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office building

A building used primarily for office space.

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NAI Capital, representing the owner of The Greens at Valencia course and restaurant, presented initial plans for a 75,000-square-foot office building on McBean Parkway property just north of Valencia Boulevard.
It deals with the design and placing of cores, particularly in office buildings.
Once inside the House or Senate office building with a gun, a terrorist would be virtually unimpeded from killing his congressional target or random victims.
Agent for 38C Grove Street in Ridge field, CT, a 24,000 s/f, class A, three story, office building, fully leased by multiple tenant.
The once yawning gap between the design of owner-occupied office buildings and speculative office buildings has closed somewhat, but there is still a way to go before the quality of working environment in each can be compared directly.
Kikol, President of CleveTrust Realty Investors (Nasdaq: CTRIS), announced that the Trust has acquired a 104,000 square foot suburban office building in North Dallas for approximately $3,900,000 or $37.
104 Windsor Center is a 65,000 s/f fully leased one story office building with three tenants.
39 per square foot in 1992, according to the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International's newly released "1993 Experience Exchange Report: Operating a Cost Effective Office Building.
LCOR, the national real estate development and investment company, has signed a 75-year ground lease for 545 Madison Avenue and will soon commence full-scale redevelopment of the 17-story office building.
OFFICE BUILDING OPERATING PERFORMANCE IMPROVES SLIGHTLY
The flagship of W&M's suburban portfolio, Metro Center, located at the Stamford Transportation Center, has won the annual Office Building of the Year (TOBY) award from the Southern Connecticut chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).

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