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The massive White Flint development Pike & Rose.

RENTALS—Looking for a rental for around $1,200 per month? We've found about half a dozen places for move-in in March. One of them is taking over a sublease so March rent is already paid.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY—There is a massive development in the works for White Flint. Comprising 24 acres it will have about 1,500 residential units, an iPic Movie Theater. We have the ten crucial details about the big project.

RACKED—There's a Fashion For Paws show coming up next month that raises money for the Washington Humane Society where models walk the catwalk with adorable animals decked out in finery. Click over for a few adorable pictures and more retail news.

NATIONAL MALL—The National Mall is going to get a major overhaul and the architect charged with coming up with the vision for the space is the innovative Bjarke Ingels. We have two of his talks where he explains his philosophy about life, buildings, and where we live.

ADAMS MORGAN—There's a studio for rent on the 8th floor of the Park Monroe for only $1,350 per month.

VAN NESS—The boring retail stretch on Connecticut is going to become 270+ apartments. Check out the renderings.

LOGAN CIRCLE—There's a true loft for sale at 14th and Church for $865K with some great light and the required exposed brick.

MCLEAN—There's a new $7.7M waterfront home on McLean's Crest Lane that has some cool architecture.

STREETCAR—There are new renderings for what the streetcar training center is going to look like. These make the Historic Preservation Review Board happy.

CURBED DC—We're looking for a few good contributors to write about the city we live in. Click here for the deets.

MCLEAN—The $12.5M mansion on Rivercrest Drive is going to auction in March. Talk about gaudy.

VIDEO INTERLUDE—You know that thing where Antiques Roadshow makes a guest think their antique is worth a little more than they thought but then they give them an astronomical price they never would of dreamed of? A Georgetown appraiser did that on this week's Roadshow so check out the video.

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