Don't Let Tenant Use Space for Non-Sales Purposes

So much retail business is done online that it’s common for tenants that are pulling in profits that way to use their brick-and-mortar spaces for purposes related to the business, but not to actually sell products. For example, a tenant with a successful website might turn its store into a service center, a display room, or merely a counter where customers can return or exchange online purchases. But if there isn’t merchandise for sale, it’s bad for your business; the service center won’t generate any percentage rent if the tenant doesn’t make any sales there.

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