Littlefield will move from its current downtown offices to theLumbermen's Association of Texas Building at 2501 N. Lamar. The9,000-sf building is west of the University of Texas campus. Theorganizations are effectively switching space with Lumbermen'smoving into Littlefield's 2,800 sf at 816 Congress. Littlefield hassubleased the space from Jeffrey Minch, its president and CEO.Littlefield says it may create a marketing center for itsLittlefield Hospitality unit in the building.

The Lumbermen's building gives Littlefield, which runs bingocenters and other operations, three times more space than itscurrent quarters while reducing the cost per sf, Littlefield says."When all of the space is productively used, we will be incurring acost of real estate that will be less than half of the rentalalternative," Minch says in a statement. "In addition, this siteprovides unusual public exposure and location recognition."Lumbermen's is an organization of owners and operators of lumberand building material companies in Texas, Mexico and throughout theUnited States.

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