November was a busy month for closings with five buildings in the DC area having three sales each: The Ritz-Carlton West End in the West End neighborhood, The Adagio in Bethesda, Madrigal Lofts in Mount Vernon Triangle, Somerset House in Chevy Chase, and The Vio in the Southwest Waterfront.
The two highest priced sales in November were also within this group. Unit #PRESP2 is the Presidential Penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton West End, and went under contract just three days after listing at $9,500,000. The palatial 5,664 square foot residence with three private terraces closed on November 19, 2021, for $9,150,000. The mansion in the sky also had the highest price per square foot at $1,615.47. The Adagio, meanwhile, enjoyed the second-highest sale for the month with Unit #8011, a luxurious 4,740 square foot, two-level penthouse that closed at $3,335,000. Among the many features are sweeping spiral stairs, four bedrooms, four full and two half-baths, and a 1,665 square foot wraparound private roof deck.
There were seven buildings with two sales each: The Odyssey in Arlington’s Courthouse neighborhood, 2501 M in the West End, Dumbarton Place in Dupont Circle, Turnberry Tower in Rosslyn, plus City Vista, Ten Ten Mass and The Whitman, all of which are in Mount Vernon Triangle. There were numerous monthly highlights within this batch as well. Unit #610 at The Odyssey in Rosslyn captured the second-highest list-to-sales ratio, listing at $759,900 and closing at $772,000 for 101.59 percent. Unit #810 at Turnberry Tower in next-door Rosslyn had the fifth-highest in the same category, listing for $1,395,000 before selling for $1,411,000, or 101.15 percent of asking. Unit #502 at 2501 M in the West End had the sixth-highest overall sales price in November at $2,500,000. The sleek 2,081 square foot flat with two bedrooms and 2.5 baths also enjoyed the third-highest price per square foot at $1,201.35.
Also notable in November is the first sale at Meridian Crescent in Adams Morgan since November 19, 2019. Unit #207 is a lovely two-level, two-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse with 2,041 square feet of living space plus two private terraces boasting incredible skyline views. After listing for $999,900, the fashionable residence sold for $1,035,000. That’s 103.51 percent over asking, making it the winner in the highest list price to sales ratio for the month.
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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