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The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Topic - Geoff Kieffer
As much as a third of the condo purchasers could be health care providers, Mr. Kieffer said.
"Whereas a typical office user might spend $50 to $60 per square foot to build up their offices, medical offices will double that and more," said Geoff Kieffer, principal in Woodmark Commercial Services, a Georgetown commercial real estate agency. "When you have that big of an investment, you want to control it for the long term."