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Axiom assigned by Legent.

Axiom Real Estate Management Inc. has been named property manager for the corporate headquarters of Legent Corporation announced Gary Hutchinson, district manager of Axiom.

The 131,000-square-foot building is located at 575 Herndon Parkway in Herndon, Virginia. Legent is a leading international developer of computer software and serves over 4,500 customers throughout the world from 40 offices in 14 countries with approximately 1200 employees. Al Haight will be the property manager for this site.

The addition of Legent Corporate Headquarters increases the total portfolio of Axiom managed properties to over 3.5 million square feet in the Metropolitan Washington, DC area. Other Axiom managed properties in the area include Tycon Tower in Tysons Corner, Virginia and 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue in the District of Columbia.

Axiom, a joint venture of Grubb & Ellis and IBM, manages over 83 million square feet nationwide.
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Title Annotation:Technology; Axiom Real Estate Management Inc. selected as property manager for LEGENT Corp. headquarters
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 22, 1993
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