All posts by Jeff Wilson

Wooster and Mercer | Market Pulse | May 2020

Modern Living at Wooster and Mercer Lofts

The Wooster and Mercer Lofts have been one of region’s most popular condominium communities since their completion in 2007. Developed by Abdo and designed by Cunningham Quill Architects, the handsome brick complex with its retro industrial vibe stretches for two blocks along trendy Clarendon Boulevard, and down the side streets of N. Pierce and N. […]

The Waterview | Market Pulse | May 2020

View Of The Washington Monument

The Waterview lives up to its name, perched near the Potomac River in the Rosslyn waterfront neighborhood. Designed by the prestigious Pei Cobb Freed firm, the luxury full service condominium complex also includes Le Meridien Hotel as well as a 23-story office building. The perennial popularity of the address often results in a shortage of […]

Turnberry Tower |Market Pulse | May 2020

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Turnberry Tower has the distinction of being the tallest residential building in the Washington Metro area. But the modern curvilinear structure with its glass and steel facade is much more than that. Poised by the Potomac River in Arlington’s popular Rosslyn neighborhood, the 26-story tower offers style, a great waterfront location, stunning views and a […]

Ritz-Carlton West End | Market Pulse | May 2020

The Ritz Carlton West End

The Residences at Ritz-Carlton West End are luxury condominiums, located in two towers flanking a Ritz-Carlton hotel in the West End neighborhood. Condo owners enjoy full-service hotel-style amenities, as well as ground level businesses. The units are spacious, well-appointed and enjoy a great location next-door to Georgetown. There was only one new listing in May […]

The Columbia | Market Pulse | May 2020

The Columbia Residences is one of Washington’s most unique and visually striking condominium communities. It was originally the Columbia Hospital for Women, located first in Thomas Circle in 1866 and dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital moved to the West End neighborhood in 1876 and was completely rebuilt in […]