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Spooky Real Estate Stories; An Accurate (and Insulting) D.C. Metro Map

All the highlights from Curbed D.C. this week.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Don't read these spooky real estate stories at night! They might just leave you terrified.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Quiz time! Should you move to (or out of) Washington, D.C.?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Thrillist just created the most accurate D.C. Metro map ever, and it's amazing.

CHINATOWN — Excited about D.C.'s upcoming ball pit? See what Snarkitecture co-founder Alex Mustonen has to say on the project.

GEORGETOWN — If you nab this row house, you can get one year of free parking at the nearby Four Seasons hotel.

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS — Two condos enter the ring. Only one can be the victor. You decide.

K STREET — A developer's plan to build a 200-room hotel with zero parking spaces is looking pretty bleak.

NAVY YARD — Kaboom! Check out a video of a construction crane getting hit by lightning this week.

NOMA — The L Street Underpass will soon be filled with an LED light installation that will respond to sounds.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Want to rent in D.C.? See what options you have for $1,850/month.

UNION STATION — Union Station's $10 billion redevelopment might not start until 2019.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In photos, see some of the relics of the D.C. area's vacant office buildings.

—Michelle Goldchain