prelease

prelease

To secure tenants for a property before it is completed and ready for occupancy.

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The prelease of this modern logistics center to syncreon is an example of Goodman delivering its Northeast real estate strategy, providing high quality logistics facilities, close to consumers.
As either a new or existing commercial tenant, you may be tempted to prelease undeveloped property (to open a new business or move your business to).
Many of the items contained within Schedules of dilapidations may have been pre-existing at the start of the lease but without a Schedule of Condition and no prelease advisory the tenants were responsible.
One prelease tenant, law firm Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod, canceled its $58 million deal for 115,000 square feet in the building in February.
entertained by wizards and tested on their Harry Potter expertise in quizzes and competitions before the special prelease showing of the film.
The software even provides a reminder prompt when a prelease becomes current; and
If you think Missouri is the "show me" state, talk to real estate agents trying to prelease projects to Portland area businesses.
In the past several years, however, we have seen an increase in requests for prelease background and asset searches for property owners and managers.
In total, Premier 370 Business Park can support up to four million square feet of new development on approximately 243 acres, with build-to-suit or prelease opportunities available through Duke Realty, as well as land sales to third-party purchasers.
never moved forward with that proposal because attempts to prelease office space prior to launching construction fell short.
We haven't signed any deals for prelease, but we're confident we're going to be fine,'' he said.
Paul will also be launching his first book entitled "Treat Your Woman right 101" 'A book for men by a man, Approved by Women' in New York this September (a lucky few attending the fair will be able to win a signed prelease copy).