Negotiate Flexibility to Change Shopping Center at Later Date

November 22, 2017
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The design, practicality, and price of interior retail space are big ticket items when a tenant is deciding to lease space in a shopping center. But what a tenant can get and for what price doesn’t matter if other elements at the center don’t work for the tenant. Just as landlords like certainty on their side of the deal—and, accordingly, try to use lease forms that achieve that goal—tenants want to make sure that the crucial items they fought for in a deal today won’t go down the drain later.

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