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The List of Winners from the DC Government Distressed Property Auction

by Will Smith

The List of Winners from the DC Government Distressed Property Auction

The DC government has published the names of all the winning bidders for the auction of distressed properties that occurred on January 30th. The official list is here, but to make it a little easier we’ve listed the winners’ names and bids along with all the photos, ordered from biggest to smallest bid. (See our previous coverage of the auction here and here.)

Separately, don’t forget there is an auction of the 40 remaining condos at The Fitz in Rockville next weekend. More details are here.

Here are the DC auction winners:

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100 Bryant St. NW. Washington, DC 20001 (map)
Bid Price: $380,000
Abbas Fahti
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3004 13th St. NW. Washington, DC 20009 (map)
Bid Price: $380,000
Capital City Real Estate, LLC
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2305 1st St. NW. Washington, DC 20001 (map)
Bid Price: $320,000
Jose A. Reyes
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57 Bryant St. NW. Washington, DC 20001 (map)
Bid Price: $320,000
Capital City Real Estate, LLC
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475 Florida Ave. NW. Washington, DC 20001 (map)
Bid Price: $300,000
Winner was not listed.
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1713 New Jersey Ave. NW. Washington, DC 20001 (map)
Bid Price: $260,000
Winner was not listed.
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646 I St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $230,000
Nathaniel Lewis
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1205 Delafield Place NW. Washington, DC 20011 (map)
Bid Price: $220,000
R & R Janitorial Painting and Building Services, Inc.
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1504 6th St. NW. Washington, DC 20001 (map)
Bid Price: $220,000
Nathaniel Lewis
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1001 Quebec Place NW. Washington, DC 20010 (map)
Bid Price: $210,000
Massoud J. Mamassan
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333 K St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $180,000
Morgan Kelleher
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627 14th Place NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $180,000
John Hagar
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3620 Rock Creek Church Rd. NW. Washington, DC 20010 (map)
Bid Price: $170,000
Bruke Gebrekidan Siraga
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510 Newton Place NW. Washington, DC 20010 (map)
Bid Price: $170,000
Nathaniel Lewis
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756 Park Rd. NW. Washington, DC 20010 (map)
Bid Price: $160,000
Thomas Allan Swarm
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805 7th St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $160,000
Charles Burger
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4924 Nash St. NE. Washington, DC 20019 (map)
Bid Price: $150,000
NCCI
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1644 Gales St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $130,000
Dilaryachew Belay
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1800 M St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $110,000
Kayla McDonald and Sandra McDonald Spence
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3022 Channing St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $90,000
Channing Street Builders, LLC
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1854 L St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $85,000
George Rodgers
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1737 L St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $80,000
Negesti Tekle
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4404 Foote St. NE. Washington, DC 20019 (map)
Bid Price: $75,000
George Rodgers
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1819 H Place NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $65,000
Kahssaye Tekle
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850 19th St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $65,000
George Rodgers
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1648 U St. SE. Washington, DC 20020 (map)
Bid Price: $60,000
George Rodgers
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1663 Montello Ave. NE. Washington, DC 20002 (map)
Bid Price: $40,000
George Rodgers
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2321 High St. SE. Washington, DC 20020 (map)
Bid Price: $35,000
Capital Leasing & Rentals, LLC

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_list_of_winners_from_the_dc_government_distressed_property_auction/554

2 Comments

  1. Mike K said at 1:04 pm on Wednesday February 18, 2009:

    Super interesting. Thanks for taking the time to do this.

  1. BES said at 10:49 am on Thursday February 19, 2009:

    I agree with Mike K.  There are some great architectural specimens in the group.  It would be interesting to follow the renovations of some of them!

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