The value of a tenant’s credit to a landlord is largely dependent on the global, national, and local marketplaces. In stronger markets, the value of a credit tenant will diminish relative to weaker markets.
7 key points to help verify the electrical supply of an available industrial building will meet an operations requirements
Important information should always be verified, even if from reliable sources. Companies must prioritize the information they verify in industrial real estate projects.
The blend and extend lease renewal can be an advantageous transaction for both the Landlord and Tenant in markets favorable to the landlord or tenant. In either case, it is important for each party to quantify the positive and negative aspects of a proposed blend and extend transaction, especially its financial impact to each respective organization.
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The use of insurance in industrial real estate
When NAIOP recently released their Second Edition of Rules of Thumb for Distribution / Warehouse Facility Design (“Rules of Thumb”), I quickly jumped at the opportunity to pay $150 (or $300 for non-NAIOP members) to get it. Outside of the knowledge gleaned from experience, there are few resources which comprehensively cover the design and constructionContinue reading “Review of NAIOP’s Rules of Thumb for Distribution / Warehouse Facility Design (2nd Edition)”