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From The Ground Up
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Columns by Dana Hedgpeth and county bureau reporters on the role of commercial real estate in local economic development.

From the Ground Up
Bethesda Community Is Hot Property
Developers can't help but covet the 50 houses tucked behind the stores and restaurants of Bethesda Row in downtown Bethesda.

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