A general contractor will be selected at a bid opening set forthe last week of November, he tells GlobeSt.com. The project hasbeen being designed by O'Brien Associates, with constructionfinancing from Bank of America.

Parkway Business Center will be situated in the south Arlingtonsubmarket at the intersection of New York and Tech Center Parkway,an area considered ripe for development due to its proximity toInterstate 20. "The market has pushed south that far," Blainenotes. "That's the new area. We're just rolling the dice on anexpensive project."

Bradford is tailoring the structures to small users, a key thatBlaine says will deliver success. "The bulk user is being satisfiedby other developers. No one has built to target the small users,"he assesses of the south Arlington submarket. The project's flexdesign is geared to tenants needing 15,000 sf to 50,000 sf,requiring low or high levels of office finishes. The property hasan estimated 450 feet of street frontage on New York and 1,000 feeton Tech Center Parkway.

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