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Non-Tech Tenants Being Courted By T-Rex Center

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February 12, 2001 Think you need to be a high-tech company to land space at the T-Rex Technology Center in Boca Raton? Think again. The welcome mat is out for nearly any company needing at least 10,000 square feet in the former IBM complex at Yamato Road and Interstate 95. That’s quite a change fromRead More »

Terremark Worldwide Concentrates On Deployment of Terre NAP Data Centers

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Terremark sells telecom hotel business Reprinted from: InternetCoast Released Thursday, January 17, 2001 at 9:50 pm MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. 16, 2001– Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (AMEX:TWW – news), a global leader in providing Internet infrastructure and managed services, today announced that it will be deploying TerreNAP(sm) Data Centers globally and that it has entered into a bindingRead More »

Terremark Sells T-REX Unit to Founders

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Company will focus on NAP opportunities in Miami, overseas By Rich Miller CarrierHotels News Staff Jan. 16, 2001 — Terremark Worldwide, Inc. today said it is selling its telecom hotel business, Telecom Routing Exchange Developers, Inc. (T-Rex) to the company’s senior management. Terremark said the sale is the first step in a plan to exitRead More »

T-Rex Preps First Real Estate Fund

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Real Estate-Finance & Investment With More In The Wings by Tova Gerson T-Rex Capital is gearing up to launch its first investment fund. The New York-based company decided to kick off the $250 million fund to tap into the growing number of investment opportunities, according to Thomas Mulroy, Ceo. “We feel the raising of theRead More »

Property Highlights of the “T-Rex Technology Center @ Hartford”

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75-121 Brainard Road, Hartford, CT Three, single-story, interconnected office/warehouse buildings totaling 127,500 square feet on 11 acres. Previously used as a back office facility for Aetna Life Insurance Company, the property is being redeveloped as a state-of-the-art, dedicated telecommunication facility. Partners in the transaction include Lubert-Adler Management, Telecom Routing Exchange Developers (“T-Rex”), and Angelo GordonRead More »

Cenetec, Gainesville, University of Florida Partnership to Speed Pioneering Technology Entrepreneurs to Market

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Technology Accelerator Company to Anchor New Technology Enterprise Center Press Release October 18, 2000 GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The City of Gainesville, the University of Florida and Cenetec, LLC today announced a public-private partnership that paves the way for pioneering technology entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into successful enterprises. The partnership makes Cenetec, the private sectorRead More »

Terremark Worldwide Affiliate Purchases Telecom Hotel Site in Hartford, Connecticut

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Acquisition Adds to Terremark’s Growing National Network of T-Rex Telecom Hotels FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Olga M. Fraga (305) 860-7863 ofraga@terremark.com  Miami, Fla.—(May 18, 2000) – Terremark Worldwide, Inc., (AMEX:TWW) added to its growing national network of telecom hotels today when its affiliate closed on the $4.6 million acquisition of a former Aetna office buildingRead More »

T-Rex Closes on Purchase of Blue Lake Technology Center

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Press Release Conact:  Olga Fraga Terremark Group, Inc. (305) 860-7863 ofraga@terremark.com Miami, Florida – (April 13, 2000)  – Terremark Holdings, Inc. (Terremark) a privately held, full-service real estate and development company today announced that Boca Technology Center LLC, an entity owned by Terremark and other investors, has closed on the $142 million acquisition of theRead More »

Developers Gear Up for New Telecom Hotels

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL – The Property Report Wednesday, March 8, 2000 Buildings Become Centers For Switches and Servers, But Some See a Glut By MOTOKO RICH Staff Reporter of the Wall Street Journal THE LATEST REAL-ESTATE GOLD rush has developers scrambling to capture the bricks that house the clicks. Salivating over the growth prospectsRead More »