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Boston Consulting Group moving from Bethesda to downtown D.C. office

Plus: Former Mike Tyson estate in Bethesda relisted at lower price; Maryland to require nursing homes to post vaccination data

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Boston Consulting Group moving from Bethesda to downtown D.C. office

Boston Consulting Group, one of the largest consulting firms in the country, is relocating its D.C.-area office from 4800 Hampden Lane in Bethesda to 15th Street in Northwest D.C.

BCG Partner Justin Dean, head of the firm’s D.C. office, wrote in an emailed statement to Bisnow that the move strengthens the firm’s presence in the D.C. region. [Bisnow]

Former Mike Tyson estate in Bethesda relisted at lower price

The Bethesda estate once belonging to heavyweight champ Mike Tyson has been relisted for $5.25 million — a $3.25 million reduction from when it first hit the market a year ago.

Tyson and his former wife, Monica Turner, purchased the 5.3-acre compound in 1995. [Washington Business Journal]

Maryland to require nursing homes to post vaccination data

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said the state is issuing an order requiring nursing homes and long-term care facilities to publicly report vaccination data for all residents and staff members on a weekly basis.

The data will posted online, as well as in each facility, to provide “full transparency” to families and the public, Hogan said. [WTOP]

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