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THE DEVELOPER, THE CITY, EVEN THE BROKER -- NANCY RYAN FROM CCR -- ALL COME OUT BIG BY SIGNING ARTHUR ANDERSEN AT THE NEW SAWYER POINT.
It may have taken four years, but Nancy Ryan finally landed an anchor tenant at the gutted Sawyer Point building, soon to be reborn as a modern, class A facility.
"A long time, but well worth it considering the quality of tenant we now have," said Ryan, who spearheaded efforts to sign Arthur Andersen LIP to a 10-year, $11 million lease for 60,000 square feet at the 240,000-square-foot facility.
The Arthur Andersen deal is one of the largest leases signed in downtown Cincinnati in years, a market that's held its own in terms of vacancy, but hasn't exhibited any inclination to expand.
With uncertainty still the theme …