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White House Moat; What the New Spy Museum Will Look Like

All the news from Curbed DC this week.

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

WHITE HOUSE— After the fence jumping last September, the Secret Service has been brainstorming how to beef up the White House's security. One idea on the table: a moat.

SW D.C.— By 2030, Washington, D.C. will have an "ecodistrict" south of National Mall.

WASHINGTON, D.C.— For those on the apartment hunt, see how much bang you can get for your buck with $4,000/month in the District.

L'ENFANT PLAZA— Renderings have been revealed for the International Spy Museum's new location.

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS — Washington, D.C.'s first dog daycare in a mixed-use building has just been approved.

CAPITOL HILL — A historic school is going to be converted into residential units.

MT. VERNON TRIANGLE — See a one-minute, time-lapse video of Washington, D.C.'s biggest home move ever.

WESLEY HEIGHTS— Looking for open houses this weekend? See if some of these fancy schmancy listings could suit your needs.

—Michelle Goldchain