Leading way with the most units sold in November is the iconic Watergate in Foggy Bottom. Designed by Luigi Moretti, the 10-acre mid-century modern complex includes three cooperative apartment complexes along with a hotel, offices, and shops. Two of the three sales earned additional honors. Unit #1508 was the second-highest closing for the month at $1,885,000. This glorious penthouse may only have one bedroom, but with 2,230 square feet of interior space there’s room for a second. There are also 2.5 baths, a massive main living area, and a sweeping staircase leading up to a huge private roof deck directly overlooking the Potomac River. Also noteworthy is Unit #407, a two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment with a sweeping balcony and river views that sold at full price for $750,000.
Three buildings had two sales each: Solo Piazza in Logan Circle, Somerset House in Chevy Chase, and The Sonata in Mount Vernon Triangle. Unit #206 at The Sonota took home first place in the list to sales sweepstakes. The one-bedroom, one-bath loft residence with soaring concrete ceilings sold at 101.57 percent of asking, for $359,000. Meanwhile, Unit #409 at Somerset House captured the third-highest closing price for the month at $1,580,000. The elegant residence has two bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a lovely 2,064 square foot layout. The condo is situated inside Parc Somerset, one of the region’s most prestigious gated communities with country club-style amenities.
Eight of our favorite buildings had one sale each. They are: 1745N in Dupont Circle, 22 West in the West End, Ritz-Carlton also in the West End, 2424 Lofts in Adams Morgan, Adams Alley also in Adams Morgan, 3303 Water Street in Georgetown, the Flour Mill also in Georgetown, and Metropole in Logan Circle. Lots of additional highlights from this bunch with Unit #3G at 3303 Water Street earning the highest sales price at $2,075,000 plus second place in the price per square foot contest at $1,099.05; Unit #1E at 22 West selling for $1,352,550 and taking third place in the list to sales ratio at 100.19 percent as well as fifth in the price per sq. ft. at $916.36; Unit #302 at Adams Alley nabbing second place in the list to sales with a closing price of $850,000 translating to 100.59 percent; Unit #709 at Flour Mill selling for full price at $1 million; Unit #605 at Metropole taking first place in the price per square foot and sixth place in the overall sales price at $1,161,24 and $1,390,000 respectively, and Unit #6G at the Ritz-Carlton selling for $1,130,000 and nabbing fourth in the price per sq. ft. contest at $985.18. If all that wasn’t enough, Unit #R1 at 2424 Lofts had its first sale since March 20, 2019, and also took fourth place honors in the highest sales price category at $1,550,000!
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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