Considerations for Office Tenants and Owners in these challenging times
OFFICE TENANTS: The events of recent weeks are likely to result in opportunities for Western New York office occupiers. Whether seeking alternative premises, recasting a lease, or renewing a lease, Tenants in some segments of the office market are now in a better bargaining position.
Do you require marketing of surplus leased office space? What is the best process to obtain the best possible terms? How is a “sublease opportunity” marketed? We can meet in a confidential, no-obligations meeting to discuss your specific situation.
OFFICE OWNERS: There is a challenging flip side to those opportunities in today’s market: Owners of office buildings seeking to lease vacancies and possibly facing lease expirations. How can Owners be certain their properties receive the best possible market exposure? We can meet to discuss your situation then design a specific marketing plan for your building that gives you reach into the market and accountability for the process.
David graduated from Cornell University. He joined Pyramid Brokerage Company in 1998 after military service, irrigation system design & sales, and 10 years of facilities-related sales.
David’s practice includes: 1.) tenant buyer advocacy services in the office and industrial market segments, and 2.) marketing campaigns for sale or lease of office and industrial.
Some of David’s notable clients include: Winthrop Realty Trust, Professors Capital, Moore, N.A., National Gypsum, Columbus McKinnon, Saint Gobain, First Investors Corp., Patriot Equities, CW Capital, and PHH Mortgage.