Commercial Lease Review and Negotiation
Negotiating a solid lease may be the most important factor in the success of your restaurant. Rent is your largest fixed expense and it’s a document that controls your entire relationship with your landlord. Like it or not, your landlord will be a major factor in your business throughout your lease and, once signed, you may have to live with the terms of your lease for ten or fifteen years or more. Better get it right! No firm negotiates more F&B leases than Helbraun Levey. We understand the nuances, landlord tricks and customary industry terms of restaurant and bar leases. We will help you negotiate an advantageous lease for your restaurant so you will not have to deal with unexpected charges or hassles in the future, allowing you to concentrate on what’s important: running your business.
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Subleases and Lease Assignments
If you are buying a business, you will usually have the existing lease assigned to you by the buyer.
Lease Surrender and Release Agreements
A lease surrender occurs when you want to leave your space and return it to the landlord.