Long-term, the city plans to refit the building for permanenttenants. But, under a master lease agreement, until the US Armyofficially turns the building over to the city a year from now,short-term tenants are providing the city with some revenue tofinance the redevelopment. In its deal with Oz, the latter will pay$47,530 a month for most of the 120,000 sf, according to LRAinterim director Nick Chiaravalloti.

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