Add Riggs National Corp. to those disappointed by Walt Disney Co.'s decision to scrap plans for a historic theme park in northern Virginia.

Last week's announcement that Disney was backing down because of heated community opposition has dampened Riggs' short-term prospects for selling the 900-acre farm it owns near the entrance of the proposed project. The sale of Marsh Farms, whose value was written down after Riggs repossessed it, was expected to fetch a premium from a developer.

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