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WASHINGTON, DC-Figures that Studley is preparing to release for Q3 in 
the DC market may puncture some landlords’ dreams of
 gaining equilibrium in the market in the near future. In fact, Studley 
finds, despite some very large and high profile leases inked, the area 
is nowhere close to becoming a landlord’s market yet.

“What the numbers will show is that there is stabilization, David
 Lipson, executive vice president of Studley, tells GlobeSt.com.
 Most of the absorption is coming from the government–not the private
 sector, Lipson says. “Activity is picking up, yes, but not growth,” he

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