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  • October – Briefs/Leasing & Management

    United Airlines Expands Chicago HQ Space to More Than 800 KSF; DCT Industrial Trust Inks 625 KSF Pre-Lease; JLL Completes 96,350-SF Deal for Perry Ellis in Manhattan; Cervalis to Lease BTS Data Center in Connecticut; Cassidy Turley Picks Up 14 MSF Outsourcing Assignment; Avison Young Buys Las Vegas Property Management Firm; Piedmont Signs 300 KSF Full-Building Lease; Easton-Bell Sports Secures 813 KSF Build-to-Suit Lease.

    National 20 September 2012 16:27
  • JLL Completes 96,350-SF Deal for Perry Ellis in 1120 Avenue of the Americas

    Perry Ellis will lease a Class A space in New York City's famous 1120 Avenue of the Americas building to give the designer label more open space for its menswear collection.

    National 22 August 2012 14:05

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