Bank of America in recent weeks has been asking tenants if they would be willing to leave the bank’s uptown headquarters before their leases are up as the company looks to use the space itself, multiple sources have told the Observer.
Bank of America in recent weeks has been asking tenants if they would be willing to leave the bank’s uptown headquarters before their leases are up as the company looks to use the space itself, multiple sources have told the Observer. Rick Rothacker rrothacker@charlotteobserver.com
Bank of America in recent weeks has been asking tenants if they would be willing to leave the bank’s uptown headquarters before their leases are up as the company looks to use the space itself, multiple sources have told the Observer. Rick Rothacker rrothacker@charlotteobserver.com

Bank of America looking to bump tenants from its uptown headquarters, sources say

October 06, 2016 12:10 PM

UPDATED October 06, 2016 03:40 PM

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