Market Leaders | Highest Prices Per Square Foot | November 2020

Topping the highest price per square foot in November is a stunning residence that has been featured prominently throughout this month’s sales blog. Unit #201 at 2501 M in the West End neighborhood has a very modern and open layout with two bedrooms, two baths and 1,919 square feet of living space. It was also the second-highest condo sale of the month at $2,380,000, translating to a robust $1,240.23 per sq. ft. The former office building was reimagined through the CORE architecture and design firm, resulting in stunning glass façade and sleek interiors. Among the many features in this unit are a chic kitchen recessed into the wall, a glass-enclosed dining room and stylish baths. Unit #703 at The Lauren in Bethesda had the top sales figure for the month, the second-highest price per square foot and the second-highest sales to list ratio! The super spacious 3,167 square foot modern apartment listed for $3,095,000 and sold for $3,180,000, translating to 102.75 percent and $1,004.10 per sq. ft. That’s a lot of high marks for this incredible flat with its private elevator and beautiful white marble kitchen.

In third place is Unit #803 at CityCenterDC in Mount Vernon Triangle. The one-bedroom, one-bath residence has a modern 787 square foot layout and sold for $725,000, translating to $921.22 per square foot. Ultra-wide plank floors run throughout the one-bedroom flat, with a stylish open gourmet kitchen set into Molteni Italian cabinetry, plus a cool glassy white desk cubby. The apartment is just steps away from all the upscale shops and restaurants within the unique bubble community in DC’s vibrant downtown area. Unit #1201 at Ten Ten Mass in Mount Vernon Triangle nabs two honors. The two-bedroom, two-bath luxury apartment has 1,186 square feet of space and listed for $929,000 before selling for $930,000. That translates to $784.15 per square foot (fourth place) and 100.11 percent of list (sixth place).

Next up is Unit #414 at Metropole in Logan Circle. The super snazzy loft residence has giant factory-style windows, blonde cabinetry, steel stairs and overhead ductwork. The 859 square foot two-level layout and a healthy $670,000 sales figure translate into $779.98 per square foot. Closing up the dollar per measurement category is Unit #402 at Lofts 14 in Logan Circle’s hipster Auto Row. This exception loft unit with its exposed brick walls and soaring ceilings has two bedrooms, two levels, two baths and 995 square feet of interior space. The closing price of $774,900 reflects $778.79 per square foot for this cool pad inside the former automobile showroom.

To see all the hottest building and category winners in November 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.

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