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Tenants are gravitating to buildings where ownership can demonstrate their financial capacity to do deals by performing tenant improvements and offering concessions of up to one month per year on 10-year lease terms.
With high quality digital cameras now within reach of every photographer, customers are gravitating to raw file formats that allow them to get more control over final results," said John Loiacono, senior vice president of Creative Solutions at Adobe.
Although 43 percent of the 1997 grads hadn't declared a college major, 14 percent were studying the fields of art, music, fashion or design, while 10 percent chose biological sciences majors, 9 percent declared business administration majors and 8 percent were gravitating toward degrees in the social sciences, Wexler's report said.
In today's market, tenants have several good offers from which to choose, so they're gravitating toward the premier buildings, where they can enjoy the best service and amenities," he said.
What is clear is that consumers across the board are very sensitive to the impact of gas prices on their budget and are gravitating towards food sources that they view as offering a good value.
She earned her master's degree in secondary teaching at Cal State Northridge and taught journalism briefly before gravitating toward English.
With widespread use of 'content peripherals' such as digital cameras and portable MP3 players, the home computer is gravitating toward a more central multimedia role for the average household.
People started gravitating toward the former construction worker, said the Rev.
Will individual investors keep gravitating toward them if there's a 10-15 percent market correction?
We believe owners are increasingly gravitating to management companies that can generate profits regardless of the economic conditions.
Life and health insurers have been steadily gravitating to the richest end of the market, says a new book about how insurers can reclaim the middle-income market.