General Electric Co. will fill empty space in the Atrium II building downtown starting July 1, establishing a temporary home for its new U.S Global Operations Center, announced Thursday.
Does that mean the Banks riverfront development project should be considered a front runner for the facility’s permanent home?
“It’s the Banks’ deal to lose,” said Scott Abernethy, senior vice president and principal at Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services.
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