Take Key Factors into Account Before Leasing to Restaurant Tenant

February 23, 2018
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Over a million restaurants in the United States generate billions in sales each year. Commercial property owners know that having a visible and successful restaurant is not only lucrative, but also can be an amenity that improves the image of the property and provides an essential service to residents and other tenants or occupants of an office building, shopping center, or mixed-use project, not to mention the local community. However, a large number of all new restaurants close after only one year of operation. And this rate greatly increases after three years.

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