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Alexandria divided over fate of warehouses

Monday - 3/11/2013, 6:50am  ET

Real estate broker Studley Inc. has been hired to sell two warehouses in Alexandria, Robinson Terminal North and South, The Washington Post reported.

The warehouses, nearly a half mile apart on the Potomac River, are owned by a subsidiary of the Washington Post Co., but are no longer needed as the Post consolidates operations around its Springfield printing presses. But divisions remain in Alexandria about what should be built in place of the warehouses and whether the properties are capable of coaxing the bustling crowds off King Street a few blocks north or south to new attractions.

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