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WASHINGTON, DC-Jones Lang LaSalle has tallied up office leasing activity in the Washington, DC area for the third quarter and–to no one’s surprise–found that the negative net absorption trend continues. For the metro area it will be reporting this week 1.35 million square feet of negative net absorption. Year to date, that number is 2.89 million.

For the District, Q3 saw a negative net absorption of 434,970 square feet; YTD that figure is 790,558. For Northern Virginia, those numbers are, respectively, 701,062 square feet and 1.86 million square feet. In Suburban Maryland, they are 214,105 square feet and 241,188 square feet, respectively.

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