The mystery of what will happen at the old CAA digs in Beverly Hills deepens as Slate also wonders aloud what is to become of the I.M. Pei-designed space. While Nikki Finke conjectured Ovitz wants to move back in, Slate throws out one more idea: Museum? After all, Ovitz has an estimable modern art collection. Slate also examines why Cushman and Wakefield haven't been able to lease what should be prime office space: Its too damn expensive ($5/square foot), hugely inefficient (all that money for a giant atrium), and no one knows what to do with the ginormous Lichtenstein in the lobby, that can't be moved or disassembled.
One thing everyone can agree on: everyone hates Ovitz.
· The Empty I.M. Pei Building [Slate]