Verizon vacates Ada Plaza

BY JESSICA ROHR

For the Journal 

Verizon Communications — and its predecessor companies of RCA Corp., MCI Communications Corp. and WorldCom — has vacated its office space of 53 years at the Ada Plaza Center in Hagåtña. According to the building’s owners, Ada’s Trust & Investment, the company’s lease ended in June. 

The original lease was signed with RCA on April 1, 1964. RCA operated long-distance phone booths on the first floor and a telex communications operation on the second floor of Ada Plaza Building A, across from the Hagåtña . . .

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