prime tenant

prime tenant

Usually the largest, most important tenant in a shopping center or office building.

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Mendes & Mount is the prime tenant for this block of space, and leases eight floors within the building.
There is nothing stopping the agent -- if they are the prime tenant -- from sub-leasing the unit in one cheque to someone else then running off with the proceeds.
It was originally called the Swiss Re Tower and that company remains its prime tenant.
US Capital first acquired the mall in 2004, but it was damaged in Hurricane Wilma and prime tenant Macy's left the site.
The state government is enduring its own fiscal challenges, further slowing down development in the state, especially in Albany and other upstate markets where the state government, as well as vendors and service providers, is a prime tenant of office space.
The Soo Greyhounds, which would be the arena's prime tenant, are expected to sign a long-term lease with the city.
One bit of good news came earlier this year when the Rose Bowl and its prime tenant, UCLA, agreed on a 20-year lease that contains no escape clause - ensuring that the Rose Bowl, barring a breach of contract, isn't left vacant if a new stadium were built.
NLC became a part owner and prime tenant in the office building in 1978 on the front end of the redevelopment of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Built without a prime tenant lined up, it was the largest speculative office project in the mid-1980s.
to a prime tenant on a 9-year basis, ensuring secure income and an attractive
In addition, the New Loft Law provides that any occupant who was in occupancy on June 21, 2010 and meets all of the qualifications of the New Loft Law may be covered, regardless of whether the occupant is a subtenant or roommate of the prime tenant.
to a prime tenant on a long-term basis, ensuring secure income and an