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What Are the Different Types of Office Space?

Office space for lease comes in all shapes, sizes, and building classes. Even as many industries increasingly favor open floor plans and office space that accommodates them, there are plenty... Read More

Everything You Need to Know to Sublease Office Space

Traditionally, businesses obtain office space through a lease—that is, signing an agreement with a landlord to rent for a specific amount of time at an agreed-upon price. However, that’s not... Read More

The difference between a Tenant and Listing Broker

It isn’t uncommon for people to try and go through the commercial real estate process on their own without consulting a brokerage or agency. However, typically this happens because they are unclear... Read More

Exclusive Broker Agreements: should you sign one?

Once you find a tenant broker,  at some point they may ask you to sign an exclusive broker agreement to represent you going forward. Should you sign it? Naturally, signing any agreement... Read More

The Triple Net Lease: Why is it So Popular?

Triple net leases are widely popular among commercial real estate landlords, and as you search for your next office space, you’re sure to come across this type of lease. This... Read More

What does “Base Year” mean and how does it influence rental costs?

The “base year” is generally the first year of a commercial rental period that sets a precedent for how much tenants will pay for building expenses for each subsequent year.... Read More

What is an “Anchor Tenant?”

When a familiar or impressive name is associated with something, people become more interested in it. When it comes to real estate, this “cool by association” principle manifests itself in... Read More

What is a “Good Guy Guarantee?”

As a tenant in search of a new commercial property in New York, you may notice a clause in your office space lease called the Good Guy Guarantee. This term,... Read More

How to Submit a Commercial Letter of Intent

Last updated 20th August 2019. New York office space is a competitive market. If you find office space you like, even if you’re not sure it’s “the one,” you should... Read More

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