DC's historic Italian Embassy slated to become luxury apartment building

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Soon residents of Washington, D.C., will have the chance to live in a historic building that was the former Italian Embassy. Mill Creek Residential, a multifamily developer that works throughout the nation, today announced that it acquired the neo-Renaissance building — completed in 1925. Mill Creek Residential will convert the former embassy into luxury apartments.