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Sadhvi Subramanian

WASHINGTON, DC—This is a time of dynamic change in Mid-Atlantic commercial real estate. Developers are moving forward with ambitious mixed-use projects, e-commerce is impacting both industrial and retail properties, and missteps by co-working companies could weigh down the office sector. In other words, it is a time requiring a careful balance of boldness and prudence, a combination rendered even more important by the uncertainty clouding economic forecasts.

The Amazon Effect

Amazon’s decision to locate its second headquarters in National Landing (formerly Crystal City) is emblematic of the changes transforming Mid-Atlantic CRE. The e-commerce giant is among the companies most responsible for the diverging fortunes of industrial and retail properties on a national scale.

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