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Is DC’s largest tenant losing its leverage?

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Do you think all office tenants in the District of Columbia have significant leverage against landlords? You might want to think twice. The city’s largest tenant, the federal government, has started to lose leverage against landlords as space options for federal agencies (spaces over 50,000 s.f.) have dropped by 35% over the last three years.

The District’s office environment has changed significantly as developers have focused on attracting private sector tenants to… Read More

Cybersecurity: Federal Government growth = investment opportunities

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From Brian Saal
Government Investor Services – Capital Markets

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As each week passes with another cyber-attack dominating the news cycle – from Sony to Target to the Office of Personnel Management – Congress, the White House and the American public are becoming more and more committed to the idea of long term cyber defense.

What does… Read More