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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.

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?

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