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Present day retail shopping patterns and preferences mean it is highly unlikely that any area of DC will be overrun with new corner stores. A few niche marketers might make it but I don't see lots of 7-11 type places opening up deep in residential areas. There are not enough customers to pay the commercial rent, especially when competing with residential use of the space.

by Ward 3 Resident on Jan 8, 2013 10:13 am • linkreport

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