Washington: "Real"-er by the minute


Late last week, we brought word that MTV's creaky "Real World" -- the series that is now older than MTV's target audience -- is finally coming to explore the finer points of binge drinking in our fair city of Washington, D.C.

Over the weekend, Web sleuths skulked around a big ol'-heap-of-ugly brick house in Dupont Circle that has been rumored to be the Real World House. It's at 2000 S St. If you drive by, it's the one that's infested with construction workers. In the latest development, the Post's intrepid Reliable Source team tracked down the superdeveloper who owns the joint:

"The Real World: Dupont"? We Ask the Owner

By Lisa de Moraes  |  June 8, 2009; 5:17 PM ET TV News
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