Prime Group Realty Trust reports two-thirds of the building isnow leased, and is banking the finished product will help theleasing effort's final push.

"Now that Dearborn Center is near completion, it shows verywell," says chairman Stephen J. Nardi in an earnings conferencecall. "The building has been very well-received by the market."

At approximately $14 million a year, Bank One will become PrimeGroup's No. 1 tenant, even though Andersen still leases more spaceat 656,831 sf, representing 8.6% of the REIT's portfolio. Theembattled accounting firm pays $12.56 million a year for space at33 W. Monroe St. and IBM Center at 330 N. Wabash Ave., and so far,is current in its obligation.

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