A unique opportunity awaits the new owners of this truly ‘one-of-a-kind’ penthouse residence. Gutted and ready for its new finishes, unit #700 is the jewel in the crown of The Columbia Residences. Built in 1915 and designed by Nathan C. Wyeth, this Italian Renaissance-style three-building complex was originally known as The Columbia Hospital for Women. When the condominium conversion process started in 2004, the design included the addition of a penthouse level that had been removed in 1950. This penthouse would be labeled the Belvedere and would encompass the entire top floor, offering 3,690sf of interior space and almost 1700sf of private exterior space in four separate areas. The front, south facing terrace is prominently sited high atop the front facade and lined with Tuscan style columns offering an unparalleled panoramic view of the Washington skyline. Complete with four garage parking spaces and five storage units, it’s lives like a single family residence with all the conveniences of a luxury condominium. Enjoy the on-site fitness center, a rooftop swimming pool and sundeck, a 24-hour front desk with concierge service, business center, billiards room and large club room for social gatherings.