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Mapping 18 Street Murals in Northeast; Reeves Center Off the Table for D.C. United

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed DC shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — We mapped 18 street murals in Northeast, Washington, D.C. These murals range in size from roughly 7 feet wide to longer than a football field.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Looking for open houses this weekend in Washington, D.C.? Like your colors a little more muted? This week’s Open House Report is focused solely on homes with gray facades.


GEORGETOWN
— As one of the most expensive listings on the market, this $6.8 million condo has monthly HOA fees that are worth more than most people’s rent.

ARLINGTON — The multi-million dollar Columbia Pike streetcar is dead, but what caused it to happen and what if efforts continue to try to keep it alive?

BUZZARD POINT
— Plans for the D.C. United Stadium made a lot of news and a lot of controversy over a landswap of the Reeves Center with Akridge, but now it looks like the landswap is out of the deal.

TAKOMA PARK — This single-family home is as rustic as they come with wood-paneled floors, walls, and ceilings.

L’ENFANT PLAZA — The International Spy Museum needs to find a new location before their lease ends in 2017, and it looks like they may have found the perfect spot.