Ask Friedman: Term Requirements for Leasing Improvements [Video]

Posted on November 8, 2019

The most frequently asked questions upon tenants coming into a new space revolves around the term requirements needed to get the desired improvement. In order for a tenant to be approved for specific improvements (i.e., new carpet, paint, etc.) they must maintain a certain lease term. The length of this term depends on several factors, such as:

  • Building Occupancy
  • Market Place
  • Overall Improvement Costs

Find out more from Darren Rogow, Director of Office Leasing:

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