Rental expenses are often the 2nd highest overhead cost for a business, typically trailing only payroll. Your office or retail leasing should amplify your business goals. What is most important to your business - location, visibility, signage, access, amenities?
If you are making a real estate decision within the next 6-24 months, we encourage you to start that process now. Whether you are considering RENEWING at your current location or considering a NEW LEASE at another location, the process takes time. Site identification, lease negotiation, tenant improvement construction and township permitting make the process longer than most people anticipate.
KPG Commercial Management is an expert in commercial leasing. We represent clients with office, retail and flex/warehouse needs. We've been on the landlord side, the tenant side and we've seen the process from every angle possible. We would love to talk with you to help you navigate the complexities of the commercial real estate industry.
Let us help you find the space that best suits your business and your budget! Our fee is typically paid by the landlord, so please consider using our expertise at no cost to you as the tenant.
Contact: Jim Wrigley, President. 215.855.5100, extension 128, or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where are your customers located?
Where do your employees live and how will a move affect their commute?
Will your new location help you to attract the right talent?
Do you want a sleek, modern design, or one with traditional comforts and style?
Open space or offices or a combination?
Conference and/or meeting rooms, kitchenette?
Can existing improvements be reused to your economic benefit?
Do you need an elegant lobby, lots of parking, building signage, directory signage, onsite gym, onsite cafeteria?
Do you have unusual technology requirements such as the need for an onsite generator, dual power feed, 24/7 HVAC?
The list in this section could be endless, but includes such important matters as expense reimbursement clauses, rent increases, options, exclusive use clauses, insurance requirements, holdover, assignment and subletting.
Who will oversee the construction of your improvements?
How will improvements be paid for?
How will the extent of improvements affect your rent?