the United States, and runs through Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. before it empties into the Chesapeake Bay. It is over 380 miles long and wider than 11 miles at its widest point.

As it passes through Washington DC, the nation’s capital, the Potomac passes the Washington Monument and the memorials of Jefferson, and Lincoln. Many consider the Potomac to be one of the most beautiful and bountiful rivers on the East Coast. The river is also widely regard its historic, scenic and recreational significance. Among the many who loved the Potomac was George Washington, who worked as a surveyor at many points along the banks of the river. George Washington’s mansion
at Mount Vernon is on the Potomac.

Mount Vernon is a pleasant riverside community.

The Potomac’s source is a small spring at the Fairfax Stone in West Virginia. From there, the river gathers many tributaries, winding through the mountains and valleys of Appalachia. One of its most dramatic turns occurs at Harper’s Ferry where the Shenandoah meets the Potomac.

Harpers Ferry

At Great Falls, the Potomac tumbles down from the Appalachian Highlands to the sandy soils of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Visitors from the colonial era to the modern era relish the views here. Today visitors at Great Falls
will not only marvel at the cataracts, but also the engineering efforts of those who sought to fulfill George Washington’s dream of connecting the Chesapeake Bay to the Ohio River. The C & O Canal was only operational for a few short years, but remnants of the system are still functional at Great Falls Park.

Finally, the river flows almost 400 miles widening to over 11 miles as it reaches the Chesapeake Bay on the long, low, and barren peninsula named Point Lookout, Maryland. Before the US Civil War, Point Lookout was home to a few hotels and boarding houses, but during the war it was converted into one of the largest and worst of the Union
prisoner-of-war camps.

Point Lookout Postcard

Fishers, anglers, boaters, sailors and kayakers all enjoy the Potomac.

The Potomac River has a watershed of 14,670 square miles including tributaries in Maryland (the Monocacy, Savage, and St. Mary’s Rivers); in Virginia (the Shenandoah and Occoquan Rivers); in West Virginia (the South Branch and Cacapon Rivers); in Pennsylvania (Conococheague and Antietam Creeks); and in Washington DC (the Anacostia River). The Potomac cradles forests, battlefields, farmlands, mountains, parks, and cities. It is known to many as our Nation’s River.

If you’re searching for a home or condo in Northern Virginia with a view of the Potomac, contact us.

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