Bob Williams Buys Metropole Penthouse — Where In Logan Circle Will He Find A Sofa?

1515_15th_Street_Unit_704_69821_023 1515_15th_Street_Unit_704_69821_019 1515_15th_Street_Unit_704_69821_018Just 800 feet from his Logan Circle store, national home furnishings retailer Bob Williams of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams just settled on a seventh floor Metropole penthouse. Literally two turns and a city block from the 14th Street Signature Store, his 1,260 square foot top floor unit includes a wide-open floor plan, 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths and an expansive private roof deck.

Metropole is one of Logan Circle’s most sought-after buildings— the $912 per square foot price the retailer paid was a steal compared to many recent Logan Circle penthouses sales that have closed at $1,300 to $1,500 per square foot. You’ll see it in all of the design magazines soon!

Throughout the Logan Circle neighborhood, Victorian row houses and repurposed loft spaces have been joined by new condominium properties. In addition to Metropole, other notable addresses include Lofts 14, Rainbow Lofts, Q14, Matrix, The Cooper Lewis, and The Willison. For a tour of the Logan Circle neighborhood or a particular luxury condo building, contact me, Jeff Wilson , at your convenience.


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