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Matthew B. Gilmore

Apartments growing more rapidly than population, while new office space lags employment growth — District, Measured

Over the past three years population and jobs in DC have grown steadily and at about the same rate. From the first quarter of 2013.1 to 2016.1. DC’s population grew a little over 34,000 or 5.3%. This percent increase is just a little bit faster than wage and salary employment. DC added almost 33,000 jobs […]

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