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KALORAMA—Mansion land is having some good luck early in the new year. A $4M home that used to be a school has found a buyer (and it slightly notable because the owners are members of DC's sports-centric Pollin family).

DOWNTOWN—The mammoth complex called CityCenter DC has just announced sales for their 200+ condos. This building was designed by the award-winning Foster+Partners to have as much natural light as possible. Prices start in the $500s for one-bedrooms.

THE YARDS—Renderings for the Robert Stern-designed apartment building were released recently and show the building is going to try to keep an industrial look to stay consistent with many of the buildings already in the area.

WATERFRONT—Another major DC development is Waterfront Station and renderings of one of the residential buildings were released to show a very green roof amongst other details.

WARD 7—There are now even more details about the plans for Skyland Town Center, and the Walmart SuperCenter that is coming. Click over for a recap of last night's meeting.

CHEVY CHASE—After 22 years of waiting Cafritz developers have begun to work on an apartment building that neighbors didn't know anything about since most of them weren't living there when plans were approved.

RACKEDThis week we learned that Lux is leaving, marijuana dispensaries are coming, Lowes is coming to the space near Costco, and more.

CURBED CUP—Since it is the first week of the new year we announced the winner of our annual vote for Neighborhood of the Year. Anacostia took down last year's winner and runner-up to make it happen.

1442 PENN AVE SE—Plans have changed again for this former KFC site. Now it will be all retail, after briefly considering a commercial or residential mix.

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