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office building

A building used primarily for office space.

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described the Studio City building, designed by architect Arthur Froelich, as an ``attempted 1962 modernist structure'' that has little architectural style to distinguish it from any other ``utilitarian, common, two-story office building.
Today, it remains the most prestigious and comprehensive award program of its kind in commercial real estate, recognizing quality in office buildings and awarding excellence in office building management.
The building is the first speculative office building of its size to be developed in the greater Los Angeles area since the recession of the early 1990s, said William R.
is debuting this advanced network in top office buildings in New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.
Plans for a speculative office building of up to 650,000 square feet also are being developed, Foss added.
Four Points Centre's first office phase will include three Class A office buildings on two sites.
So you may be thinking to yourself, okay, a 25% full floor Loss Factor means that tenants actually occupy 75% of the rentable area in a recently sold Manhattan office building, right?
Innovation Corporate Center, Phase IV - a 75,000 square-foot office building under development for Accredited Home Lenders (NASDAQ:LEND).
However, as the technology improves-compact and modular and therefore cheaper to install--cogeneration is gaining in popularity for use in high-rise commercial office buildings.
These are premiere office buildings located directly off of Interstate 25 in the north submarket.
Patrinely Group and its partner, USAA Real Estate Company, are marketing the speculative office building for single or multi-tenancy.
4060 Watson Plaza Drive, Lakewood, a 71,450-square-foot, two-story office building occupied by The County of Los Angeles;

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