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AT&T leases 150,000 sf at Morris Corporate Ctr.

AT&T leases 150,000 sf at Morris Corporate Ctr.

AT&T EasyLink, a new business unit of AT&T, signed a lease for approximately 150,000 square feet in Morris Corporate Center III in Parsippany, New Jersey. The announcement was made by Steven J. Pozycki, managing partner of Lincoln Property Company, developer of the 1.8 million square foot Morris Corporate Center.

AT&T EasyLink, which will employ approximately 400 workers, will move into its new offices in early fall. On January 1, 1991 AT&T acquired a division of Western Union naming the new division AT&T EasyLink.

"We are very pleased to have the headquarters of this new division of AT&T in our newest phase of Morris Corporate Center," said Pozycki. AT&T EasyLink will occupy one entire building in the four-building Morris Corporate Center III. American International Adjustment Company, Inc. (AIAC), a subsidiary of AIG, recently leased another building of 114,000 square feet. These two leases represent approximately half of the space in this 540,000-square-foot phase.

A third multi-tenanted building is 95 percent occupied leaving only Building C, a 150,000-square-foot facility, available in Morriss Corporate Center III.

Morris Corporate Center III was designed by Haines Lundberg Waehler to complement the property's earlier phases which are entirely occupied. Features include landscaped atrium lobbies finished in Carnelian red granite and mahogany and ample covered parking. Morris Corporate Center is situated on 135 acres of wooded, rolling hills and ponds.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 12, 1991
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