Building Classes: A, B, and C

You're in the market for office space and it's quickly becoming a balance: finding a quality space at an affordable price. So how do you find the right mix of both? Understanding the difference... [Read more...]

Commercial Lease Fees

Cost is usually the main factor when a tenant is searching for office space. If you don’t have a proper understanding of the terms, your lease can become unnecessarily expensive. A typical rent... [Read more...]

Taking Advantage of the Market: Law Firms

One step backwards and two steps forward. Office availability in Midtown set another record last month, furthering the tenant-friendly environment that law firms in particular have been capitalizing... [Read more...]

When to Consider a Lease Buyout

Everything was moving along according to plan. Your firm locked in an office lease for space that aligned perfectly with both its immediate and long-term needs. It was the team's second home - a... [Read more...]

Is Your Landlord Meeting the Market?

As you may suspect, the Manhattan office market is very challenged right now as office demand remains flat in the face of increasing supply - a welcome sight to firms approaching a lease expiration. ... [Read more...]

Coworking vs. Subleasing: Which is right for my business?

For small to medium-sized businesses looking for short-term office space opportunities, the prevalence and marketing behind coworking alternatives brings them to top of mind. Some coworking... [Read more...]

3 Ways to Leave Your Space Prior to Lease Expiration

Businesses evolve over time but your office lease generally does not. As a tenant, changing business needs and economic environments may put pressure on your business needs that will not always... [Read more...]

How To: Open-plan Office Space

Open-plan office space is on the rise, and studies revealing the deleterious impact of open-plan office space on employees are on the rise as well. Ideally, open-plan spaces would offer not only... [Read more...]

The Good Guy Guarantee

A failing business is a headache for all parties involved. A tenant is facing financial collapse and failing to pay rent, and the landlord has a tenant consuming space and resources when they would... [Read more...]