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Foundry Lofts Fully Leased; Novogratz Duo Talk Design Trends; Shaw's Least Expensive Properties

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A contemporary Palisades house now on the market.

PALISADES/KENT—One of the most contemporary houses in the District is now on the market and we can't decide if the indoor 40-foot pool is the best feature or the two-story glass atrium is. We've got all the pictures on Curbed so you can decide for yourself.

ANNAPOLIS—A few weeks ago the owners of Phillips Seafood listed their house on the Severn River for the eye-catching sum of $32M. Equally intriguing is that it used to be an 80-bed monastery, so many want to know about the major renovation it took to make it what it is today. There's now a video of interviews with the architect, designers, and owners who made the project happen.

NOVOGRATZ WIRE—We have a brief Curbed exclusive video with Cortney and Bob Novogratz where they talk about design trends that are in right now and how to keep the kid clutter to a minimum. Cute kid alert: someone steals the show by stealing a pillow. And if you want more Novogratz check our interview with the husband half of the team who got his design start by antiquing around Alexandria.

SHAW—This was our neighborhood of the week where we found the ten least expensive properties for sale and a few rentals for under $1,500.

DC—We put together a map of some of the better pools in the city ranging from the popular ones open to the public and a few that are slightly secret and hard to get into.

NAVY YARD—Foundry Lofts is the newest apartment building for this nabe and they just announced they are fully leased. All 170 units are spoken for, so there will probably be a waiting list at some point since the building is so popular. Click over to see pictures of what you're missing.

CRAIGLIST—A local real estate agent almost became swept up in a Craiglist scam without even knowing it when someone tried to present her listing as their own.

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