Office building

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Office building

A building used for the transaction of public or private business, especially clerical work that is associated with business, government, legal or other professions.

office building

A building used for professional or clerical purposes, no part of which is used for living purposes, except by the janitor’s family.
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A plan to expand the Town Center mall across the street included a proposed office building at the same intersection but that has been on hold since the Westfield Group bought the shopping center.
And the majority of these offices and committee rooms are not in the Capitol building, but rather in the House and Senate office buildings.
Adam Rochlin and Jamie Schwartz of the GHP Investment Division will oversee the marketing campaign for these multi-tenanted suburban office buildings.
Speculative City of London office buildings are, however, another beast entirely.
30 Buxton Farms in Stamford is a three story office building at High Ridge Road and the Merritt Parkway.
Without having to 'work around' occupied space, we have the rare opportunity to recreate a Manhattan office building from scratch," said Sigman.
The company's portfolio of suburban office buildings totals 1.
The building recently won an Office Building of the Year award from BOMA.
It's something we need to see on the table,'' Comrie said, adding it might cost half as much to demolish the building and construct a larger new office building.

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