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Office Space that talks turkey..for Thanksgiving carve off a piece of Meatpacking District History @ 426 w 14th St.

Nov 21, 2018 12:01:18 PM / by George Grace posted in Meatpacking Office Space, new york real estate, Tenant Representative Brokers, Tenant, Subtenants, Sublease, Rental Market, Real Estate Broker, Office Space

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Be cool, be hip, be here....426 West 14th Street!

Nov 13, 2018 7:02:00 AM / by George Grace posted in Meatpacking Office Space, Real Estate Lease, Office Space, New York City, Leasing Space

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7 Ways to Save BIG On Your Next Office Buildout by Rick Malan

Sep 27, 2018 6:45:00 AM / by Rick Malan posted in New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market, New York City, Office Space, New York office space

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Virginia the Designer!

Aug 30, 2018 7:00:00 AM / by Michael L Adler posted in New York office space, Tenant Representative Brokers, Tenants, Tenant Representative, Tenant Build-Outs, Tenant Rep Broker, Signing of a Lease, Real Estate Professional, Office Tenant, Office Space Rental, Office Space, Office Lease, Office, New York City

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Two years ago, Virginia (not her real name) contacted me to help her find a new location for her business currently located in the Garment District.  She had an issue which we can all understand.

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How long does the process of moving space take?

Jun 25, 2018 3:56:35 PM / by admin posted in New York office space, Tenants, Tenant Representative Broker, Sublease, Retail Market, Representative Brokers, Real Estate Market, Office Work Space, Office Space Rental, Office Space, Office Lease, Office, New York City

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It takes time to move space and as a tenant, time can be your biggest asset or your biggest liability... so make sure you have enough of it!

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How building design impacts occupancy cost

May 16, 2018 6:45:00 PM / by Lew Cowan posted in New York office space, Office Space, Commercial Space, Office Space Rental, Tenant Representative, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market

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Controlling Your Environment, or NOT

Apr 18, 2018 3:04:24 PM / by Lew Cowan posted in HVAC, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market, Office Work Space, Office Space, office temperature

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Nothing drives tenants crazier than air-conditioning issues.

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Avoid Management by Lease

Mar 23, 2017 8:33:33 AM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Tenants, Management by Lease, Office Space, Real Estate Brokers, Tenant, THE KNOG

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Avoid Management by Lease

In an ideal world, commercial tenants would work with both internal and external stakeholders to determine how much space they need before looking at properties. Management would go through a strategic planning process to figure out where the company is going, how it’s going to get there, and who's going to take it there. The company would consult with an architect to determine its exact space needs, and necessary board or upper management approvals would be obtained beforehand. 

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Rentable Space or Usable Space?

Dec 22, 2015 4:28:48 PM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Real Estate Broker, George Grace, Mohr Partners, Office Space, Real Estate Broker, Stock Market, THE KNOG

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Rentable Space or Usable Space?

As many tenants know, rents have been rising. The stock market peaked in May (and is threatening a new high again), and according to regular cyclical patterns, it is set to continue rising for another year or two. Continued increases in rental rates can take a HUGE bite out of a business’s bottom line.

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When Does a Lease End?

Oct 8, 2015 4:58:28 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Holdover Provision, Holdover Tenant, Landlord, Lease, Mohr Partners, New York, New York Law Firm, Office Space, Short Term Extension, Tenant, THE KNOG, Third Party Beneficiaries

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When Does a Lease End?

The best time to leave a property is upon expiration of the lease term, but there is always room for negotiation.

Several months ago, a client (the tenant) had a lease that was close to expiration. The tenant was about to sign a lease for a different space, but something happened: Another property came on the market, they looked at it and decided it was much better suited for their business. However, starting all over in the negotiation process would have put the tenant over their current lease expiration date. In order to acquire the new space, the tenant would have to extend their current lease, or pay a penalty.

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