Tag Archives: The Columbia


The Columbia | Market Pulse | July 2020

The Columbia Residences takes a back seat to no one when it comes to unique condominium communities in Washington, DC. Founded in Thomas Circle in 1866, the Columbia Hospital for Women was dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital subsequently moved to the West End neighborhood in 1876, and was […]



Market Leaders | Most Units Sold | July 2020

July ushered in a wave of condominium sales in the Washington, DC area. Topping the list is City Vista in the Mount Vernon Triangle with four sales. This upscale urban development offers three residential towers, along with a private one-acre park, a rooftop swimming pool, club room and a number of ground level businesses including […]


The Columbia | Market Pulse | June 2020

You would be hard-pressed to find a more unique condominium community in Washington than the Columbia Residences. Founded in Thomas Circle in 1866, the Columbia Hospital for Women was dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital moved to the West End in 1876 and was rebuilt in 1912, with a […]



Market Leaders | Most Units Sold | June 2020

June brought in a fresh wave of sales in the nation’s capital. The Odyssey in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood had three sales, including Unit #520 which tied for the fourth highest list-to-closing for the month. The one-bedroom, one-bath flat with 649 square feet sold for full price at $465,000. Union Row in the U Street Corridor […]




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 […]