Prime Group's portfolio includes Dearborn Center, a $350-millionjoint venture development more than 60% pre-leased a year beforeits scheduled completion, expected next year. Besides that1.5-million-sf project, Prime's Downtown portfolio also includesthe 1.35-million-sf One IBM Plaza at 330 N. Wabash Ave.; 944,556-sf77 W. Wacker Dr.; 874,742-sf 208 S. LaSalle St.; 846,759-sf 33 W.Monroe St.; and 770,191-sf 180 N. LaSalle St.

Central Business District office properties, especially trophyskyscrapers, are considered less desirable in the wake of thedestruction of the World Trade Center. Resumption of trading on theNew York Stock Exchange Monday saw Prime Group stock fall 4.5% to$13.45 per share.

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