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10 Horrifyingly True Real Estate Stories; What Can $1,300/Month Rent You?

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

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Stay up at night with the creepiest real estate ghost stories from Curbed readers.

ARLINGTON — Upgrade from mansion to mcmansion in this gargantuan home, dance floor-included.

BLOOMINGDALE According to residents and one salty-mouthed vandal, this pop-up stinks.

WASHINGTON, D.C. The fisticuffs are out, and Washington and Akridge are duking it out over a land swap for the D.C. United Stadium.

ALEXANDRIA For the next 10 years, Old Town Alexandria's waterfront is going to change with upgrades and construction.

FOGGY BOTTOM — Will the Kennedy Center's expansion cut it off from Washington, D.C.?

CAPITOL HILL — From warehouse to townhouse, this industrial site will be transformed into a 45-unit residential project..

BROOKLAND — The land around Brookland Metro is going to get a total facelift, but not for another five or so years.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — What are your options for $1,300 a month in rent?