Landmark Research, Inc. / Occupancy study prepared for Anchor Bank
Occupancy study for Anchor Bank: assumptions to proformas, exhibit A, pp. 30-36
31 5. There are two schedules assumed in the proformas for absorption of space ,within the Capitol Square Building by Anchor. For the scenarios in which both the Capitol Square Building and the Provident Building are kept (Scenarios 2 and 5), the schedule is as follows: Lease Expiration 12/31/92 12/31/92 05/01/97 12/01/97 04/01/02 07/01/02 09/01/02 Square Footage 230 345 2,358 1,380 2,854 936 1,060 9,163 Floor Current Tenant 5th Byron C. Ostby 5th Wisconsin Asphalt Pavement Assoc. 7th Montzingo & Gustin Advertising 7th McCusker & Roberson 8th Coyne, Ness & Becker 7th American Petroleum Institute 5th Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges For the scenarios in which the Provident Building is sold and operations located there are moved to Capitol Square (Scenarios 3 and 4) the schedule is as follows: Lease Expiration 12/31/92 12/31/92 02/28/94 07/31/94 05/01/97 12/01/97 04/01/02 07/01/02 09/01/02 Square Footage 345 230 Floor Current Tenant 5th Wisconsin Asphalt Pavement Assoc. 5th Byron C. Ostby 5,622 6th Wisconsin Auto & Truck Dealers Assoc. 6,625 7 & 8 Wheeler, Van Sickle & Anderson 2,358 7th Montzingo & Gustin Advertising 1,380 7th McCusker & Roberson 2,854 8th Coyne, Ness & Becker 936 7th American Petroleum Institute 1,060 5th Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges 21,410 It is assumed that only 12,500 square feet of space is required in the Capitol Square office because certain functions provided at the Provident Building are already being provided in the Capitol Square Building and would therefore not be needed subsequent to a move.
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