Direct lease

Direct lease

Contract in which a lessor purchases new equipment from the manufacturer and leases it to the lessee.
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With direct lease, the agency pays landlords or property managers directly.
George Comfort & Sons signed a new 11-year direct lease with CB Insights at 498 Seventh Avenue, its 25-story office tower in Midtown Manhattan.
Andrew Stypa and Daniel Badenhausen of Cushman's Iselin office negotiated the long-term direct lease on behalf of the building's landlord, Terreno Realty Corp.
Coupled with this is the inherent desire to limit exposure to real estate -- meaning the cost to build out space, the longer term required for a direct lease, and the risk that you have taken down too much space or taken down too little space, or have picked the wrong location.
Optionally, if no equipment is needed, the space is available for a direct lease also.
He will be responsible for new business direct lease and vendor programme origination, for existing and new small business clients of the bank.
Direct Lease Rentable TOTAL BUILDING NAME SQ FEET RENT RANGE FROM ADDRESS AVAILABLE RENT RANGE TO COMMENTS SQ FEET RATE TYPE 1 1100 ALAKEA PLAZA 176,912 $1.00 1100 Alakea St.
The deadline for receiving FEMA rental assistance and the agencys Direct Lease program is approaching.
Lipinski of Lipinski Real Estate Advisors LLC, is for a long term direct lease which goes into effect August 2022.
Sublease rent can be anywhere from 15 to 50 percent lower than a direct lease at the same property, according to Andrew Wilkes, an associate broker at GVA Williams.
? Over $11 million for on FEMAs Direct Lease program.
The new direct lease transaction on the fifth and sixth floors brings the financial institution's total occupancy in the Flatiron District office building to 130,000 s/f.