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المملكة المغربية تشتري منزلا فخما بواشنطن بقيمة 14 مليون دولار


اقتنت المملكة المغربية منزلا فخما  يحتوي على سبع غرف بإحدى ارقى الأحياء بواشنطن  بثمن خيالي بلغ قيمته 14  مليون دولار اي ما يقارب 13 مليار سنتيم   و تعتبر الصفقة من أغلى الصفقات العقارية لهذا السنة  بمدينة واشنطن .
و هذا نص الخبر كما جاء في احد المواقع الامريكية الذائعة الصيت : 
Biz journal 
 
A home in the District’s Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood sold Thursday for $14 million — one of Washington’s biggest residential real estate deals this year — to the Kingdom of Morocco.The residence at 2817 Woodland Drive NW was home to Mandell Ourisman, the late chairman of Ourisman Automotive Group, who died July 5 in Palm Beach, Florida, at age 90. He and his wife, Mary Ourisman, the former U.S. Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, owned the house since 1994, according to public documents.
 
The new deed lists the Kingdom of Morocco as the new owner.
Washington Fine Properties LLC served as the broker for both sides of the deal. Cynthia Howar represented the buyer. Robert Hryniewicki, Mark McFaddenAdam T. Rackliffe and Christopher R. Leary were listing agents for the property.

The house has seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three half-baths, according to MRIS.
The home is less than 500 feet from the property Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchinbought for $12.6 million in February, amid a string of multimillion dollar home sales fueled by Trump administration officials. In May, Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, and her attorney husband paid $7.785 million for a 15,000-square-foot home also in Massachusetts Avenue Heights.

In nearby Kalorama, meanwhile, Laurence Siegel, the retired CEO of The Mills Corp. (NYSE: MLS), and his wife, Lisa, recently bought the house at 2425 Tracy Place NW for $6.1 million— the most expensive June sale in the D.C. region. Also this year, Barack and Michelle Obama bought their Kalorama home for $8.1 million, while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson paid $5.6 million for his Kalorama abode.All of them pale in comparison to Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) founder and The Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos' East Coast getaway. Bezos purchased the former Textile Museum property, also in Kalorama, for $23 million.

https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2017/07/20/ourisman-mansion-in-mass-ave-heights-sells-for-14m.html




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