Wayne Rooney’s former crash pad at The Wharf just sold

Wayne Rooney’s former crash pad at The Wharf just sold

Jason Levien, the lead owner, co-chairman and CEO of D.C. United, has sold his luxury condo at The Wharf to attorney Robert B. Pincus for $2.85 million.

 

Levien never lived in the seventh-floor condo at the Vio building at 45 Sutton Square SW, instead using the furnished unit as temporary lodging for clients, colleagues — and former D.C. United forward Wayne Rooney, according to Jordan Stuart, an agent at Keller Williams Capital Properties and team lead at Next Move, a network of licensed real estate professionals.