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WFP Opens New Downtown Office

June 29, 2015

Washington Fine Properties (WFP) announced Monday the opening of its newest office in Washington D.C. at 1604 14th Street, N.W., in the heart of the high energy and expanding downtown market, directly across from the very popular Le Diplomate Restaurant.

The new office reinforces Washington Fine Properties’ already strong presence in the downtown market and affords a street-front office for an additional 20 agents as part of WFP’s growing agent team. The 14th Street corridor has developed into a premier destination in Washington D.C. for restaurants, theatre, retail stores, and night life.

“We are thrilled to have this exciting addition to our 5 offices in the Capital Region,” said Thomas B. Anderson, President of Washington Fine Properties. “When we decided to strengthen our presence in this explosive market, this space is exactly what we wanted.”  

Washington Fine Properties has sustained the highest agent sales volume in the Capital Region among its competitors consecutively for the past 5 years.  Known for offering specialized brokerage services catering to properties in all price ranges, the firm is dominating sales in Washington D.C. in apartments, townhouses, and single family homes.


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Fillmore School Sold for $16.5M

June 14, 2015

George Washington University has sold the historic Fillmore School Building in Georgetown for $2.5 million over its list price to the S&R Foundation.

TTR Sotheby's International Realty initially listed the property in January at $14 million.

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Via Umbria Market Coming Soon

June 8, 2015

(Photo by: viaumbria.com)

Last September, Via Umbria launched in Georgetown with the opening the Via Umbria Emporiom. Now, nearly nine months later they’re ready to deliver on the rest of their promise, the Market at Via Umbria.

On June 6 they temporarily closed their doors at 1525 Wisconsin Avenue to begin the transformation from a Georgetown retail store to a full- fledged Umbrian market.

Sometime around October or November, they will reopen with a full lineup of artisanal gourmet foods, ceramics, housewares and wines, sharing space with refrigerated cases full of fresh, local farm-raised meats, artisanal cheeses, freshly baked breads, local produce and café seating where you can enjoy freshly prepared Umbrian dishes.

In the meantime, they will happily ship or deliver any and all of their Italian products over the summer. Their long awaited website is in great shape and customers are invited to shop online or place an order at 202.333.3904.


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