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DALLAS-There should be some optimism about the Dallas-Ft. Worth office market, with area brokers sealing four leases for a total of 94,842 sf.

Insight for Living has cut the largest deal, signing for 46,972 sf for its global headquarters. The long-term signing puts the radio ministry into One Legacy Town Center, situated at Dallas North Tollway and Tennyson in Plano. The tenant is the international radio ministry of Bible teacher and best-selling author, Chuck Swindoll. Larry Toon, senior vice president of Dallas-based Staubach Co., and Jim Ballard, vice president, negotiated the pact for the tenant. David Reed of Lincoln Property Co., also headquartered in Dallas, represented the building owner.

Henry S. Miller Commercial’s senior vice president Al Shannon has closed a 25,000 sf office lease for Belfor USA at 8740 Diplomacy Row in Dallas. Shannon negotiated the pact for Belfor while Jeff Mercer of the Dallas-based Robert Lynn Co. acted for the building owner, Dallas’ Knopf Family Partnership. Belfor is leasing the entire single-story building, constructed in 1967.

In another Staubach-negotiated pact, Dresser Inc. has signed for 17,166 sf in Millennium One, positioned at 15455 N. Dallas Parkway in Addison. Staubach vice president Scott Collier and associate Brad Selner handled the lease talks for Dresser, an energy equipment and supply service company based in Dallas. The Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc. team of Bob Edge, vice chairman, Nancy Redden and Shannon Brown handle leasing for the 375,500-sf Millennium One, also C&W’s regional office location. The 14-story class AA office building was constructed in 1999.

In Arlington, PDS Cos. has taken 5,704 sf at the Bank One Building, located at 1301 S. Bowen Rd. The tenant specializes in software and outsourcing for the trust banking industry. Larry Denisoff of Dallas-based Weitzman Group’s corporate service division acted for the tenant while Kurt Cherry of Kennedy-Wilson’s Dallas team represented the building owner, Arlington Bank One Building Op. Associates.

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