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LA 1443 Build To Suit Office Lease For Single Credit Tenant With Formula Rent Based On Construction And Financing Costs Of Project

This lease form is designed for a single tenant build to suit transaction, where the landlord builds the entire premises for the tenant. The rent payable by the tenant is pegged to the total construction and financing costs of the project, and it is then subject to percentage increases in specified years.  

The document contains extensive provisions concerning construction of premises, including the preparation of improvement plans, cost estimates, final pricing, tenant improvements, change orders, building shell costs, landlord overhead and profit, punchlist items and parking lot improvements.  After completion of construction, the tenant maintains the entire building and tenant improvements, except for structural elements and roof membrane replacement, which is the responsibility of the landlord.

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 41

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LA 1403 Build To Suit Net Lease For Single Tenant Office Building

This form is designed for a build to suit net office lease for a single tenant. The size of this particular building is specified in square footage, and in the number of parking spaces serving the building.

The lease agreement contains extensive language concerning the construction of the premises by the landlord. The document also contains a provision granting the tenant a moving allowance for move-in.

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 33

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LA 223 Build To Suit Lease For Large Distribution Facility For Single Tenant

This form is designed for a build to suit major warehouse and distribution facility. The agreement contemplates a subsequent expansion of the facility after the initial improvements are completed.

Lengthy provisions detail understandings regarding the letter of credit to be posted by the tenant, and the process by which the improvements will be constructed on the land. Renewal options give the tenant the right to extend the initial term of the lease.

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 64

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LA 1409 Triple Net Build To Suit Lease With Annual Stepped Up Rent Based On Total Construction Costs And Warrants Payable To Landlord As Additional Rent

The following triple net lease form is designed for a single tenant build to suit transaction, where the landlord builds the entire premises for the tenant. The rent payable by the tenant is pegged to the total construction cost of the project, and it is then stepped up annually on a percentage basis. The landlord also receives warrants from the tenant as additional rent.

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 46

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LA 1503 Pro-Landlord Net Lease For Commissary Serving Multiple Unit Restaurant Company Tenant

The following form is designed for a commissary lease for a restaurant tenant with multiple outlets in the same market. The lease contains a 27 page construction exhibit detailing the landlord's work for the premises, in addition to several other exhibits.

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 76

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LA 237 Build To Suit Single Tenant Lease For Pharmaceutical Company With Rent Based Upon Development And Financing Costs

This lease form is designed for a single tenant build to suit transaction, where the landlord builds the building shell, and the tenant builds the interior finishes with a tenant allowance. The rent payable by the tenant for the inital year of the lease is pegged to the total construction and financing costs of the project (pursuant to a 6 page included exhibit), with annual percentage increases thereafter. The tenant has a renewal option with Fair Market Rentals.

The document contains extensive provisions concerning construction of premises (most of which appears in a 44 page included exhibit), including the preparation of improvement plans, cost estimates, final pricing, tenant improvements, change orders, building shell costs, landlord overhead and profit, and punchlist items. After completion of construction, the tenant maintains the interior of the premises, and the landlord maintains the structural elements of the property (without operating cost reimbursement), and the exterior portion of the premises (with operating cost reimbursement).

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 125

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