Phillips after 5 is a lively mix of art and entertainment, including live music, food, and cash bar, on the first Thursday of the month. Reservations are strongly advised for this popular event. Members always admitted free, no reservation needed.
First event of the season:
Summer in the City: The American '50s
June 5, 2014, 5:00-8:30 pm
Explore the wonders of the 1950s American city. Hear jazz of the era, sample classic American diner food from Shake Shack, and participate in a collaborative art and poetry project.
In collaboration with the DC Jazz Festival. Sample classic American burgers from Shake Shack. Sign up to receive e-news for a chance to win Cone Cards. While supplies last
For a complete schedule of events, visit Phillips after 5
The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW Tel: 202.387.2151
The 2014 REAL Trends 500, an annual research report ranking the performance of residential real estate firms in the United States, has recognized Washington Fine Properties (WFP) as a leader among firms for 2013. Only the top 500 firms out of over 20,000 firms in the nation are recognized in the report, based on closed transaction sides and closed sales volume.
The firm attended the REAL Trends’ 27th annual Gathering of Eagles Conference on April 30 in Dallas, where the REAL Trends 500 report was released. A record crowd of more than 370 industry leaders attended the event, which was headlined by the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush.
For 2013, Washington Fine Properties ranked #70 of the top 500 Largest Brokers in the United States. The firm was proud to have achieved an astonishing 26 percent increase in closed sales volume since 2012.
For the fifth consecutive year, Washington Fine Properties earned the #1 position out of all firms in the United States for having the highest average sales price of $1.26 million.
Washington Fine Properties continues to lead the Capital Region, as it has sold 40 percent more properties over $1 million in Washington, D.C. than its next closest competitor. In 2013, WFP participated in more than 59 percent of sales over $5 million in the Capital Region, while also increasing its sales under $1 million by 50 percent in the past five years.
Washington Fine Properties (WFP), has announced that it has recently closed the highest priced sale in Kalorama so far in 2014. The historic 1920s residence was listed for $5.995 million.
Located at 2446 Belmont Road NW, the magnificent Tudor sits on two oversized lots in Washington’s prestigious Kalorama neighborhood, the home to many embassies, ambassadorial residences, and influential families. The residence has undergone a meticulous renovation and substantial addition, featuring nine bedrooms, gracious public rooms, refinished hardwood floors throughout, and original leaded glass windows that have been restored and rebuilt with custom high end finishes. The stunning outdoor space boasts two tiers of extensive flagstone terraces, formal gardens, and a gated courtyard for up to ten vehicles.
Washington Fine Properties represented both sides of the transaction. Mark McFadden represented the sellers, while Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the purchasers.
Since 2010, Washington Fine Properties has been involved in 27 out of the 34 sales over $3 million in Kalorama, a 79 percent market share. Since 2013, the firm has been involved in 6 out of the 7 sales over $3 million, an astonishing 86 percent market share.