Own one of the best new views in the city. Murillo/Malnati Homes brings to market its latest offering: breathtaking views like no other in one of the city's most exclusive condominiums, the Penthouses Residences at the Woodley-Wardman. Recipient of the award for "The Best Boutique Condominium in the Mid-Atlantic in 2011" by Delta Associates. Designed as a collaborative effort between architects Carina Lopez Lagrotteria and Christian Zapatka, the Penthouse Residences' interiors are designed to maximize the sweeping views of Rock Creek Park, the National Cathedral and the Washington skyline and beyond. Each residence is configured to take full advantage of natural light, unique panoramic views and History Made Modern®.
The Penthouse Residences at the Woodley-Wardman feature custom interior staircases, wide oak plank floors accenting grandiose living spaces which include chef kitchens which feature Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances, quartz stone countertops, marble backsplashes, under cabinet lighting and recessed and pendant lighting throughout. Other technological and environmentally friendly accents include iPad control stations and baths finished with Kohler and Toto bathroom fixtures, calacatta marble tops and Porcelanosa vanities. Live among signature color selections, sumptuous entryway designs and glamorous details in each of these exquisite units.
Call today for an appointment to view and claim your piece of the Washington skyline.
Argentine-born Carina Lopez Lagrotteria is Murillo Malnati Group's Design Director and the visionary behind the Woodley-Wardman Condominium. Ms. Lagrotteria is in charge of all aspects of design for single-family dwellings and multi-family projects for the company. Previously she was Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer of Construction Technologies Argentina in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ms. Lagrotteria holds Master's Degree in Architecture and Urban Development from Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires.
Georgetown-based architect Christian Zapatka specializes in synthesizing classicism and modernism and bringing grandness to living spaces. Upon graduation from Princeton University, Zapatka was the recipient the coveted Rome Prize in Architecture, an award granted to only two U.S. architects every year. Later he apprenticed under architect Michael Graves. In the Washington Metropolitan area, Christian Zapatka has designed over 100 residential renovations/ expansions for townhouses, free-standing houses and condominiums.