Negotiating Optimal Lease Agreements for LA Properties
econstruct, Inc. is proud to be Southern California’s trusted source for commercial construction services. Our experience in reviewing many leases to determine impact studies for construction costs over the years on behalf of our clients has helped secure favorable lease terms and conditions for their commercial spaces.
As a commercial tenant, it can be daunting to navigate the complexities of lease negotiations on your own to determine tangible costs with different factors, such as utilities to the space, HVAC capacity/unit conditions, and grease interceptor installations, e.g. logistical implications to the property as a whole. We have the knowledge to guide you through the process, from lease review to negotiating favorable lease terms with your landlord. With our expertise, you can rest assured that your lease agreement will be in your best interest and that you will be getting the greatest value for your space, not to mention limit the overall expenses associated with your build out.
Some of the benefits of our lease negotiation expertise include:
- Cost savings: With our insight with 100’s of build outs associated with construction costs, you will be in much better position to confidently negotiate favorable terms with your landlord.
- Better lease terms: We understand the nuances of lease agreements and can make recommendations, such as free rent during build out, options to renew, tenant improvement allowances, and exclusivity clauses.
- Time savings: Negotiating a lease can be a time-consuming process, especially if you are not familiar with the industry. We can help you with accurate project timeline estimations – to avoid having to start paying rent before construction completion.
- Peace of mind: With our lease review and feedback, you can have peace of mind knowing that you have secured the best possible lease terms for your commercial space, allowing you to focus on growing your business.
Although, we have expertise in reviewing leases for commercial spaces, we are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice. Our services are focused on educating our clients navigate the lease negotiation process and help facilitate favorable lease terms that directly involve unforeseen costs that only a seasoned contractor and former Food Service professional of 30 years can identify, and bring to light.
We recommend that all of our clients consult with an attorney to review their lease agreement before signing, as legal implications can vary based on specific circumstances and jurisdictions. Additionally, we do not provide representation in legal proceedings or dispute resolution related to lease agreements.
Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional service and to help manage a well-researched construction project. Contact us today to learn more about our services!