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January 23, 2014- The company that administers the college acceptance SATs has signed a lease to move from Lincoln Center to Brookfield Place (The Upper West Side seems to be falling out of favor as companies flock to Downtown). Bloomberg reports, “College Board, the owner of the SAT test, is moving its headquarters to lower Manhattan’s Brookfield Place, taking offices formerly inhabited by Merrill Lynch & Co. The education and testing company signed a lease for about 145,000 square feet (13,500 square meters) at 250 Vesey St., according to an e-mailed statement from Brookfield Office Properties Inc. (BPO), the building’s owner. College Board’s main offices currently are at 45 Columbus Ave., near Lincoln Center, on the Upper West Side.”