CHICAGO-The annual report of an Australian fund shows that, inthe middle of frail demand for quality office spaces, the rate ofvacancy at Franklin Center had increased to 20% on June 30 comparedto that of 15.5% last year.


According to the report filed by Tishman Speyer Office Fund, aSydney-based firm, on Monday, the appraised value of FranklinCenter stayed unaltered at $6200 million in June in spite of thegrowing vacancy rate. For the full story, go to Crain's Chicago Business.

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