Market Leaders | Highest Prices Per Square Foot | September 2019

The highest price per square foot honors in September also happens to be the highest overall sales price. Unit #PH1D at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown closed at $6,500,000 with 4-bedrooms, 4.5-baths and 4,314 square feet of space. That translates to $1,506.72 per square foot for this Georgetown penthouse with fantastic up-close views of the Potomac River. The second-highest price per square foot, as well as the third-highest sales price and sixth-highest sales-to-list ratio goes to Unit #82 at the very modern Westlight in DC’s West End. The minimalist flat with its giant windows, open gourmet kitchen and 1,633 square feet of living space sold for $1,915,000 or $1,172.69 per square foot.

The third-highest price per square foot is Unit #701 at The Lauren in Bethesda. The 2,676 square foot residence was also the second-highest overall sales price at $2,609,200 or $975.04 per square foot. Next up is Unit #507 at the popular 2501M in the West End. The fabulously modern residence with 2-bedrooms, 2-baths, floor-to-ceiling window walls, a balcony and 1,215 square feet of living space sold for $1,170,000 or $962.96 per square foot.

In fifth place is Unit #1006 at CityCenter in the Mount Vernon Triangle. The 1-bedroom, 1-bath apartment with extra wide-plank Northern Oak hardwood floors, a balcony spanning the length of the unit and 772 square feet of living area closed at $650,000 or $861.40 per square foot. Closing things out is Unit #2110 at the Waterview in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood. The contemporary 1-bedoom flat with 833 square feet of living space and spectacular views of the Potomac River and Key Bridge sold for $700,000, translating into $840.34 per square foot.

To see all the hottest building and category winners in September visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report. is the ultimate resource with the right properties, the right firm, and the right agents. If you’re thinking of a move, you owe it to yourself to start a conversation with Jeff Wilson. Make sure you have every advantage possible working in your favor.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.