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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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How to Find Space in New York City?

Aug 16, 2018 7:00:00 AM / by admin posted in new york real estate, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market, Commercial Real Estate, Commercial Office Space, Commercial Real Estate Broker, Tenant Rep Broker, Tenant

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New York City's commercial real estate market is one of the most complicated in the world.

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The right space fits all your needs

Jul 19, 2018 7:05:00 AM / by admin posted in office temperature, New York office space, Tenants, Tenant Representative Broker, Tenant, Commercial Office Space, Commercial Real Estate Lease, Commercial Real Estate Broker, New York City

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Why an Exclusive Broker is the Right Choice

Apr 12, 2017 11:01:23 AM / by George Grace posted in Broker, Exclusive Broker, Real Estate Professional, Tenant, THE KNOG

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Why an Exclusive Broker Is the Right Choice

During the course of a conversation with a tenant, they asked why anyone would want to use an exclusive broker to represent them in finding and negotiating a lease.

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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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Manhattan vs. Westchester: A Case Study of One Non-Profit’s Dilemma

Dec 29, 2016 6:34:52 PM / by George Grace posted in Financial Crisis, Landlord, Manhattan vs. Westchester, Non-Profit Organization, Real Estate Market, Tenant, THE KNOG

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Manhattan vs. Westchester: A Case Study of One Non-Profit’s Dilemma

Recently I was contacted by a non-profit organization whose lease will be expiring soon.  

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Authority vs. Responsibility

Dec 16, 2016 3:42:08 PM / by George Grace posted in Landlord, Project Manager, Tenant, THE KNOG

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Authority vs. Responsibility

Throughout my career, I have seen many situations in which doing business is made difficult by a dysfunctional power structure, but there are two that are particularly vexing:

1. A person has all of the authority, but none of the responsibility; or

2. A person has all of the responsibility, but none of the authority.

Authority: Landlord

Responsibility: Project Manager

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New York City’s Sprinkler Law: A Crash Course in Capital Improvements

May 5, 2016 5:16:03 PM / by George Grace posted in Building Department Regulation, George Grace, Insurance Premuims, Landlord, Lease, Lease Negotiation, Mohr Partners, New York City, New York City’s Sprinkler Law, Signing of a Lease, Tenant, Tenant Representative Broker, THE KNOG

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New York City’s Sprinkler Law: A Crash Course in Capital Improvements

If a new building department regulation goes into effect subsequent to the signing of a lease, either the tenant or the landlord has to comply with that regulation. In most cases, the landlord stipulates that the tenant is fully responsible for complying with all laws and regulations. However, it is usually possible to prevent the tenant from being fully responsible for capital improvements. An excellent example of this is retrofitting a space for a sprinkler-based fire prevention system. 

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As the Economy Stumbles, Subletting Soars

Mar 29, 2016 6:27:21 PM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Real Estate, George Grace, Landlord, Mohr Partners, Office Tenant, Sublease, Subletting, Tenant, THE KNOG

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As the Economy Stumbles, Subletting Soars

Last year I had the pleasure of representing a foreign client who wanted to find a retail space. One of the storefronts we were considering was adjacent to a large corner unit that was leased to an accessory unit of a world famous brand. Recently, I found out that the tenant, who had only been in the space for less than a year, decided to close the store and sublet the unit for the remainder of the lease—even though the tenant had invested millions of dollars into the construction and design of the space.

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Who Is Responsible for Snow Removal?

Mar 1, 2016 5:54:56 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Landlord, Mohr Partners, New York City, Snow, Snow Removal, Snowmageddon 2016, Tenant, THE KNOG, Winter Storm Jonas

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Who Is Responsible for Snow Removal?

After Winter Storm Jonas (more popularly known as Snowmageddon 2016), New York City had 2.5 to 3 feet of snow in places. It was hard not to notice that some patches of sidewalk were shoveled while others weren’t, requiring pedestrians to navigate alternative routes. Sometimes, this means walking out in the street, which can be dangerous. I experienced this first-hand in front of a local H&R Block store.

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