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ST. LOUIS-Two firms have leased more than 60,000 sf in the 510,202-sf Bank of America Tower here, helping to bring the 22-story building back up from losing a large block of space from its namesake. Senniger Powers LLP, a law firm, is taking 30,799 sf, while the insurance firm Charles L. Crane Agency Co. is leasing 30,000 sf at the building.

Jeff Kaiser, a VP with CB Richard Ellis, represented the landlord Hertz Investment Group in the transaction. He says the tower is about 69% leased with the new tenants. Kaiser tells GlobeSt.com that Bank of America used an option in their lease to terminate 140,000 sf, about half of what they were leasing in the building. “Three years ago, they had more than 360,000 sf. They’ve given us a big challenge,” Kaiser says.

David Morris, Rebekah Bahn and Meg Mannion with Grubb & Ellis

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