ICLE | Negotiate Shopping Center Leases
Negotiate Shopping Center Leases
On-Demand Seminar (Posted 03/23/20) | Level: Intermediate

Leases for retail space must fit the unique needs of both the individual tenants and the shopping center as a whole. Two experts with experience representing both landlords and tenants explain the overarching business perspectives of a hypothetical shopping center and examine the unique issues associated with four different types of tenants, including small footprint grocery stores, restaurants, and franchise fitness centers.

  • Exclusive use agreements, continuous use provisions, and assignments
  • Outlots, reciprocal easement agreements, and landlord financing concerns
  • Provisions covering customer parking, cart corrals, and order pickup locations
  • Franchisor rights in the event of tenant default
  • Unique build-outs and durability of trendy business models
Available Formats
Attend online at your convenience. Includes individual on-demand access to video recordings, written materials, and PowerPoints for three years.
Brandy Mathie and Ronn Nadis talk through how to negotiate a lease for retail space...
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