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WASHINGTON, DC-A handful of leases have been inked in the area in recent days, none of which broke the 50,000-square foot barrier. Or even 25,000-square foot marker. Not that these leases are being sniffed at by the industry and respective landlords—on the contrary, in a period of stagnant growth in the DC-area commercial real estate market they are very welcome indeed. They do, however, serve as markers in one respect—barring the occasional exception, for the time being they are the new normal for the DC area leasing market.

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