ALEXANDRIA, VA-Duke Realty will be developing a $950-million, 1.7- million-square-foot complex for the US Army Corp. of Engineers here.The complex will include two multi-story office towers that will be15 and 17-stories, two parking garages and a public transportation center. The project is slated for delivery by Sept. 15, 2011. The first phase of this multi-stage ambitious project includes a $105-million land sale for 16 acres, from Duke to the Army.

The complex will be located at Duke’s Mark Center–a decision that was reached after a competitive bidding process between commercial real estate developers and existing government-owned sites throughout Northern Virginia. Mark Center is a 350-acre mixed-use campus at the intersection of I-395 and Seminary Rd.

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