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WASHINGTON, DC-An abandoned apartment building in the Columbia Heights neighborhood is about to be turned into condos that the developers hope will eventually sell between $300,000 and $460,000. The property, at 1020 Monroe St., has a storied past, having been in legal limbo for several years after its owner was convicted of fraud. Locally based Madison Investments just purchased the building through a bankruptcy trustee sale and has already begun the site work for development.

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