Unit 3104, finished out and built by custom home builder extraordinaire Mark Molthan, is available at $1,675,000. It was the home of the late Kidd Kraddick. This unit was painstakingly crafted out of the original concrete shell by Mark and New York City-based interior designer Laura Kirar. It is listed with Lois Woodward of Virginia Cook Realtors and move-in ready. The placement is so perfect, this unit has a virtual 360 degree panorama of the entire city, from the Calitrava Bridge to the central business district. There are two balconies, and the finish out is probably the most unusual in the entire high rise, unless you are up in the Schlegel/Kloewer’s penthouse unit. As Lois says, most of the W units have a very neutral, almost bland theme — not 3104! Check out those limestone hunks on the countertops, and we will go from there!
This home in the sky features 3414 (DCAD says 2944, excluding balconies) square feet of space that includes the sprawling formals, a fireplace, the balconies, two ginormous bedrooms, two full baths that will knock your socks off and give you a great soaking tub, and a half bath powder room. The master is 20 by 29 feet — now that’s a retreat! Here’s something you do not see in standard W units — huge, spacious closets. This unit has it all, including two garage spaces, plus all the “Whatever, Whever” amenities of the W including 24 hour concierge service. I was down there the other day, and learned that while residents lost a little power during the ice storm, no one was cold or slipping on any sidewalk ice: the W staff whisked all the slick stuff away before the first resident set foot out the door, where their warmed car was waiting.
I could so get used to that. THAT’S service!