The phrase 'million dollar view' has been used all too frequently in real estate, but for the condo buildings below, the view really can be worth a million dollars. For more info on any of the buildings or to see available listings in the building, click on a link in the building name.
Not the newest building nor the most glamorous, but if you want 'the view', this is the place for you. All the units on the eastern side also have huge balconies for viewing parties. On top of the building is Top of the Town - a premiere event space with the best views of Washington.
The Weslie is just across the street from the Prospect House. Not as large of a building, but the views are just as good. If you saw the movie 'Charlie Wilson's War', then you might recognize the view in some of the scenes because they were shot from The Weslie where Charlie owned a condo. Dramatic views from the 18' floor-to-ceiling windows.
This award winning building by renown architect, I. M. Pei, sits at the foot of Key Bridge. Although few of the units have views of the monuments, all the residents can enjoy breathtaking views from the rooftop terrace.
Sitting on Courthouse Hill, even the lower floor units on the eastern side have incredible views. All the residents can enjoy panoramic 270+ degrees from the rooftop terrace spanning from Tysons Corner to the National Cathedral to the DC monuments to the Masonic Temple in Old Town. This will be packed with a good sized crowd on the 4th.
Adjacent to Fort Myer and the Iwo Jima Memorial, this condo building offers privacy and fantastic views on the upper floors.
Units on the eastern side on the upper floors enjoy fantastic views and all residents can enjoy the fireworks from the rooftop pool deck and grilling area.
Located on the hill top known as Arlington Ridge, this fortress like building has dramatic views of the DC skyline.
Views from the eastern side of the building have dramatic views of the DC skyline
A little bit further back than other buildings on this list, Liberty Center doesn't disappoint.
Although technically not a condo (it's a cooperative), you can't argue about the views from this well known complex in Rosslyn.