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  • Radiator Building Signs First Major Tenant

    One of Portland’s most ambitious office developments received a major boost with the completion of a major leasing deal being announced by the developer. Developer Kaiser Group Inc. has reportedly agreed a contract for a total of 14,000 square feet of space at one of the buildings in the One North Development with the Kartini Clinic, an entity that deals with the treatment of eating disorders in children and young adults. The new tenant will occupy the top two of the five floors of the Radiator building starting with March 2015.

    Seattle 01 April 2014 05:17

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