Haven at National Harbor in Prince George’s County includes concierge services, a fitness center and yoga studio, and a lounge.
by D.C. Stribling | Feb 22, 2018
Peterson Cos. has opened the Haven at National Harbor, its condo development in National Harbor along the Potomac River in Prince George’s County, Md., just south of Washington, D.C. The Haven is the first condo project built at the mixed-use National Harbor in 10 years, and the developer has already sold 30 of its 248 units before the official opening the sales office.
The development will be completed this summer. Residences range from one- to three-bedroom units, with prices starting in the mid-$200s and reaching the mid-$600s. McWilliams Ballard is handling the sales and marketing of the building. Since Peterson Cos. first announced the project, more than 1,800 people have expressed interest.
“We’re not surprised at the level of interest in the Haven,” said Chris Ballard, principal of McWilliams Ballard. “There are not any places in the region where you can buy a new condominium in the mid-$200,000s.”
THE HAVEN, STOCKED WITH AMENITIES
Each condo comes with underground parking and access to various amenities, including concierge services, a fitness center and yoga studio that opens onto a courtyard, and a lounge and communal gathering spaces. The property’s clubroom has an open kitchen, lounge seating, flat screens and a billiards table, and Wi-Fi is available in all common areas and at a cyber lounge.
The outdoor pool features a patio and private cabanas. The property also sports outdoor lounge seating with firepits, year-round lawn games, an outdoor kitchen, private bike storage, a pet spa and grooming station, and landscaped courtyards.
National Harbor is an extensive development. It currently has more than 40 restaurants; 160 shops, including Tanger Outlets; seven hotels, including the MGM National Harbor casino; and two of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest spas, according to Peterson Cos. senior vice president of residential Stuart Prince. “The Haven’s residents will join the 2,000 current residents to the community that National Harbor has created,” he said.