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office-building

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  • Brokers are watching to see if the 50% stake will yield close to $289 a square foot, Houston's record office-building price set in 2007, according to Real Capital Analytics, which has tracked sales since 2001.

    Houston's Piecemeal Deal

  • Wacker Drive in Chicago, a deal that would be his first new office-building acquisition in years, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    Zell Circles Chicago Office Building

  • Some 18 months after office-building values began recovering in the country's top markets, Mr. Zell has made his first U.S. office investment in years: the acquisition of a controlling stake in 200 South Wacker Drive, a 40-story tower that he can glimpse from his Chicago office.

    Sam Zell Turns Selective

  • The largest office-building landlord in New York City, its Manhattan occupancy was 94.6% at year end, about the same as a year earlier.

    Suburban Office Markets Trail Downtown Rivals

  • Some 18 months after office-building values began recovering in the country's top markets, Mr. Zell has made his first U.S. office investment in years: the acquisition of a controlling stake in 200 South Wacker Drive, a 40-story tower that he can glimpse from his Chicago office.

    Sam Zell Turns Selective

  • Speculative office-building debacles are less common now than during the early 1990s, partly because memories of that bust reduced the number of developers and lenders willing to get projects off the ground without substantial pre-leasing.

    It's Hardly a Ball for 11 Times Square

  • Meantime, SL Green, Manhattan's largest office-building owner, reported late Monday that funds from operations rose to $1.02 a share in the fourth quarter, up from 97 cents in the same period last year and $1.01 in the third quarter.

    Two Office REITs Post Higher Earnings

  • Until now, the San Francisco office-building market has been recovering from the downturn but hasn't done so as strongly as top markets like Washington and New York.

    Tech Meets the Tenderloin

  • "In past years, it's been eerie spending the day in a tall office-building," says Ms. Kozak Linday , a public relations manager.

    Tuning Out on Anniversary

  • Doug Linde , president of Boston Properties Inc., said the office-building landlord is increasingly confident it will able to restart construction this year on a $1 billion Manhattan skyscraper.

    Lending Revives Stalled Projects

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