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Byline: Joseph A. Slobodzian
Jul. 25--The owner of a North Broad Street office building in Center City has sued the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority, contending that pronouncements about the center's expansion west to Broad Street have scared away tenants and cost it $1.5 million in rentals.
ATE Kays Co., of Manhattan, which owns the 11-story office building at 121 N. Broad St., filed suit Friday in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia against the authority and its president, Robert Butera.
The lawsuit contends that the authority's and Butera's activities in publicizing the proposed Convention Center expansion have hurt ATE's property rights, …