1055 High Sales Underway in Georgetown

Affluent Georgetown, known for its upscale housing and powerful elite DC residents, now has new luxury boutique condominiums on the market.  EastBanc Inc., has 7 large new units for sale at 1055 High, located where the C&O Canal meets Wisconsin Avenue in the heart of Georgetown with amazing views of the Canal.  1055 High is south of M Street, on Wisconsin Avenue between the C&O Canal and Water Alley.  It is steps from the Potomac River, Waterfront Park, M Street and the neighborhood’s exquisite shops and fine dining.

Sales are now underway in this upscale building, which is expected to be completed by the end of this year.  Some of DC’s most expensive units will range in price from $3 million to more than $5 million.  1055 High features residences with 3,300-4,300 SF; 3-4 BR; large private terraces or balconies; European chef-designed kitchens; spa-inspired bathrooms and 2 parking spaces for each residence.  Building amenities include a 24-hour front desk; guest parking; a landscaped green roof terrace with a 45-foot heated outdoor swimming pool; a glass-enclosed fitness center; and a private patio with a built-in kitchen.  The penthouse unit, featuring 3 BR, 4.5 BA and 4,081 SF with 2 car garages and private terrace, is listed at $5.55 million.

The exterior façade of 1055 High has an industrial design with brick, stone and steel and large windows.  The master bedrooms overlook the Canal, and the living room and dining room face Wisconsin Avenue and the Potomac River.  The ground floor features retail spaces and will be occupied by upscale fashion retailers.  Located in the heart of Georgetown, 1055 High is an exciting option for anyone seeking luxury waterviews in DC.

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#1 By Mark Washburn at 5/26/2021 2:03 AM

6/16/14 update: 1055 High has sold out. All seven units had multiple offers, sold above asking price and all buyers were cash.

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