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BisNow: The Top 10 D.C. Commercial Real Estate Stories Of 2019

By December 20, 2019 No Comments
This article originally appeared on Dec 20, 2019, published by BisNow

For the D.C. real estate industry, 2019 was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.  Amazon HQ2 moving forward sparked new activity in Arlington, but the District experienced record-high office vacancy rates. The D.C. government took steps forward on planning for future housing growth, but it also raised taxes on commercial properties.  The Nationals won the World Series amid a development boom in the ballpark area, but a government shutdown in January set the year off to a slow start. Major mixed-use developments delivered in Northern Virginia, but Montgomery County placed a moratorium on housing construction. Bisnow looked back at the top 10 D.C. commercial real estate stories in the roller coaster of a year that was 2019……read full article here

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