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Missner Signs Tech Tenant to Lisle Offices

The Missner Group has landed a new office tenant at its Olympian Office Center, in the form of Application Software Technology LLC. AST is leasing 11,000 square feet at the 168,000-square-foot property in Lisle, IL.

Missner will build out AST’s space to include an open-office concept, and incorporate contemporary finishes. In 2016, the company acquired the Olympian Office Center, formerly the headquarters of Porsche Cars North America, and undertook extensive renovations.

A Colliers International team of Francis Prock and David Florent represented Missner in leasing negotiations. CBRE’s Jon Springer and Dan Persa represented the tenant, an Oracle systems integrator founded in 1995.

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