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Most Units Sold
Three "It" Buildings led the sales charts with two each in January: City Vista and The Sonata in Mount Vernon Triangle, and The Watergate in Foggy Bottom. A dozen buildings had one sale each including 2020 Lofts and Union Row in U Street Corridor and The Whitman in Mount Vernon Triangle.
Highest Sales Prices
Unit 1102 at Somerset House in Friendship Heights sold for $2,525,000, followed by The Odyssey in Arlington at $1,450,000, The Watergate in Foggy Bottom at $1,170,000, The Adagio in Bethesda at $1,105,000, The Sonata in Mount Vernon Triangle at $875,000, and Atrium in Arlington at $775,000.
Highest Sales Price to List Ratio
At the top of the stats, Unit 1507 at The Watergate in Foggy Bottom sold for $1,170,000 — that was 109.86% above the listing price. Union Row in U Street Corridor was a close second at 109.14%. Somerset House in Friendship Heights was third at 101.0%. Three full price sales in Mount Vernon Triangle finished the list: The Whitman, 555 Mass and City Vista.
Highest Prices Per Square Foot
Somerset House in Friendship Heights led the way again. Unit 1101 closed at $1,009 per SF. Next in order: The Odyssey in Arlington with $766/SF, Union Row in U Street Corridor with $658/SF, The Adagio in Bethesda with $650/SF, and two in Mount Vernon Triangle — The Sonata at $649/SF and The Whitman at $646/SF.
Highest Price New Listings
At $4,845,000, the top new listing for January is one of three must-see listings at The Lauren in Bethesda. A $3,999,990 listing at Hampden Row in Bethesda, a $3,400,000 penthouse at Turnberry Tower in Arlington and a $2,850,000 stunner at The Ritz-Carlton West End all made the list.
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