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Census Bureau signs at Presidential Center.

Trafalgar House Real Estate of New York City and the Lawrence L. Levin Company of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, joint venture partners, have announced that the U.S. Department of Commerce has signed a lease for 89,700 square feet at Presidential Corporate Center to be occupied by the Census Bureau.

The recently completed building, 8905 Presidential Parkway, is the second phase of Presidential Corporate Center, a 250-acre mixed-use office, retail and industrial park located just outside the Capital Beltway in Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, Maryland. The Census Bureau lease, which is for 10 years, was negotiated by Kathy Emmons, of the General Services Administration and Eduardo C. Trujillo, vice president and director of Marketing and Leasing for Presidential. The Census Bureau will move into Presidential Corporate Center by the end of the year.

8905 Presidential Parkway will be the second occupied building in the complex whose eventual build-out will total 4 million square feet.

Presidential Corporate Center is a joint venture between the Lawrence L. Levin Company and Trafalgar House Real estate (THRE) the U.S. commercial real estate arm of Trafalgar House PLC, one of the largest construction and engineering concerns in the United Kingdom.
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Title Annotation:U.S. Department of Commerce leases commercial space in Presidential Corporate Center in Maryland
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 23, 1992
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