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Inside D.C.’s Priciest One-Bed Apartment; Gorgeous Private Libraries

The highlights from Curbed DC this week.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

PENN QUARTER — Feast your eyes on Washington, D.C.'s most expensive one-bedroom apartment, costing $4,950/month.

WATERFRONT — The Maine Avenue Fish Market owners just sued The Wharf developers and the D.C. government.

GEORGETOWN — MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is going to have a brand new $400 million hospital building.

DUPONT CIRCLE — Residents are not happy with The Carlyle Hotel's plans for a rooftop bar.

FARRAGUT SQUARE — Take a look inside the newly renovated Mayflower Hotel.

ROCKVILLE — A 31-acre site west of the Shady Grove Metro will become a bustling mixed-use center.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here's what caused the Metro train derailment.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Arlington Memorial Bridge repairs will begin later this month and last approximately three years.

UNION MARKET — Expect a brand new boutique hotel with artist studios.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Behold, the 10 most gorgeous private libraries in the D.C. area.

K STREET — There's a brand new music venue, called Soundcheck, that is set to become "the perfect complement to Echostage."

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Finally, an easier way to keep track of every development in the city.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Expect massive changes to come to the 66.5-acre Walter Reed Army Medical Center site.

LOGAN CIRCLE — You can live in a former brothel for $2 million.

UPPERVILLE, VIRGINIA — Bunny Mellon's $70 million estate will be divided into 12 parcels.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — If you want to succeed as a real estate agent, take this advice.