Tysons, one of the country's largest suburban office hubs, appears well-positioned to benefit from an anticipated pandemic-related shift in demand away from downtowns. But while office developers in the market hope to capture that demand, they have yet to see it materialize.
Tysons has 31M SF of office space, the largest submarket in the D.C. suburbs, according to Transwestern. It experienced negative absorption in Q3 of 83K SF, Transwestern's latest report found, and it recorded 26K SF of negative absorption through the first nine months of the year. "This year has…
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