For the second time in two months, a Robert Gurney-designed abode has gotten a price chop. This recently reduced co-op is found in Foggy Bottom in the Watergate South complex and was touched up by the award-winning architect not once, but two times. These renovations added wood paneling and swapped the interior's wall-to-wall carpeting for marble flooring. Despite the refresher and despite amenities like a 24-hour concierge and heated pool, the listing has continued to languish on the market. Curbed last wrote about the two-bedroom, two-bathroom listing when it landed on the market in November 2015. If interested in nabbing it for yourself, it's up for grabs for $899,000, down from its original $985,000.
The first Gurney-renovated listing that lowered in price this year was a 1954-built single-family home in Spring Valley. The architect totally transformed the listing in 2011 from the inside out. After modernizing the house, he earned the 2014 Award of Merit in Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects. Originally, this glassy listing asked $4.99 million when it landed on the market in December 2014. Currently, it's on the market for $3.95 million.
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· 700 New Hampshire Avenue NW #519 [Redfin]
· Robert Gurney-Designed Foggy Bottom Condo Asks $985K [Curbed DC]
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