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WASHINGTON, DC-Yes, the fiscal cliff looms. Yes, DC’s commercial real estate market is too heavily dependent on the federal government for comfort. Yes, every now and then we must suffer through the indignity of calls to move the nation’s Capitol to another city like Louisville. Still, though, as veterans of this city’s CRE industry can tell you, business continues to get done.

Exhibit A is a recent report by Targeted News, which reported on a number of federal contracts secured by companies in Virginia shortly before the Christmas holiday.

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