Carlyle impatient at development delays

02/9/2007 | Washington Post, The

Two years after the PTO fully occupied its $885 million U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Carlyle, a project that was supposed to attract a thriving shopping community and a slate of national chain restaurants and stores, area residents are wondering why the transformation hasn't happened. A recent permit application from Jerry's Subs and Pizza shop was approved, despite concerns that too many quickservice restaurants could make the area less appealing to larger restaurant establishments.

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