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 also had three closings. The trendy development is comprised of two addresses, the Flats at Union Row and the Lofts at Union Row. Unit #413 has one bedroom, a den and two full baths, with exposed ductwork and other cool industrial touches. The full price sale of $599,000 ties the condo for fourth place in the sale-to-list ratio.
City Vista in the Mount Vernon Triangle had two sales in June. Unit #426 was the second highest sale-to-list ratio for the month. The one-bedroom apartment with a den and two full baths has 1,008 square feet of living space and sold for $644,000, equaling 100.78 percent of asking. The Columbia in the West End also had two sales. The historic former women’s hospital has its own on-site Trader Joe’s! Unit #223 listed at $529,000 and closed two weeks later at $535,000, or 101.13 percent. The bright and attractive apartment has an open kitchen with hanging pendant lights over the breakfast bar, a large bedroom and a dual-entry bathroom.
The Sonata in the Mount Vernon Triangle had two sales including Unit #701, a two-bedroom, two-bath stylish apartment with 1,028 square feet. The flat sold for full price at $669,000. The Wyoming in Kalorama also had two sales. The grand old Beaux Arts building with is known for having Washington’s prettiest lobby, as noted in the National Historic Register. Washington Harbour in Georgetown had two sales as well. Unit #104 sold for $900,000, making it the sixth-highest condominium sale of the month. The opulent 2,316 square foot apartment also has a stunning private balcony.
There were five notable Life At The Top buildings with one sale each. These include CityCenterDC in the Mount Vernon Triangle, the Ritz-Carlton West End in the West End neighborhood, the Waterview in Rosslyn, Wooster and Mercer in Rosslyn and the Wormley School in Georgetown. From this group, Unit #PH6 at the Wormley School is especially notable. The huge multi-story residence in the historic schoolhouse has four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 4,550 square feet of living space. The one of a kind penthouse sold for $3,650,000, making it the second highest closing in June.
To see all the hottest building and category winners in June visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report.
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