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The Montrose Changes Ownership, Goes Condo
The Montrose, a boutique rental building in Midtown Manhattan, was recently sold in a $75 million transaction brokered by HFF.
Argos Development’s The Montrose Residences have Sold Out
Real estate marketing company Urban Pace LLC has announced that all the condominium homes at The Montrose Residences, a 15-unit low-rise community in Washington’s prestigious Georgetown neighborhood, have sold. The building, the former home of Henry and Anne Hurt Home for the Blind, has recently undergone a three-year renovation and all of the luxury units were sold just six months after the project’s completion.
Georgetown’s Montrose Residences More Than 50% Pre-Sold
In spite of the booming apartment construction in the Washington, D.C., metro area, the condo market is tight, with just nine-and-a-half months of new inventory available in the region, on average, according to Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services. The demand to own condos in the market is high and growing. That's why a historic building in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood is already more than 50 percent pre-sold, months before the completion of its renovation.
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