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The Battle for the New Redskins Stadium; The Spy Museum’s Next Location

All the news from Curbed DC this week.

VIRGINIA/MARYLAND  — Governors Terry McAuliffe and Larry Hogan are duking it out over which state will house the Washington Redskins' new stadium.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — What if D.C.'s Height Act and zoning requirements were no more? See the fantasy renderings different local firms came up with.

BURLEITH  — All this quasi-castle in D.C. wants is a throne ... and also $1.5 million.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — After 11 years, the Arts & Industries building will open later this year.

L'ENFANT PLAZA  — The International Spy Museum is moving to a new location and has finally chosen a spot in L'Enfant Plaza.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — Meet the man behind the subway-style map of D.C.'s and Baltimore's historic trains.

U STREET  — Bowser gave the go-ahead for the Grimke School to be redeveloped. See what to expect!

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — "Is D.C. water safe to drink?" and other ridiculous questions people ask about us on Google.

WEST END  — And the prize for most disorienting bathroom goes to this $1.9 million condo.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — Looking to rent in Washington, D.C.? See what options you get for $2,000/month.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — VEEP's Matt Walsh has a message to Obama on the state of the White House bowling alley.

—Michelle Goldchain