Office Space

Avoid Management by Lease

by George Grace on March 23, 2017

Avoid Management by Lease

Avoid Management by Lease by George Grace

In an ideal world, commercial tenants would work with both internal and external stakeholders to determine how much space they need before looking at properties. Management would go through a strategic planning process to figure out where the company is going, how it’s going to get there, and who’s going to take it there. The company would consult with an architect to determine its exact space needs, and necessary board or upper management approvals would be obtained beforehand. 

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