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industrial park

A planned industrial or technologically-based district of a city; usually intended for light manufacturing, industrial usage, research, or for warehousing; often located in open land near the city or in a renovated urban area.
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Mr Salmond described it as a "world-class" office park and an important driver for the Scots economy after the park was built speculatively on the site of the mothballed Chunghwa plant, which made tubes for computer monitors and TVs.
All the buildings in the office park surround the 20-acre O'Neill Pond.
Target: Omega office park in Madrid and the Pallars office park in Barcelona
"Since purchasing Greenwich Office Park, Fareri Associates has aspired to position and maintain the asset as the premier office destination in the market and work to enhance Western Greenwich's reputation as a true live/work/play environment."
Sherrie Chaffin, Trinity Capital's Director of Development, is also working on Perimeter Five (Class-A, six-story build-to-suit for Syneos Health), and 3300 Paramount Parkway (Class-A, three-story building), all in Raleigh's Perimeter Park Office Park.
Toringdon Office Park consists of six properties located at 3420, 3430, 3440, 3426, 3436 and 3530 Toringdon Way directly off Johnston Road in the Ballantyne submarket of Charlotte.
The company works with office park property managers and large tenants to offer an on-site mobile car wash and detailing amenity while the tenant's employees are at work.
The investment fund manager has acquired the office park near Coventry Airport from M&G Investments.
The Eurocentral area in Lanarkshire, where Maxim Office Park is located, already employs more than 3,700 people and is home to over 50 companies.
Doxford International Park at Sunderland, is another successful office park. Totalling 50 acres and with more than 8,000 people employed there, major business occupiers include Barclays Bank plc, Northern Rock plc and Royal Mail.
The two acquisitions represent three properties in the Keystone Office Park located in Raleigh, North Carolina and one property in the Duke Bridges office park complex located in Frisco, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
ASENIOR surveyor at Cushman & Wakefield has joined the joint agency team marketing Cobalt - the UK's largest office park - to potential occupiers around the world.

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