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The Week in Real Estate
Every Friday, we round up the week's real-estate news and gossip. By Alejandro Salinas
Comments () | Published March 13, 2009
• What does the future hold for Scheele’s Market in Georgetown? [Georgetown Metropolitan]

• Our friends at Urban Turf will be reporting live from this weekend’s REDC home auction at the Convention Center on Twitter. [Urban Turf]

• A 72 unit apartment building at 4100 Georgia Avenue, NW (four blocks from the Metro station) has just been completed. The building will house a Yes! Organic Market, slated to open in the summer. [DCMud]

• Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer bought a building in downtown DC for $180 million. [Washington City Paper]

• Blogger Scenic Artisan has some great shots from inside the McMillan Sand Filtration Plant north of Bloomingdale. [Scenic Artisan]

• A local blogger takes a look at the Metropole, one of the most buzzed about (and expensive) condo buildings in the area. [DC Home and Condo Prices]

• Arlington’s Columbia Pike might soon get a development boost, as plans for a streetcar move along. [WBJ]

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