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Suite RSF Comments Floor Plan
110 4,865 Building entry exposure, reception, conference room, 8 offices, kitchen, IT, storage/file, open bullpen area.
Can be combined with Suite 115 for a total of 6,692 RSF.
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115 1,827 4 offices, open area. PDF
125 1,428 Reception area, 2 offices, storage/receiving area.  
130 1,414 Reception area, 3 offices, file/storage area.  PDF
144 7,262 Reception area, 12 offices, conference room, IT closet, break room, large bullpen area.  PDF
220 2,085 Open area with 4 offices.
Can be combined with Suite 200 for a total of 12,438 RSF
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250 13,017 Reception area, board room, kitchen, private restrooms, 23 offices, large bullpen area.  PDF
305 1,056 Reception, 2 offices, kitchen, storage/file.  PDF
310 3,698 Open bullpen area, 5 large offices, large boardroom or work room, wet bar.  PDF
325 1,066 3 offices, reception area, storage.  PDF
330 3,946  Reception area, 7 offices, large conference room IT closet.

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340 14,914 Open concept with large bullpen areas, office, break area, conference room.  PDF
350 1,628 Reception and 6 offices.  PDF

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