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One of the finest luxury cooperative buildings in DC today, the 8-story brick Shoreham West Cooperative is one of the best addresses in DC with easy comfortable living in this very exclusive building.  With only 58 total units, the elegant cooperative apartments offer in-town living at its finest.  You can find the Shoreham West at the corner of Calvert Street NW and 28th Street.

The Shoreham West coops feature a formal reception foyer, a large separate dining room, 9-foot ceiling and most have private balconies.  Every bedroom suite has a big dressing room, a wall of closets and private bath.  There is a guest powder room in the foyer.  The large kitchens in each unit were designed for entertaining. There is plentiful free guest parking at the

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DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a condo at Woodley Park Towers located at 2737 Devonshire Place NW, #C in DC's Garfield neighborhood.  This condo featured 3 BR /  3.5BA / 3,300 SF and sold on July 23rd, 2013 for $1.3M / $394 SF.

This architect-designed condo is great space for entertaining and features a grand gallery entrance-way, a chef's kitchen and a banquet-sized dining room. Creature comforts include a laundry room with full-size appliances and a solarium with lovely park views.  Woodley Park Towers is featured in James Goode's Best Addresses and is a pet-friendly condo development.

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Stunning Wesley Heights is a residential neighborhood located in Northwest DC, close to American University, Washington’s business centers, shopping and restaurants.  Developed in the 1920s by W.C. and A.N. Miller, the builders are also responsible for developing the neighborhoods of Spring Valley and American University Park.  Wesley Heights is an upscale neighborhood sitting among mature leafy trees, and DC’s more exquisite single-family homes.  Wesley Heights is bounded by New Mexico Avenue to the east, Nebraska Avenue to the north, Battery-Kemble Park to the west and Glover Parkway to the south. 

The name of Foxhall was taken from nearby Foxhall Road, one of the most prestigious residential addresses in the city, which crosses through the

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during March 2013 was a cooperative in Kalorama at Wendell Mansion located at 2339 Massachusetts Avenue NW #2 Washington, DC 20008.  This Embassy Row residence features 4 BR / 3.5 BA / 4,000 SF.  The selling price was $2.33M / $583 SF, which was 93% of the asking price.

Congratulations to selling Realtor Ben Roth of Washington Fine Properties, LLC for closing the most expensive condo/coop sale in the District in March 2013.

Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in March 2013 was in Wesley Heights at the Towers located at 4201 Cathedral Avenue NW #1215E, Washington, DC 20016.  This 7 BR / 6.5 BA / 8553 SF condo includes four parking spaces.  The selling price was $1.9M which was

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during February 2013 was in Kalorama at Kalorama Square located at 1817 Kalorama Square NW #9 Washington, DC 20008.  This 4 BR / 7 BA / 3,600 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $2.0M / $556 SF, which was 93% of the asking price.

Congratulations to selling Realtor Jeanne Livingston of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in February 2013.


Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in February 2013 was also in Kalorama at 2101 Connecticut located at 2101 Connecticut Avenue NW #83, Washington, DC 20008.  This 3 BR / 3 BA co-op includes one parking space.  The selling price was $1.95M which was 100% of asking

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Located in Kalorama at the Corner of Connecticut Avenue and Kalorama Road is the Dresden.  This pre-war condo building is featured in James Goode's Best Addresses and represents one of developer Harry Wardman's most exquisite Georgian Revival projects.  The Dresden is a sister development to Wardman's Northumberland development located at New Hampshire and V in Dupont Circle.

The Dresden was completed and opened in 1910 as an apartment house.  It was grand for its day with large apartments, wide hallways and a marble wainscoting-clad lobby.  In 1974 the Dresden was converted from apartments to condos which were priced from $37,500 for an 874 SF unit to $135,000 for the largest unit with 3,175 SF.

Notable residents of the Dresden include Nellie Taylor

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Located in Adams Morgan just off 16th Street is 1661 Crescent Place, a James M. Goode Best Addresses Cooperative.  1661 Crescent is a Georgian Revival building designed by Joseph Younger that opened as a co-op in 1926.  Younger left his mark on DC also designing the Kennedy-Warren Apartments, Sixth Presbyterian Church and the Blackstone Hotel.

1661 Crescent Place is a six-story, red-brick building with prominent limestone trim and classical screens of columns.  Upon opening in 1926, original owners included military officers, foreign service officers and two Senators.     Other notable residents included Senator Thomas Gore (grandfather of Gore Vidal), portrait photographer Walter Bachrach and Edith Kermit Roosevelt (granddaughter of  President

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The Northumberland, located at 2039 New Hampshire Avenue NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, is featured in James Goode's Best Addresses.  Today, the Northumberland remains one of the best-preserved pre-World War I buildings. 

Designed by prominent architect Albert Beers and constructed in 1909 by the legendary Harry Wardman,  the Northumberland features a unique banded exterior facade.  The lobby of the Northumberland featuring 14-foot ceilings and walls adorned with muted-yellow Sienna Marble conveys a level of prestige that is impossible to replicate in newer construction.

Architected in a U configuration, the seven-story Northumberland has 67 units wrapping an interior courtyard.  Common building amenities include a 24-hour front desk,

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during November 2011 was in Georgetown at The Residences at the Ritz Carlton Georgetown, located at 3150 South Street NW #3B, Washington DC.  This 3 BR / 2.5 BA / 4,708 SF condo includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was $5.3M / $1,126 SF which was 96% of asking price.

Congratulations to William F.X. Moody of Washington Fine Properties, LLC for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in November 2011.

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Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in November 2011 was a co-op in Kalorama at 2029 Connecticut, located at 2029 Connecticut Avenue #31, Washington, DC.  This 4 BR / 4.5 BA 5,400 SF co-op includes two parking spaces.  The selling price was

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Standing guard over the intersection of 20th Street NW and Kalorama Road, the Mendota protects this corner the way a left tackle protects a quarterback.  The Mendota, which is featured in Goode's Best Addresses, was the first apartment building constructed in Kalorama Triangle.  At the time of its construction in 1901, the Mendota offered an upscale housing alternative to owning a DC rowhouse.  Over the next 26 years after the completion of the Mendota, 25 additional apartment buildings would be constructed in Kalorama Triangle.

The 1910 Census details the upper-middle class nature of the Mendota whose residents included two Library of Congress librarians, four lawyers, two druggists, two teachers, ten clerks, two clergyman, a geologist, a curator,

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