Dulles Corridor Growth Headed For Slowdown

The booming business corridor east of Dulles International Airport is headed for a slowdown, according to this article in today's Business section. Following job growth of 24 percent over the past seven years, the softening economy and fewer federal contracts will lead to competition for office tenants in the area say sources.

By Focus on Fairfax |  November 12, 2007; 9:58 AM ET  | Category:  Business
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