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NJ firm completes steel for build-to-suit in Maine.

Advance Properties has announced that all structural steel is completely in place for the 101,000-square-foot build-to-suit project which the firm is developing for G.H. Bass & Company in South Portland, Maine. This announcement brings the first phase of construction on the national company's new headquarters facility to completion.

When completed in the fall of 1993, the Bass headquarters will consist of a three-story, 101,000-square-foot-office building on over six acres. The class-A office complex will feature a combination of brick, color-coordinated precast panels and bronze tinted glazing. Several of the first class corporate amenities of the building include an on-site restaurant/cafeteria, health club, volleyball courts and a company store.

Advance Properties has been involved in every phase of the G.H. Bass & Co, relocation, from the initial existing real estate analysis, site selection and site development to the programming space requirements, space planning and furniture systems analysis. Located at 600 Sable Oaks Drive in South Portland, the project is situated next to the Sable Oaks Golf Club and the Marriott Hotel. Within minutes of the Maine Turnpike and Interstate 295, the complex also offers priximity to the Portland International Airport and the Maine Mall.

G.H. Bass & Co., a subsidiary of Phillips-Van Heusen, has 248 retail stores in 41 states across the United States.
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Title Annotation:Advance Properties project in South Portland, Maine
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Mar 3, 1993
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