Washington, DC Luxury Condos

The condo market in Washington, D.C., offers a variety of living experiences, combining historic charm with modern amenities and urban convenience. These properties cater to various preferences and needs, making them popular for residents seeking quality housing in the nation's capital. Whether you're looking for a condo or a cooperative address, you're in the correct location. Get your search started!

DC's Condo Market Stats

Average Price $714K
Lowest Price $201K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 1,392
Avg. Price/SQFT $615

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Location and NeighborhoodsThe luxury condo market is primarily concentrated in sought-after neighborhoods such as Georgetown, West End, Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Capitol Hill, and the Wharf, among others. These areas offer a mix of architectural styles, from historic townhomes to modern high-rises, and provide easy access to cultural institutions, fine dining, high-end shopping, and green spaces.

Amenities and Services: Luxury condos in Washington, D.C., typically boast state-of-the-art amenities and services that cater to the refined tastes of their residents. This includes features such as 24-hour concierge services, valet parking, rooftop terraces with stunning views, private fitness centers, swimming pools, and pet-friendly facilities. Many luxury buildings also offer communal spaces like private lounges, entertainment rooms, and outdoor grilling areas to foster a sense of community among residents.

Design and Architecture: A variety of architectural styles can be found within the luxury condo market in D.C., ranging from meticulously restored historic buildings to contemporary glass-and-steel structures. Regardless of the style, these properties often showcase high-quality craftsmanship, cutting-edge design, and top-of-the-line finishes. Features such as floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with premium appliances, spa-like bathrooms, and smart home technology are common in these upscale residences.

ConnectivityWashington, D.C.'s luxury condo community benefits from the city's well-connected public transportation system. Many buildings are located within walking distance to Metro stations, offering residents easy access to different parts of the city, as well as to the neighboring states of Maryland and Virginia. Additionally, the city's network of bike lanes and car-sharing services contribute to the overall accessibility and convenience of living in a luxury condo.

Washington, DC is a collection of wards and neighborhoods, from densely populated urban corridors to leafy suburban enclaves. The original design of quadrants, grand avenues and street grids radiating out from the U.S. Capitol has always lent itself to styles of housing that can accommodate a growing population. This is especially evident in the modern era with the proliferation of luxury condos that befit the federal district’s vibrant and cosmopolitan lifestyle.

It's a place where treelined sidewalks can quickly merge with wide corridors named after states, such as Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Massachusetts Avenues. You can choose from old historic buildings that have been gutted and transformed from one purpose to another—such as former schools, churches, warehouses, and auto showrooms—into industrial chic lofts.

Or you might prefer something very new and large, like the mixed-use CityCenterDC, described by the New York Times as a modern day Rockefeller Center complete with condos, upscale shops, and restaurants. Others have an affinity for much smaller and intimate boutique buildings with all the high-end trimmings, such as wide plank hardwood floors and gourmet kitchens recessed into single walls. The high-end real estate menu is truly varied, and architecturally inspired.

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Washington was established in 1790 and grew steadily over the following decades and centuries. By 1870, the population was nearly 132,000 residents and the proliferation of rowhouses, and grand apartment buildings was just starting to hit its peak. By the mid-20th century, newer and larger forms of residential construction were beginning to make their presence known, and it wouldn’t be long before condominiums became a predominant form of home ownership in tightly developed areas. Today, glittering modern structures intermingle with classic traditional architecture, snaking in and about the various historic districts, of which there are many.

In addition to the varied styles and ages of upscale condos, there’s also the choice of location. You can live near the waterfront in tony neighborhoods like Georgetown or exciting new developments like The Wharf. Many choose to be close to the downtown action or Capitol Hill itself with its corridors of political power, while others love the historic charm and sidewalk cafes in Dupont Circle or the long-popular nightlife of Adams Morgan and the U Street Corridor. But this handful of communities is simply scratching the surface in the District of Columbia with its 131 unique neighborhoods!

From location to size, style, amenities, walkability and transit, there’s a seeming endless menu of choices and variables. We are here to help guide you, at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.

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District of Columbia Luxury Condos FAQ’s

Q: Are luxury condos common in Washington, DC?

A: Yes, the District of Columbia is well known for its upscale housing, ranging from boutique buildings to high-rises, as well as popular mixed-use communities.

Q: I see a lot of references to mixed-use condominiums. Can you explain what the term means?

A: A mixed-use condominium is one that has additional purposes beyond residential use. This can range from a couple of ground level businesses, such as cafes, or a large scale mixed-use community with many choices and conveniences. Examples would include City Center with over 40 shops and restaurants, or the iconic Watergate with co-ops, a hotel, a mall, and more.

Q: What is the price range for luxury condos in Washington?

A: Much depends on size and location. A luxury condo can be as small as a studio or one bedroom if it’s well appointed, or it can be as lavish as a three-level penthouse. Generally speaking, the range starts in the mid-six figures and can climb as high as $10 million.


A: It depends on the building itself. At a small boutique development, you will normally see a smaller list of extras for residents, such as a roof deck or parking. Larger condominiums might offer amenities such as a staffed front desk, fitness center, club room, and swimming pool. Each building is different, and it is something you will have to check on a case-by-case basis.

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