Dealmakers on both sides of the fence are barred from discussingthe new lease due to a confidentiality clause embedded in thelong-term pact. It has been learned AIG will get keys Jan. 1, 2009to two full floors and part of a third in an 11-story, 227,096-sfbuilding at 4100 Alpha Rd. AIG will be the largest tenant in the850,000-sf, 10-building complex on 52 acres at the crossroads ofAlpha and Midway roads.

Buddy Tompkins, senior director, and Seth Thatcher, associate,with GVA Cawley Realty Services of Dallas represent the Centre'sowner, Dallas-based Dalcan. Rick Hughes, executive director forCushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc., represents AIG.

[IMGCAP(2)]AIG's deal bumps the one building's occupancy to 70%while pushing the entire class B office project to 60%. TheCentre's quoted rate is $16 per sf plus electric.

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