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ATLANTA-Area leasing specialists are combing their data bases today, trying to line up prospective office sites for Unisys, the Blue Bell, PA-based software manufacturer that plans to relocate in first quarter 2003 from its 155,000-sf quarters at the Summit Building in Technology Park.

The company’s lease expires Dec. 31, 2002. Unisys, which has 37,000 employees in 100 countries, is currently determining its specific space needs. However, if it doesn’t find suitable premises, the company will remain at the Summit Building, company officials have previously said. Insignia/ESG is representing Unisys in its space search.

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