White & Case

  • January – Briefs/Leasing & Management

    Goodwin Procter Takes 500 KSF of Built-to-Suit Space in Boston; Greenspoon Marder Inks Renewal/Expansion in Fort Lauderdale; New Boston Fund Leases 97 KSF in Massachusetts; White & Case Signs 58 KSF Renewal in Miami; Infor Expands with SL Green; Law Firm Renews 129 KSF Lease at Silicon Valley Office Building; BBB Industries Inks 34 KSF Lease in Bohemia, NY; Jones Day Consolidates into Lower Manhattan.

    National 18 December 2013 16:52
  • Sale of US Bank Tower Marks Shift in Downtown LA Market

    The newly announced purchase of US Bank Tower, the tallest building in California, is not only a major transaction in itself, at $367.5 million, but also a deal that could send some reverberations through the downtown Los Angeles office market.

    Los Angeles 12 March 2013 14:38

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