Unit #60 at 3303 Water Street nabs the highest price per measurement honors in January at $1,115.94 per square foot. The 1,725 square foot residence also took second place in the highest sales category at $1,925,000. Perched near the Potomac River and Georgetown Waterfront Park, the apartment offers splendid water views from the primary bedroom, as well as from the living area’s corner window walls. Also notable is an amazingly long open kitchen and dining area with panelized appliances blending in unobtrusively. Unit #706 at The Columbia in the West End neighborhood nabs the second-highest price per square foot award. The two-bedroom, two-bath condo with 1,194 square feet of space listed and sold for $1,100,000, translating to $921.27 per square foot. It was also part of the six-way tie in the sales-to-list sector at 100 percent. Crema Marfil marble flooring gives the apartment a distinct flavor, augmented by an open kitchen and private balcony.
Unit #404 at VIO at The Wharf in the revamped Southwest Waterfront is our third-place winner. The luxe condo with two bedrooms and two baths, earns $898.23 per square foot for its 1,130 sq. ft. layout. The closing price was $1,015,000 for the modern flat with its blonde hardwood floors and private terrace. Next is Unit #1210 at Turnberry Tower in Rosslyn. The unique two-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment with 1,814 square feet of space has been totally renovated from top to bottom. The condo sold for $1,600,000, making it the fourth-highest sale as well as the fourth-highest price per square foot at $882.23 per sq. ft. Direct elevator access, a sweeping balcony, walls of windows and beautifully remodeled kitchen and baths, makes this waterfront residence a standout.
In fifth place is Unit #210 at The Historic Row at 1745N in Dupont Circle. The full-priced closing of $1,275,000 translates to $848.87 per square foot. The 1,502 sq. ft. apartment with its classic layout and architectural details was also the sixth-highest condo sale for the month. Closing out the list is Unit #23 at Rainbow Lofts in Logan Circle. The two-bedroom, two-bath residence has two bedrooms, two baths, soaring barrel-formed concrete ceilings and 1,115 square feet of space. Set inside a former auto body shop, the trendy condo with its exposed ductwork and super cool fireplace feature, sold for 100 percent of its asking price at $949,000, translating to $821.65 per square foot.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in January visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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