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THE WHITE HOUSE — Should you be working right now or should you be playing the Oval Office Dress Up Game? (Obvi, the latter.)

NAVY YARD — The Trapeze School will move so that a condo building can be built .

DUPONT CIRCLE — Construction will begin in the next month or so for the Patterson Mansion to become an apartment building.

MCLEAN — The Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer just bought this $5 million single-family home.

CONNECTICUT AVENUE NW — Farragut North and Dupont Circle Metro stations are way too hot, and the only way to fix that is to dig up Connecticut Avenue NW.

NOMA — There are plans to raze office buildings and surface parking lots to build a movie theater, retail, and more..

WASHINGTON, D.C. — For around $4,100/month, you can either rent a two-bedroom penthouse in Foggy Bottom or a five-bedroom single-family home in Vienna.

NAVY YARD — New renderings reveal what the planned D.C. Water headquarters will look like.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today's first-time homebuyers are renting longer and marrying later.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here is the Catholic University-designed chair that Pope Francis will use when he visits this September..

WASHINGTON, D.C. — For fall 2015 Hillterns looking for places to stay, here are 10 options with rents as low as $700/month.

NATIONAL ZOO — Hey, baby panda! Here are the perfect cribs for you.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Which of the final WWI Memorial designs do you prefer?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Museum of the Bible just teamed up with Israel's leading archaeological organization.

THE WHITE HOUSE — From Taft to Obama, see how the Oval Office has changed over the years.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — WMATA is planning big changes to its bus routes. See the bullet points.

CHEVY CHASE — Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson just closed on this $3 million single-family home. Take a look inside.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The vape business is booming, but not for long.

NOMA — Over 1,100 residential units are being planned on the site of a co-op.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — D.C. will get over 15 million-square-feet of new developments by 2025.

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