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This site was designed for busy Washingtonians to accelerate your quest for knowledge about the DC housing market.  Consider it your resource to facilitate the process of buying, selling or valuing your DC real estate.

Before you head out to countless open houses, spend some time browsing the DC Condo Boutique.  Our goal is to provide meaningful information about the popular DC neighborhoods to assist in identifying the right one for you.  Within each of the featured neighborhoods, you can use this site to virtually visit hundreds of condos and homes from the comfort of your couch or desk!

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DC Condo Boutique customers benefit from the global reach of our brokerage, TTR Sotheby's International Realty.  We service clients in the Metro DC area with five offices located Downtown in Logan Circle, Georgetown, Chevy Chase, McLean and Old Town Alexandria.

The Sotheby's International Realty network reaches 49 countries with a commitment to assisting clients with luxury real estate in the world's most desired locations.  The broad reach of Sotheby's International Realty brand coupled with the DC Condo Boutique market leading web presence offers clients a true winning formula for success in the competitive DC real estate market.

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Shaw Home Prices Appreciating Rapidly

Median sales prices for homes have escalated in the Shaw neighborhood by 17 percent in the last 12 months.  Shaw, located in the heart of DC in the northwest quadrant, has seen a spike in its average prices for condos, up from $586,000 to $743,000, a 27 percent growth.  The price of a 3-bedroom row home surged even higher---from $698,000 to $939,000, up 35 percent.  The Victorian architecture of the row houses, a very central location, and walking distance to a Metro Station (both the Sha... Read More

Exploring Park View

Park View is a small, quiet neighborhood in northwest DC with a strong sense of community among its residents.  Just north of Howard University, two Metro Stations serve the area both on the Yellow and Green Lines: Georgia Avenue-Petworth and Columbia Heights Station.  There are also several Metro bus lines.  Surrounded by Columbia Heights, Petworth and Howard University, the neighborhood around it has been developing with new restaurants and bars.  The nearby commercial corridor along Ge... Read More

DC is Wealthy, Smart and Snobby

DC is the 7 wealthiest city in the country, according to Bloomberg Business, in a new report of 100 of the country’s largest metro areas.  The 20 richest cities in the United States were based on their 2014 Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) per resident based on a study by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.  First place San Jose, California, takes the top spot for wealthiest city in the nation, with a large GMP per resident of $105,482---which is double the national average.  The top 3 ... Read More

The Pennsylvania: Penn Quarter Perfection

Live on the power street of the world---Pennsylvania Avenue---in DC’s Penn Quarter.  This is the street that witnesses Presidential Inaugural parades and Presidential motorcades from the White House to the halls of Congress.  Look over your shoulder to see the magnificent dome of the U.S. Capitol on Pennsylvania Avenue.  For history buffs or someone who dreams to live among the upper crust, this premier location of The Pennsylvania condominium building is on the corner of Indiana Avenue, ... Read More

Tysons Is No Longer a Corner

“Tysons” will soon replace the “Tysons Corner” name that has been around for more than 160 years by next summer 2016 in a decision by the Census Bureau this week.  The relabeling of the Tysons Corner business and shopping area comes at a time when city leaders have successfully pushed for a comprehensive redevelopment plan transforming the area into an accessible, walkable, sustainable urban region.  Tysons is located in Northern Virginia between McLean and Vienna along the Capital Beltwa... Read More

Featured Capitol Riverfront Developments…

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Listing information last updated on December 1st, 2015 at 12:00am EST.