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Covid-19 Kindled Washington, D.C.’s Luxury Market. The New Administration Could Make It Even Hotter.

January 25, 2021

"We didn't know where we were going to be when Covid hit in March," said Robert Hryniewicki. The luxury agent with HRL Partners of Washington Fine Properties said he is currently handling a bidding war for a Massachusetts Avenue Heights property priced at $5.65 million. "But after April, it really took off."

"We didn't know where we were going to be when Covid hit in March," said Robert Hryniewicki. The luxury agent with HRL Partners of Washington Fine Properties said he is currently handling a bidding war for a Massachusetts Avenue Heights property priced at $5.65 million. "But after April, it really took off."