Another deal at ESB.
The landlord will build out the space for occupancy in May.
"This is the latest in a long line of established, credit-worthy organizations to make its home in the Empire State Building," says Mr. Eynon. "In regard to the TranSystems' lease, a determining factor was our in-house capability to construct the space on behalf of the tenant. The combination of capability and financial commitment to pre-builts and build-to-suits helped solidify the deal."
Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, TranSystems focuses exclusively on the transportation component of the economy, and provides a full range of architectural, engineering and planning services; management and supply chain consulting services; transportation security consulting services; and transportation real estate consulting services..
The firm's regional offices are in Boston; Chicago; Greenville, South Carolina; Fort Worth; Phoenix; and Oakland. Joseph Mangiacotti of CB Richard Ellis represented TranSystems in the lease negotiations.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Mar 4, 2009|
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