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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.
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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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* Historic and forecast market value by construction activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) across the office building construction industry for the period 2009 through to 2018.
"We are pleased to be converting this former office building into a condominium community that will greatly benefit Jersey City and hopefully be the impetus for other conversions of obsolete buildings," commented Jon Mills, principal-in-charge of development and leasing, D6 Developments.
The Marunouchi Building opened in August 2002, The Industry Club of Japan was renovated and the Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Building was completed in February 2003, and a multi-function development comprising office buildings, retail facilities and a hotel, Marunouchi OAZO, was completed in August 2004.
Equipped with a phony ID, a terrorist could easily bring a gun or other similarly sized weapon into any of the House office buildings. All it would take would be to place the gun in a false compartment of a briefcase or even inside a suit pocket.
Tsuchiya's group found that unlike the distinct copier fingerprint in some offices, the composition of VOCs in each house and some office buildings was an individual affair, depending probably on building design, materials, contents and occupant lifestyle.
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It deals with the design and placing of cores, particularly in office buildings.
Example: Taxpayer T purchased an office building in 1986 for $19,000,000.
[ClickPress, Wed Apr 30 2014] This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the office building construction industry in Spain.

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