November was an active month for sales in the Washington, DC area. Two buildings had three sales each, beginning with 2501 M in the West End neighborhood. The stylish glass-faced building has a very contemporary design and is just a block from Georgetown. Of its three sales, Unit #201 had the second-highest sales price in November at $2,380,000, as well as the highest price for size-adjusted, at $1,240.23 per sq. ft. The corner condo has two bedrooms, a den, 2.5 baths and 1,919 square feet of living space. A wide-open design, giant windows, a stylishly modern kitchen and a glassed-in dining room add to the considerable appeal. Also with three sales in November is Atrium in Arlington’s Rosslyn waterfront neighborhood. Named for its “atrium” style windows that offer breathtaking views of the Potomac River, this popular building is strolling distance from shops, restaurants and the Rosslyn Metro.
No fewer than seven buildings had two sales each! Hampden Row in Bethesda is a luxury building that is also home to the fifth-highest sale of the month with Unit #501, a corner residence with two bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 1,800 square feet of living space. Selling for $1,375,000, this impressive condo has the largest owner’s suite in the entire building. Also worth singling out is City Vista in Mount Vernon Triangle, with three buildings, an amazing rooftop swimming pool and a ground floor grocery. The complex has the November distinction of the third-highest list-to-sales ratio with Unit #807, a two-bedroom, one-bath flat that was offered for $499,900 and closed at $510,000, or 102.02 percent of list.
Other buildings with two sales each include The Ventana in Penn Quarter, a 12-story modern structure perched over two historic brick townhouses; the highly popular Gaslight Square along the trendy Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor in Arlington; Ten Ten Mass with its 5-star roof deck and pool in Downtown’s Mount Vernon Triangle; The Odyssey with its sleek glass exterior in Arlington’s Courthouse neighborhood; and Union Row, a two-building community in the fabulous U Street Corridor (Flats and Warehouses). Notable buildings with one sale each include 2020 Lofts in the U Street Corridor; Clara Barton in Penn Quarter; and CityCenterDC in Mount Vernon Triangle, where Unit #803 had the third-highest sales price per size metric at $921.22 per square foot ($725,000 in total).
To see all the hottest building and category winners in November visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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