If you want to spend almost $3 million on your home, you don’t need to leave the District (or go to Georgetown). Consider this :
Lawyer Ezra Levine bought a three-bedroom, three-bath condominium in 22 West, a luxury building in DC’s West End, for $2.9 million. The 2,800-square-foot condo has floor-to-ceiling windows and comes with two parking spaces. Condo fees are $2,777 a month. Levine is senior of counsel at Morrison & Foerster, where he specializes in funds transmission and anti-money-laundering regulation.
Dropping almost $3 million on a D.C. apartment? Levine is one well-heeled MoFo.
As you can see from his Morrison & Foerster bio, before he joined MoFo, Ezra Levine spent over 30 years at a prominent law firm that no longer exists. Howrey doing? Very well for ourselves, thank you very much.
You can read more about the 22 West condos at the development’s website. The location is great, aside from the unfortunately proximate Exxon station, and the interiors are spiffy. But personally I find the exterior coldly unattractive:
Let’s return to the land of single-family homes, and check out the big houses of two Biglaw partners….