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Buy or Lease? What’s the Deal?

Jul 26, 2018 7:00:00 AM / by George Grace posted in Tenant Representative Broker, Tenant Representative Brokers, Tenants, Signing of a Lease, Tenant Representative, New York office space

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The right space fits all your needs

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

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How long does the process of moving space take?

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

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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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A Tale of Two Landlords

Jan 20, 2017 12:42:14 PM / by George Grace posted in Landlords, Tenant Representative Broker, Tenants, THE KNOG

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A Tale of Two Landlords

In the real estate business, it’s no secret in Manhattan that when you get out into the boroughs or suburbs, the quality of the landlords changes quite dramatically. It’s not true of all landlords, but there is a definite mindset that begins to take hold as soon as you cross the Hudson or East River: Tenants are a necessary evil, not valued customers.  

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Keeping an Open Mind in the Rental Market

Aug 19, 2016 12:55:14 PM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Office Space, Tenant Representative Broker, Rental Market, THE KNOG, Real Estate

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Keeping an Open Mind in the Rental Market

It’s a presidential election year, and while that often has implications for markets, it is also a useful insight into people’s thinking. Politics engenders passion, so what we often see are people entrenched in their positions—sometimes while ignoring potentially important points of view. 

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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, Lease, Lease Negotiation, Mohr Partners, Tenant Representative Broker, Insurance Premuims, New York City, New York City’s Sprinkler Law, THE KNOG, Landlord, Signing of a Lease, Tenant

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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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Negotiating the “Total Cost” of Your Rental Agreement

Jul 8, 2015 5:23:30 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Lease Agreements, Mohr Partners, Tenant Build-Outs, Tenant Representative Broker, Tenants, New York City, THE KNOG, Commercial Lease, Commercial Property, Commercial Real Estate Lease, Commercial Space, Commercial Real Estate, Landlord, Real Estate, Rental Agreement

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Negotiating the "Total Cost" of Your Rental Agreement

“Total cost” encompasses more than the rent.

When negotiating a commercial lease the “total cost,” including each of these factors, must be considered:

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5 Important Factors in Finding a New Headquarters

May 11, 2015 2:03:00 PM / by George Grace posted in George Grace, Leaseholder, Mohr Partners, Real Estate Lease, Tenant Representative Broker, Office Space Rental, THE KNOG, Commercial Property, Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

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5 Important Factors in Finding a New Headquarters

When a new client meets with a tenant representative broker, one of the most important pieces of the consultation is utilizing the client’s goals and aspirations as a “road map” to the right building. That map may cover different terrain in each tenant’s case, but there are 5 basic factors to consider that are universal in any move:

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