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What to Know Before Doing an Office Build-Out

Posted by Don Catalano on Apr 15, 2019 8:31:00 AM


You can customize your office if you have a lease option that allows you to do an office build-out. In other words, this lease enables you to design an office space that meets your business needs. The cost of a modern office build-out is high, hence it is important to apply the following seven tips in order to avoid wasting your company’s funds.

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8 Tips When Doing an Office Build Out

Posted by Don Catalano on Dec 12, 2018 8:31:00 AM


Lease agreements that give you the ability to build out your own office make it possible to customize a space and make it perfect for your business needs. Keep the following tips in mind as you approach your build out to ensure that you make the most of this opportunity and are completely satisfied with the results:

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Our Top CRE Articles from March 2017

Posted by Don Catalano on Mar 28, 2017 9:54:42 AM

In case you missed them, here are some of our top CRE articles from March:

 

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Topics: Commercial Office, office lease, commercial real estate, CRE tech, office build-out

Six Tips for Doing an Office Build-Out

Posted by Don Catalano on Mar 27, 2017 8:51:03 AM

Given the high cost of a modern office build-out, it's imperative to get it right from day one. Of course, just because you get it right from day one doesn't mean that the space will serve your company's needs for the future. However, here are six tips that can help make your next TI project a success.

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Topics: Commercial Office, office build-out

Office Build-Out and Occupancy Costs

Posted by Jordan Slater on Apr 5, 2012 11:08:00 AM

While some markets, like San Francisco, typically quote a gross rent that includes both rent and operating costs, others, like Minneapolis, lease office space on a net basis. This means that the tenant pays rent and an additional "Common Area Maintenance" (CAM) charge. CAMs are calculated by dividing a building's total common area expenses by its rentable square footage and can be quite considerable. 

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Topics: Occupancy Cost, office build-out