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Inside The Tiniest Home in D.C.; Adams Morgan Revitalization

All the big stories from Curbed D.C. this week.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

RE-FORM COMPETITION — From a curved spoon to a swinging lamp, see this year's winners, finalists, and jury.

ARLINGTON — Arlington might invest $55 million into the $300 million Ballston Mall redevelopment.

MOST EXPENSIVE — Here are the most expensive real estate markets in Virginia and Maryland.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Paying for a mortgage is more affordable than renting.

I SPY — Should you be working, or should you be playing I Spy? Obvi, the latter.

ADAMS MORGAN — Expect more affordable housing, improved retail, and much, much more on its way to the neighborhood.

CAPITOL HILL — For $1,400/month, you can rent the tiniest home in Washington, D.C.

AIRBNB — Two proposals could affect 65 percent of Airbnb listings in the District.

U STREET CORRIDOR — Soon, you may be able to live in a 20-foot-wide apartment building.