The highest price per square foot in November also happened to be the highest sales price and the highest list-to-sales ratio! Unit #709 at VIO at The Wharf with 1,985 square feet of interior space sold for $2,575,000 or $1,297 per square foot. The Southwest Waterfront condo with private terrace has direct elevator access and overlooks the promenade, piers and the Washington Channel.
Next on the list is #PH107 at Westlight in the West End. The highly modern penthouse with its private rooftop deck has 1,023 square feet of living space and closed at $1,240,000 or $1,212 per square foot.
Unit #26 at Dumbarton Place in Dupont Circle closed at its full asking price of $1,250,000 or $891 per square foot. It was the first closing at that building in over a year.
Next is Unit #1209 at the Residences at Market Square in Penn Quarter. This cute 1-bedroom with 529 square feet, hardwood floors and an extra-long balcony sold for $434,000 or $820 per square foot. Unit #604 at the Matrix in Logan Circle closed over its asking price for $770,000 or $819 per square foot.
Our final entry is Unit #7L at the full-service Ritz-Carlton West End. This luxury 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment with 1,324 square feet of living space sold for its full asking price of $1,025,000 or $774 per square foot.
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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