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Is Remote Work the “Netflix” for office buildings?

Jim Kramer on CNBC Squawk Box recently rhetorically asked: will this mandated “work from home” be the Netfix for office buildings as Netflix was for movie theatres?  I don’t think the analogy fits.  Pre-COVID 19, tenants were laser-focused on collaborative … Continue reading

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Is it Fair That My Landlord can Artificially Inflate Operating Expenses?

Most office leases allow landlords to recoup from tenants on a pro rata basis the operating expenses and taxes that the landlord pays to operate the building.  When a building is not fully occupied and where a landlord is collecting … Continue reading

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Subtenant’s Guide to a Great Deal

Looking for a great deal on office space?  A sublease may be the answer.  Subleases are often attractive to businesses as they offer a low cost, flexible, turnkey solution.  Start-up companies and established companies can find subleases to be a … Continue reading

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