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March 13, 2015
After Wacom, another big tenant set to move to tony Pearl District tower
Portland Business Journal
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Space at the soon-to-arrive Pearl West building just got a little tighter.
A day after Wacom announced it would move from Vancouver, Washington, into the under-construction structure, co-working space manager Regus said it will lease 19,000 square feet on the structure's second floor. The move is expected to take place in spring 2016, the same time Wacom is set to move in.
Regus, based in Luxembourg, joins Wacom and Howard S. Wright at the Pearl District building.
"Pearl West is a strategic addition to our presence in the marketplace," said Bonnie Fisher, Regus' regional vice president, in a release. "Pearl West is an optimal location for Regus to provide Portland's strong startup and entrepreneur community with the customized workspace and services they need to be successful."
Regus supplies flexible workspaces - including private suites and co-working space - for businesses.
Kidder Mathews is Pearl West's commercial leasing agent; JLL represented Regus in the deal.
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