Commercial Real Estate Post-9/11

May 5, 2002
Washington, D.C. – Since Sept. 11, 2001, the real estate community has rallied to develop a series of next steps to learn what went wrong and what went right as a result of the tragedies at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. More than six months later, it can be reported that there is a great deal of information available that will be continually updated and maintained for the foreseeable future.

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