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  • March – Briefs/Leasing & Management

    Air Liquide to Move U.S. Headquarters; Signs for 222 KSF; Columbia Property Trust Signs Law Firm in Cleveland; RFR Realty Leases 167 KSF in Manhattan; C&W Reps Carlisle Etcetera in 63 KSF Renewal; Forbes Signs HQ Lease with LeFrak in Jersey City; Deloitte Takes 120 KSF in Stamford; Allied World Grabs 143 KSF in Manhattan’s FiDi; City of New York Renews, Expands to 233 KSF at Queens Atrium.

    National 26 February 2014 16:14
  • World’s First Forbes-Branded Office Tower to Rise in Philippines

    Forbes Media has chosen the Philippines as the site for the world's first Forbes-branded office high-rise. The company has partnered with local developer Century Properties Group to build the approximately 646,000-square-foot Forbes Media Tower in Makati, a suburb of Manila.

    International 06 September 2013 14:39

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