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ANCHOR. A measure containing ten gallons. Lex, Mereatoria.

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The Swiss Startup Factory ( SSUF ) will also move into the new joint office as an anchor tenant.
It may only be an anchor tenant who will be able to negotiate dispensing with a keep open clause, or to limit its effect.
Real estate investment trust, Kite Realty Group Trust (NYSE:KRG) disclosed on Wednesday that Whole Foods will be its new anchor tenant at its shopping centre in Wilmington, North Carolina, renamed Oleander Point.
A Phoenix NAP spokesperson said that bringing in EC Suite as an anchor tenant is an important step for the company and "As a proven provider of colocated hosting solutions, they're a natural fit".
This issue, IREM Region 7 Vice President Rheta Williams, CPM[R] discusses the re-imaging of anchor tenants.
CMBS Transactions and REITs, reports that the stage had been set for an increasing number of anchor tenant bankruptcy as far back as 2000--long before the current economic recession and the Sept.
The second potential anchor tenant, MacDonald Dettwiler Robotics Ltd, is best known for developing the Canadarm for National Association and Space Administration's (NASA) space shuttle program.
The production relationship for the anchor tenant at any point in time is
REG's community and neighborhood shopping center portfolio reflects material geographic and moderate anchor tenant concentrations.
Pelcorp is now talking to other national retailers about becoming an anchor tenant.
Construction on the second anchor tenant at Raritan Town Square, a 145,000 s/f Wal-Mart-is scheduled to begin this fall with a grand opening expected for mid-2009.
An additional anchor tenant is Unomedical, a global supplier of medical devices based in Denmark.