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Growth Forecast for Intelligent Buildings in U. S.

April 28, 1985

Fewer than 100 so-called "intelligent buildings"--structures that serve as telephone companies for tenants--exist in the United States now, but 15,000 will be functioning by 1994, according to a monthly newsletter of CCMI/McGraw Hill, a New Jersey unit of New York-based McGraw-Hill Information Systems Co.

By providing shared tenant services, these revolutionary buildings will make expensive technology widely available and affordable for companies and will have a powerful effect on where many businesses will locate, the newsletter concluded.

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