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Washington DC Condos With Doormen

While it is common to associate doormen with condos in world-renown neighborhoods like the Upper East Side, Knightsbridge and the 16th Arrondissement, DC deserves a seat at the table with several outstanding luxury condo developments featuring a traditional doorman.  Condominiums and Cooperatives with doormen can be found through out the District, however the most significant concentration of these upscale buildings are located in Georgetown, Foggy Bottom and the West End Neighborhoods.

Luxury condo developments with doormen are also available across the Potomac in Arlington.  Here is a resource to view Arlington condos with doormen.

Washington DC Condos With Doormen

Washington DC Condos With Doormen October 29, 2020
65
Listed
103
Avg. DOM
$779.40
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$849,000
Med. List Price
65 Properties
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Recently Sold Washington DC Condos With Doormen

Washington DC Condos With Doormen Recent Sales October 29, 2020
37
Listed
111
Avg. DOM
$633.96
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$707,586
Med. List Price
37 Properties
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