With an election year in full swing, candidates across the country are vying for the chance to head to Washington. But it's not just politicians who are eager to make new homes in the nation's capital. Established in 1790 by virtue of land donations from Virginia and Maryland, the 68-square-mile power center known as the District of Columbia is increasingly attracting a vast array of innovators, from entrepreneurs to well-established companies to researchers, investors, and others.


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