Featured Service: Pre-Deal Investigations for Tenant Coordination
Featured Service: Pre-Deal Investigations for Tenant Coordination

Featured Service: Pre-Deal Investigations for Tenant Coordination

Posted by Joe Weagraff on in Services

Every tenant comes with a unique set of demands and challenges. We have a solution to verify your ability to meet these demands and help you make your new lease a win-win situation. Our investigation includes interviews with mall management, pre-visit building background research, a site survey, a summary report with plans and photos, and […]

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208 or 480 Volt Service?

Posted by Joe Weagraff on in Tenant Coordination

Selecting an electrical distribution voltage for a multi­-tenant commercial building is often based on prior lease agreements, previous projects, incomplete information, or intuition. Our research provides guidelines with economic justifications. Each type of service has its advantages. 208V requires less electrical equipment in the Tenant lease space and is therefore less expensive for the Tenant. […]

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Controlling Odors from Restaurant and Food Court Tenants

Controlling Odors from Restaurant and Food Court Tenants

Posted by Joe Weagraff on in Engineering

Restaurant and Food Court Tenants require specialized odor control methods in addition to general recommendations. The exhaust system design is key. The right amount and location of make­up air is critical to the capture and exhaust of cooking odors. In addition, the tenant’s exhaust hood should extend a minimum of six inches past the edge […]

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Prevent Cigar Shop Odor

Prevent Cigar Shop Odor

Posted by Joe Weagraff on in Tenant Coordination

In addition to standard odor control methods such as sealing walls properly with the correct type of primer and paint, and caulking around wall penetrations, the following recommendations help prevent odor complaints from this type of tenant: Construct the space using washable wall and ceiling surfaces. Utilize Smog­Hog odor eliminators, which range from several charcoal […]

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“Green” Leasing: Landlords and Tenants Can Save Some Green

Posted by Joe Weagraff on in Tenant Coordination

Retail leasing is moving beyond just square footage and location to include sustainable design and conservation of resources—including cash. The market for sustainable buildings currently exceeds $30 billion, and experts say it is expected to double in the next five years. This data suggests that there is a significant effort to not only minimize the […]

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