No. It’s not a fight in the ring between two skyscrapers. It’s one of those capitalized/non-capitalized issues that can have a material impact on the cash flow of a property. Though many tenants may beg to differ, the majority of landlords do actually consider the financial health of their tenants. I cannot tell you the… Continue reading building vs. Building
Any change made to a lease has a value to one of the parties. Some have very straightforward calculable values – reducing minimum rent from $25/sf to $24/sf or changing the percentage rent rate from 6% to 5%. Others have an absolute calculable value, but take a little effort to determine that value – changing… Continue reading How do YOU determine the value of a negotiated exception to a lease?
Over the next week, I will be putting together a new class for ICSC’s John T Riordan School for Professional Development. The class will be offered as an elective for the Management, Marketing and Leasing tracks at the school which is being held September 23-27, 2018 in Minneapolis. A previous version of the class focused… Continue reading The economics of a lease