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A 1st look inside Bandera's Preston Center office building
One of Preston Center's most anticipated new office buildings is readying vertical construction in the next few weeks after Energy Transfer Partners leased the remainder of the building.

Dallas-based Bandera Ventures' office building at 8111 Westchester Drive near Sherry Lane is 100 percent leased to two tenants -- Energy Transfer Partners and Chief Oil & Gas -- both of which are anxious to move into the Class AA building, Don Powell, principal of Dallas-based BOKA Powell and lead a
Dallas Business Journal - by Candace Carlisle of Bizjournals
Hawaii, others reach deal to preserve 666 acres at Turtle Bay Resort
A $48.5 million deal has been reached to establish a conservation easement on about 666 acres of land at Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s North Shore, saving portions of this land from future development forever, Hawaii state officials said Thursday.
Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - by Duane Shimogawa of Bizjournals
Local franchisee hopes to bring new fast-casual pizza chain to Boston
Mitch Roberts believes Boston is hungry for a Chipotle-style pizza parlor.
Boston Business Journal - by Jon Chesto of Bizjournals
Binswanger Negotiates Lease For A High-Bay Distribution Facility In Brockport, New York
On behalf of Silagi Development & Management, Inc., Binswanger is pleased to announce the lease of 265,600 sq. ft. of high-bay distribution space on approximately 32 acres. The property is located at 1989 Transit Way in Brockport, New York.

Cushman & Wakefield's Research Shows Continued Progress for U.S. Industrial Market
Robust absorption, declining vacancies and rising rental rates reflect continued progress for the U.S. industrial real estate market through the first quarter of 2014, according to commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield’s latest research findings, released this week. And while tightening supply may have contributed to a slowdown in leasing velocity through January, February and March, the nation’s industrial construction pipeline has ramped up to meet strengthening demand.

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