While the monetary value of Wells Fargo's lease at buildings onNew Horizon Way and 7445 New Technology Way is not being revealed,many of the park's other flex buildings built in the mid-1980s aremarketed for $12.50-per-sf.

"We started conversations with Wells Fargo in August 2000 abouttheir desire to stay in Frederick and the I-270 Technology Park,"Manekin LLC vice president Barbara C. Alden says. Manekin, whichowns the business park, represented itself in the transaction whileThe Staubach Company stood jin for Wells fargo. "Their expandedpresence elevates the Park's reputation and enables us to attractadditional quality tenants," Alden continues.

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