A condo at The Wharf is now the most expensive condominium ever sold in DC.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that a 5,500 square-foot unit at Amaris, a new luxury development from Hoffman & Associates and Madison Marquette, just closed for $12.762 million. Matt McCormick of TTR Sotheby's International Realty represented the buyer.
The two-level unit has a home gym, three parking spots and there are 2,255 square feet of balcony and terrace space. So who is the buyer?
"[The] buyer lives on the West Coast, but had spent several years looking for an East Coast residence as a base to visit family in the DC area," according to The Wall Street Journal. "Part of the building’s appeal was its proximity to the water, and the buyer has leased two boat slips nearby."
The nearly $13 million condo sale dethrones a penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown as the priciest condo ever sold in the city. That unit sold last year for $11 million and Matt McCormick of TTR Sotheby's International Realty also represented the buyer.
Rendering of Amaris Courtesy of Hoffman Realty.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/dcs_priciest_condo_sale_on_record_closes_for_12_million/20879.
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