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Large, suburban corporate campuses hard to fill

Google Inc. is selling the 84-acre campus of Motorola Mobility in Libertyville. The company announced it will move Libertyville employees to the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Motorola Mobility had 3,000 workers in Libertyville, but Google is cutting 750. The property has four connected buildings with a day care center, cafeteria, gym and parking for 3,400 cars. | File photo
Google Inc. is selling the 84-acre campus of Motorola Mobility in Libertyville. The company announced it will move Libertyville employees to the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Motorola Mobility had 3,000 workers in Libertyville, but Google is cutting 750. The property has four connected buildings with a day care center, cafeteria, gym and parking for 3,400 cars. | File photo

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Suburban municipalities are struggling to fill office campuses that once housed large companies, which have since consolidated or relocated workforces. More from the Daily Herald

By all accounts, finding a new tenant for AT&T's sprawling corporate campus in Hoffman Estates will prove a daunting challenge.

But village officials and the property's landlords believe time — and the site's attractiveness — are on their side.

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