Market Leaders | Highest Prices Per Square Foot | March 2021

Unit #1122 at the Residences at Market Square in Penn Quarter led the way in March’s highest price per square foot category. The one-bedroom, one-bath apartment sold for $818,000, translating to $1,039.39 per sq. ft. for its 787 square foot L-shaped layout. The thoughtfully renovated residence with its custom millwork has three French doors that open to an extended private terrace with picture perfect views of Downtown Washington. In second place is Unit #2606 at The Waterview in Rosslyn. The spacious two-bedroom, 2.5-bath flat with 1,523 square feet of space sold for $1.5 million, representing $984.90 per square foot. The stunning residence with its $100,000 makeover and sweeping views of the Potomac River also happened to be the fourth-highest overall sales price for a condo or co-op in the DC Metro area in March.

Third place goes to #1104 at VIO at The Wharf in the Southwest Waterfront. The 1,130 square foot luxury apartment sold for $1,055,000, or $933.63 per sq. foot. With two bedrooms and two baths, the open-space modern residence features giant windows, a sleek and glossy cooking area and a private balcony with views of the boat slips and Washington Channel below. In fourth place is Unit #310 at The Historic Row at 1745 N in Dupont Circle. With two bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 1,466 square feet of space, this apartment flawlessly combines architectural details such as exposed brick walls and arched windows, with new modern features like the stunning yet unobtrusive open kitchen. The sales price of $1,275,000 equals $869.71 per sq. foot.

In fifth place is Unit #326W at The Warehouses at Union Row in the U Street Corridor. The three-level townhouse with three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 1,419 sq. feet of interior space closed at $1,155,000 ($813.95 per square foot). With ultra-wide plank floors, floating iron stairs and a terrific private terrace, this warehouse-style residence with $125,000 in improvements, is the epitome of industrial chic. Closing out our Top 6 is Unit #809 at Solo Piazza in Logan Circle. The contemporary residence is just 673 square feet in size, not counting the balcony overlooking the city. But there’s value galore here at $799.55 per sq. foot. This was also second highest in the list to sales category, selling for $538,100, or 107.64 percent of asking. An open gourmet kitchen with granite counters and upscale stainless steel appliances, a gas fireplace and intriguing room shapes add to the appeal.

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