M&T deal changes Seneca One Tower’s status

//M&T deal changes Seneca One Tower’s status

M&T deal changes Seneca One Tower’s status

An albatross that, at least visually, appeared as a 38-story concrete wall separating downtown’s central business district and Canalside, is generating projections of more economic development. And that’s thanks to M&T Bank (NYSE: MTB) leasing 330,000-square-feet spread among 11 upper floors and a pair of western plaza wings in the Seneca One Tower, plus the building's owner, Washington developer Douglas Jemal. M&T, which signed a long-term lease with extension options, will use roughly 25…

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By | 2019-06-27T17:40:02+00:00 June 27th, 2019|Economics|

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