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Ivanka Trump Moving to DC's Kalorama Neighborhood



    Ivanka Trump Moving to Same DC Neighborhood as Obamas

    As Donald Trump prepares to head to the Oval Office, his elder daughter, Ivanka, and her family are getting ready to make a move to the District's Kalorama neighborhood. The house they reportedly have chosen is just a block from the house the Obamas reportedly have chosen. News4's Pat Collins reports live. (Published Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017)

    Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are moving into the same neighborhood where the current first family reportedly plans to live while Sasha Obama finishes high school in Washington, D.C.

    Ivanka Trump completed a deal for a house in Kalorama in northwest D.C., Washington Fine Properties Executive Vice President William F.X. Moody confirmed to News4.

    "It's so close to downtown, and it's about as tony as a neighborhood gets," said Moody, whose company represented both the seller and the buyer.

    Moody said he was unable to confirm the address, but multiple real-estate sources told Washingtonian Trump and Kushner are moving to a house in the 2400 block of Tracy Place, which sold for $5.5 million Dec. 22.

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    Moody did not comment on the price or whether Trump and Kushner bought the house or will rent from a recent buyer.

    Washington Fine Properties also was on both sides of a recent transaction for Steven Mnuchin, President-elect Donald Trump's nomination for secretary of the Department of the Treasury, Moody said.