Borrego, Anne Marie
December 2000
Inc.;Dec2000, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p68
Looks at the urbanization of the Loudoun County in Virginia. Basis for the county's expanding business community; Demand for office space in the county; Overview of several structures in the area. INSET: Honolulu, by Emily Barker.


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