April was another strong month for sales in the Washington, DC area, topped by five closings at Ten Ten Mass in the Mount Vernon Triangle. Included in the sales is Unit #PH106, a striking penthouse with one bedroom, a den that can be used for an additional bedroom, 2.5 baths and 1,074 square feet of space. The unit listed at $775,000 and sold for a very solid $760,000. Gleaming hardwood floors run throughout, and the main living area is completely open to a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
There were four buildings with four sales each in April: The Ventana in Penn Quarter, Madrigal Lofts in Mount Vernon Triangle, 2020 Lofts in the U Street Corridor, and 555 Mass in Mount Vernon Triangle. To give an idea of just how sturdy these closings were, three of the four sales at The Ventana were at full price with the other barely missing that mark; one of the four sales at Madrigal Lofts was at full price with another $10,000 over asking; two of the four sales at 2020 Lofts were full price and one of the closings at 555 Mass was $1,000 over list. Continuing the multi-sale streak, four buildings had three closings each: Gallery Place in Chinatown, 2501 M in the West End, City Vista in the Mount Vernon Triangle, and The Artisan in Penn Quarter. Notables in this batch include Unit #314 at Gallery Place, which took home second place honors in the list-to-sales ratio at 105.93 percent. The two-bedroom, two-bath flat with a fireplace and exposed concrete pillars listed for $675,000 and sold for $715,000. Commuting is a breeze from this address, as the condo building is right on top of the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro! Also in this grouping is Unit #404 at 2501 M, which earned fifth place in the highest price per square foot at $1,015.81. The extraordinary residence with two bedrooms and 2.5 baths, has giant windows, white oak flooring and a private balcony. The sales price was $1,285,000.
There were three buildings with two sales each in April: 1745N in Dupont Circle, 2101 Connecticut in Kalorama, and Atrium in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood. 1745N at Historic Row melds new construction with antique row houses. Both sales at this desirable address were over the million dollar mark, with Unit #211 selling for $1,300,000 and Unit #410 closing at $1,275,000. 2101 Connecticut is one of Washington’s “Best Addresses” as chronicled in James Goode’s well-known book on the subject. Atrium is named for its dramatic window walls and glass elevators, offering spectacular views.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in April visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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