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A Logan Circle Penthouse; Building Collapse; Innovation Week

All the latest neighborhood and real estate news from Curbed DC...

WISCONSIN AVE—The building next to the old Commander Salamander store collapsed on Thanksgiving, with the only human-like casualties being some toppled mannequins. We've got a few shots of the rubble.

BETHESDA—Architect Robert Gurney has delivered on his boxy Bethesda creation (above)—complete with glass bridges connecting parts of the house. $6.99M is the ask, but if you can't afford that you can live vicariously by clicking over for the photo gallery.

BANK ACCOUNTS—The Bozzuto Group announced their new bridal registry program. Couples planning to tie the knot can now register to have people donate towards their downpayment on a Bozzuto home.

CURBED—It was Innovation Week on our National site and we have a few posts rounding up creative solutions for small spaces and houses of the future.

RIGGS PARK—This week's Under 300K Club is a 3 bed/1.5 bath house whose lead listing photo is last year's Christmas display. We're guessing it doesn't convey with the sale.

LOGAN CIRCLE—Sitting right on the circle is a mansion originally built for Ulysses S. Grant's son in 1888. Now the house is a set of condos, and the penthouse is on the market for $1.3M