A quartet of newly constructed retail condominiums in Old Town Alexandria, one home to a location of Call Your Mother Deli, has sold for $4.375 million.

Ian Ruel, Tanner Scales, Josh Feldman and Pete Barnard of Feldman Ruel brokered the deal between the seller, a joint venture of Holladay Corp. and The Foundry Cos., and the buyer, a "high-net-worth partnership" of Bill Howard and Chris Lindsay. Howard is an insurance broker in Old Town and Lindsay is part of the family behind Lindsay Automotive.

The retail condos, 1300-1310 King St., sit adjacent to a new 31-unit residential condominium development dubbed The Braystone. The property, a mix of new construction and historic reuse at the corner of King and South Payne streets, debuted in 2023. The residential portion was largely built atop a parking lot that was formerly home to a used-car operation. The retail consumed two buildings originally developed in the early 19th century. The project was designed by Alexandria's Winstanley Architects & Planners.

er Feldman Ruel, the listing generated “numerous offers,” with the winning bid coming in at “more than 95% of the asking price,” and $743.30 per square foot.

The four retail condos are fully leased to Call Your Mother, Framebridge, Pippin Toy Co. and Nothing in Between — the latter, a nail and massage studio, is scheduled to open this summer.

Call Your Mother, the popular “Jew-ish” deli that’s been on an expansion kick since its D.C. launch in 2018, opened in February. Pippin Toy Co., which opened in late 2023, is from Amy Rutherford, the owner of fellow Old Town retailers Red Barn Mercantile and Penny Post. The Framebridge location opened in October.