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WASHINGTON, DC-Last summer the Washington, DC area got a major boost with news that the Securities and Exchange Commission was leasing roughly 900,000-square feet of space at Constitution Center, a newly-renovated office building at 400 Seventh St. From there, however, behind the scenes the $556 million deal began to quickly unravel, when in October the SEC determined that it would not need 600,000-square feet after all–nor the 500,000 square feet that had been subject to the right of first refusal.

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