When this West End penthouse first landed on the market in 2016, it was the tenth most expensive listing for sale in Washington, D.C. With the recent $450,000 chop to its price, it now ranks as the eighteenth most expensive listing in the District.
A brand new condo is on the West End market, newly constructed and oh-so-luxurious. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom unit is located in Eastbanc’s condo development, Westlight, which first launched sales in October 2016.
Tacky, unusual, perplexing—each of these words will likely cross your mind as you browse through the following photos of homes that were either listed or sold in the D.C. area in 2016. See the homes, from a stony castle to a White House replica.
From a modern kitchen in McLean, VA to a brass-colored kitchen above the Spanish Steps in D.C., see which homes in the region are sure to make you say, "Wow." Expect design features like decorative columns, chinoiserie wallpapers, and fireplaces.
NeighborhoodX compiled a list of the most expensive one-bedroom and two-bedroom listings currently on the D.C. market. Curbed has mapped the findings, in order from most to least expensive one-bedrooms and from most to least expensive two-bedrooms.
This Monday, private "preview appointments" began at the brand new West End condo development, Westlight. With sales expected to launch October, the 71 units range in price from $625,000 to $4.5 million with features like natural gas cooktops.
See what to expect from EastBanc, Inc.'s project in West End. This project will feature a 15,500-square-foot West End Fire Station, 21,000-square-foot public library, and a tournament-ready squash facility, called Squash on Fire. Also, expect retail.
In West End's Residences at the Ritz-Carlton, this bi-level penthouse has landed on the market for $7.695 million. With skyline views of the city, the three-bedroom unit may appeal to those who like to entertain, especially with its outdoor terrace.
With a $6.95 million asking price, this three-bedroom West End penthouse has landed on the Washington, D.C. market as the tenth most expensive listing in the city. In West End, it is the priciest overall. Take a look inside here.
During the month of July, D.C. rents grew at a rate of more than twice the national average growth. In ApartmentList’s latest monthly rent report, they gave all the details on which neighborhoods are experiencing the fastest rent increases.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Washington, D.C. neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $5,250/month.