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The Week in Real Estate

Every Friday, we round up the week’s real-estate news and gossip.

• A six-bedroom, 14,000 square-foot home near Dupont Circle sold for $12 million, making it the highest residential sale in the city this year. [Urban Turf]

• A look a the staggering (though not surprising) drop in condo projects over the past two years. [Housing Complex]

• Some are calling for changes to the city’s Green Building Act in order to comply with the latest LEED standards. [WBJ]

• Though not yet on the market, rumor has it that there’s already a flurry of interest over George Stephanopoulos’ five-bedroom Georgetown house.

• Despite some protests, the Linda Joy and Kenneth Jay Pollin Memorial Community Development, a planned affordable housing community in Northeast, broke ground this week. [DCMud]

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