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office park

A development designed specifically to attract office users, usually with scenic views, walking trails and restaurants, multiple entrances to ease traffic flow, and preferably at least one median cut and a traffic light to facilitate left turns out of the property in the evenings.

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Scot Wingo, Spiffy CEO, said, 'Dallas is the first new metro area where we have tested pre-signing office parks and the reception has been overwhelming.
According to the company, the Orlando Central Office Park is the largest single parcel in Orlando and has prime redevelopment potential.
The 380,561 s/f Class A office park is located in the high demographic and extremely supply-constrained Greenwich, Connecticut.
Middlemarch Office Park comprises nine separate office buildings totalling 95,000 sq ft.
The Eurocentral area in Lanarkshire, where Maxim Office Park is located, already employs more than 3,700 people and is home to over 50 companies.
For an office park, being accessible is of key importance given the need to attract and retain staff.
The two acquisitions represent three properties in the Keystone Office Park located in Raleigh, North Carolina and one property in the Duke Bridges office park complex located in Frisco, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
Cincius LLC, led by Dennis Cooper, bought the 7 Office Park Drive project from David, Rose and Stephen Wells.
The Highcross group has sold the former IBM office park at Warwick Court, Warwick, to Opus Land for pounds 41 million.
Workers at an office park rescued a young sparrow Friday after someone painted correction fluid over its eyes and bound its legs with adhesive tape.
The Airport Professional Office Park is conveniently located just south of T.
3 million refinancing for Baybrook Office Park, a two-building office complex totaling 87,433 square feet in the Clear Lake, Houston-area suburb of Friendswood, Texas.

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