Tailor Lease for Unique Space

September 21, 2017
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If you own an unusual building—one with “character,” a unique layout, or historic elements—you’ll need to find tenants that appreciate quirks. These types of properties can be wildly successful, but you’ll need to take into account marketing and leasing issues that may not be a factor when leasing traditional commercial properties.

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