The highest price per square foot honors in July goes to Unit #514 at Lofts 14 in Logan Circle. The 1-bed, 1-bath plus den loft has 950 square feet of living pace and sold for $899,900, translating to $947.26 per square foot. The hipster living space with exposed ductwork and concrete ceilings also comes with a 500 square foot private terrace as well as a garage space and extra storage. In second place is Unit #416 at CityCenterDC in Downtown’s Mount Vernon Triangle. The sleek 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath flat with 1,209 square feet of interior space sold for $1,125,000 or $930.52 per square foot. Bonus points for the private patio!
In third place is Unit #604 at The Lauren in Bethesda. This was also the third-highest list price and the highest sales price in July, as well a full-priced sale on the same day the apartment hit the market! The giant 3,576 square foot residence sold for $3,220,000 or $900.45 per square foot. Impressive, all around! Next up is Unit #231 at Gaslight Square in Rosslyn. This 1,600 square foot loft sold for $1,420,000 or $887.50 per square foot. The stunning urban residence with maple floating stairs and a private deck was also the fifth-highest sales price in July.
Unit #302 at The Wyoming in Kalorama with 3-beds, 2-baths and 1,960 square feet of living space sold for $1,350,000 (sixth-highest in July) or $886.26 per square foot. The majestic Beaux Arts building with its grand marble lobby is one of Washington’s “Best Addresses.” Our final entry is Unit #909 at The Weslie in Rosslyn. The unique tri-level residence with 1,734 square feet of living space had the fourth-highest sales price in July: $1,525,000 which equals $879.47 per square foot. From its modernist interior to a large balcony with incredible views of the river and National Monument, this apartment is indeed special.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in July visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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