It’s election time, and we all know what that means: If Republicans take the White House and the Senate in a sweep, D.C.’s Democrats will flee the city (presumably to Canada), GOP staffers will swarm the suburbs, and the city’s commercial real estate market will boom as lobbyists flock to K Street offices in order [...]
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It's the moment you've all been waiting for: The third-quarter office vacancy numbers are out. And D.C. still has the lowest vacancy rate in the country.
I'll take this opportunity to link to my predecessor's thorough case for scrapping the Height Act, an argument she's hardly alone in making. At the risk of lacking nuance, the [...]