The building is owned by Levy Cantera LLC, a venture whichincludes restaurateur and developer Larry Levy. The building wasconstructed in 1999 and was previously occupied by PayChex, apayroll, human resources and benefits outsourcing company. NationalExpress Corp. chose the location because of the demographics of thearea, it was a newer building, the central location and easy accessto the expressway, Dvorak says. The building is in the Canteramixed-use development and is near the interchange for Interstate 88at Winfield Road. The asking lease rate for the building was $14.50per sf, net, he says. W. Donald Jenkins, an EVP, is in charge ofthe construction and tenant build-out consulting services for thebuilding.


Dvorak represented National Express Corp. in the leasetransaction. David Justh, with CB Richard Ellis, represented thebuilding owner in the lease transaction

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