Columbia Association extends the lease on its headquarters

April 16, 2006|By LAURA CADIZ

The Columbia Association has extended its lease on its lakefront headquarters for three years, allowing the staff and board more time to determine where it should house the homeowners association in the future.

The lease on the building, which is owned by General Growth Properties, originally was set to expire in August 2007, but a renewed lease now sets the date in 2010, said Karen Hawkins, an association spokeswoman.

"Being able to remain here at our current address ... for another three years gives us another opportunity to make the best possible choice for a future location of our CA headquarters," Hawkins said.

The association has operated out of the building on Lake Kittamaqundi for 17 years and is studying a list of alternatives for its headquarters, including continuing to rent, buying a building or constructing one on land it owns in Symphony Woods.

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