Real estate trends from the Cleveland Park area, including types of homes and price changes.
Cleveland Park is an ideal community for your next home. Its median sales price is $429,900. The price per square foot of homes is $496.
Transportation-wise, most Cleveland Park residents commute by public transportation, due to a metro stop right in the neighborhood, as well as access to many bus lines. Cleveland Park’s northern section has reached its highest pitch with listings in 2016 selling for two percent higher than they did for the same period in 2015.
The number of units sold in 2016 rose 37.5 percent.
Cleveland Park’s population density is about 10,505 people per square mile. It has a high lifestyle rating of 74, with 100 being the best.
Real estate trends in Petworth, including home prices, architecture and walkability.
Petworth real estate is trending upwards. Trends are showing a large increase of around $35,000, or five percent. Price per square foot of homes fell to $450, down just nine dollars. One bedroom homes will cost around $336,000 and larger four bedroom properties are trending at around $760,000.
First-time home buyers are attracted to Petworth, as it tends to skew younger residents, with the median age being 37. Its median income is around $56,000 with condos and townhomes making up about 33 percent of the neighborhood.
One bedroom condos and co-ops are growing in this vibrant neighborhood. There’s been a gradual increase of about 29 percent. Condos with one
Real estate trends in Georgetown, including median home sale prices and what sells in Georgetown.
Georgetown has had an increase in home sales of approximately two percent (or around $19,000). However, the average price per square foot ended up falling $28 dollars.
If you’re on the lookout for a condo for just yourself, a one bedrooms will cost you around $490,000. If your significant other and you are in the market for a two bedroom, trends are around $875,000. Want a larger home for an expanding family? Trends are reporting around $1.6 million. Median home sales in Georgetown are $981,500.
Walkability in D.C. is a huge bonus for a lot of neighborhoods. Georgetown is extremely walkable, with gorgeous cobblestone streets and many locally owned
Popular grocery chain Wegmans is coming to the D.C. area.
It’s happening! Wegmans, the wildly popular grocery chain with a cult following, is coming to the D.C. area. Tenleytown will be the lucky neighborhood with the grocer, as it is set to be in part of the Fannie Mae building.
The deal was announced late Sunday night ahead of the International Council of Shopping Centers’ annual meeting here in D.C.
Wegman’s will anchor a mixed-use development at 3900 Wisconsin Ave., near the new developments in the Glover Park area near the National Cathedral and Sidwell Friends School. The development will be smaller than typical Wegman’s stores, 80,000 square feet as opposed to 150,000 square feet. There’s also plans for a standalone restaurant above the
New real estate on the market in the 16 St. Heights neighborhood, including spacious row homes and cozy condos.
The 16th St. Heights neighborhood has been dubbed D.C.’s “sleeper neighborhood” for its picturesque surroundings and the fact that homes are getting scooped up by the minute.
The 16th St. Heights neighborhood includes 16th Street NW to the west, Georgia Avenue NW to the east, Military Road NW and Missouri Avenue NW to the north, and Arkansas Avenue to the south. Homes are known for having more space and lower costs. There are also plenty of condos and English basement apartments available too.
There’s a gorgeous row house at 4420 15th St. NW, with four bedrooms, one full bath and one half bath. Along with a full basement, this all
Newly renovated single family homes located in the secluded, tree-lined streets in the Crestwood neighborhood of DC.
The Crestwood neighborhood is entirely residential, allowing for plenty of quiet and community among its residents. Seclusion in the city is the sell for this gorgeous neighborhood.
Luxurious homes perfect for big families can be found in Crestwood, like the magnificent home on 1743 Webster St. NW. The interior has been completely renovated and includes seven bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two powder rooms and a large in-law suite with a full kitchen. There’s a rear garden for all the green thumbs out there and a detached two-car garage.
There’s also 1875 Taylor St. NW, a beautiful four bedroom, four bath Colonial oasis. The
New real estate, restaurants and tried-and-true neighborhood establishments in the Cleveland Park neighborhood of D.C.
Cleveland Park is bustling with new developments and plenty of real estate. Perfect for couples or singles, 3900 Connecticut Ave. is a sunny one-bedroom apartment for sale on the garden side of the building with rustic views of trees and a truly charming vintage kitchen. With hardwood floors and nine-foot ceilings, this place is a gem.
Once you’re all moved in, head out to any of the new restaurants in the Cleveland Park neighborhood, like Dolan Uyghur (a mere four blocks from the 3900 Connecticut Ave. building above!), an Asian/Middle Eastern restaurant. Savory noodle dishes, juicy dumplings and more await you at this Connecticut
Upcoming projects, new developments, top restaurants and going green in the Petworth neighborhood.
Petworth is popping up with new buildings and developments every week it seems! As recent as April 2017, two properties were on the market after being converted into condo buildings. The buildings, now known as the Montage, were formerly a single-family home and an office building, respectively. The homes, which are very close to the Georgia Ave./Petworth Metro stop, were sold so quickly they are currently 75 percent full. The units are priced around $600,000.
It was announced in November 2016 that the Rock Creek Baptist Church at 8th and Upshur Sts. would move to Maryland and be demolished. In its place will be brand-new condominiums. Once
Newly renovated Georgetown townhomes and condos, offering historical charm, boasting views and natural light.
Georgetown is a historical neighborhood with lots of European flair. Immerse yourself in its charm, tradition and sophistication. Townhomes dot Georgetown’s landscape, like the private 3267 N St. NW. The newly renovated three bedroom, two and a half bath, two-level condo was built in 1870, so there is plenty of historical charm. It was originally the first floor of a Smiths Row townhouse. Smiths Row was a swath of homes built in 1809 by Walter and Clement Smith, architects who lived in one of the homes they built.
If a larger condo building is more your speed, you’ll want to check out 1015 33rd St. NW. Enjoy all the amenities at Georgetown’s
Upcoming projects, new developments, including a new metro line, and upscale restaurants in the Chevy Chase neighborhood.
Chevy Chase is booming with new projects and developments coming in the next few years. One of the busiest developments is due to start construction in early 2018. The Chevy Chase Lake Shopping Center on Connecticut Ave will be torn down and rebuilt to include two apartment buildings and a condo building. There are also plans to include a 50,000 sqft. space on the building’s ground floor for a grocery store (although no info has been provided yet as far as what grocer will go in).
There are plans in the works for five apartment buildings to be reconstructed into two apartment buildings. The current building is called the Newdale