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ROSSLYN, VA-With the bulk of its DC-area portfolio based in one of the few submarkets experiencing growth, Monday Properties is well positioned to start thinking about development. “With no new supply coming online [in Rosslyn] the fundamentals are very healthy and the market is setting itself up to support development in the near future,” executive vice president Tim Helmig tells GlobeSt.com. In April, Helmig told GlobeSt.com the company was going to make a decision about when to break ground on its LEED Platinum-designed office at 1812 N. Moore St. in the coming months. That timeline still holds, he tells GlobeSt.com now, with a decision expected before the end of the year.

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