LAS COLINAS - GE Capital has rented almost a third of the six-building Riverside Commons office campus on SH 114.
GE Capital is taking 148,000 sf of office space in the buildings, which were built in the 1980s and were acquired in 2014 by Canadian investor Brookfield Property Group. Brookfield is spending about $5.5 million to renovate the buildings.
GE Capital will start moving almost 700 people into the property in October. The financial services firm is consolidating operations currently housed in two Las Colinas buildings.
The buildings formerly housed the U.S. headquarters campus for BlackBerry, which bought the buildings in 2009 before selling them to Brookfield in 2014.
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