Both The Washington Post’s Jonathan O’Connell and the Washington Business Journal’s Tierney Plumb reported yesterday that pre-sales of the highest-end units at Abdo Development’s Gaslight Square are going quite well.
O’Connell tweeted early in the day that 10 units were already under contract at the 117-unit Rosslyn development. In the evening, Plumb had a more detailed report, noting that seven of the ten penthouses (with an average price of $1.3 million) were under contract, a fairly impressive feat for a project that has not done any marketing and just broke ground in January.
Gaslight Square will be located next to the Wooster and Mercer Lofts at 1600 Clarendon Boulevard (map), and the first sales event open to the public will be held on Tuesday March 15th.
Here’s what the Gaslight Square site looked like as of 1:30 this afternoon (with Wooster and Mercer Lofts in the background).
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/gaslight_penthouses_flying_off_the_shelves/3083.
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