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Teleport Communications plans expansion at Teleport I.

Teleport Communications Group plans to expand its headquarter capabilities at Teleport I at the Teleport Satellite Communications Center in Staten Island.

According to Teleport Associates, a joint venture of Murray Construction Co., Inc. and Silverstein Properties, the company is expanding from 40,000 square feet to 64,000 square feet in the building, which is now fully occupied.

Teleport Communications was established in 1985 to provide an array of sophisticatedtelecommunications services. Today, the growing firm's operating networks have more than 600 miles of fiber optic cable, including over 350 miles in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area.

Teleport Communications services long distance carriers, financial services, banks, market exchanges (including NYSE and AMEX), media companies (including Dow Jones and AP), and the three major television networks.

According to Roger Cawley, director of public affairs, Teleport Communications Group plans to add 12 to 15 new cities to its roster of network locations, which presently includes New York, Boston, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
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Title Annotation:Teleport Communications Group leases additional space in Teleport Satellite Communications Center in Staten Island, New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Feb 2, 1993
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