Office Leases, Store Leases, and Other Commercial Leases
We represent business clients in reviewing, negotiating and drafting commercial leases, including office leases and store leases. We believe that our extensive experience in real estate lease and contract negotiating and drafting gives our clients a clear advantage in dealing with landlords and leasing agents for commercial properties.
Whether you are entering into a short-term or a multi-year lease for commercial office space, professional office space, retail store, or any other commercial lease, it is critical that you have an experienced New York Commercial Lease Lawyer review and negotiate the terms of the lease provided by the building’s owner or its leasing agent.
Don’t sign a lease for commercial office space, professional office space, retail store front space, or any other commercial premises before we review the lease to protect your legal rights. You need an experienced New York Commercial Lease Lawyer to negotiate with the landlord or leasing agent, or their attorney, in order to draft and include contractual provisions in the lease that best protects your legal rights.
The “standard office lease” and “standard store lease” forms are heavily weighted in favor of the building’s owner. In addition, there is usually a “Rider” to the lease, which is drafted by the attorney representing the landlord. The rider provided by the building’s owner or its leasing agent often contains provisions more specific to the particular leased premises. In addition, it may contain additional terms, even more heavily favoring the landlord.
Important roles of the New York Commercial Lease Lawyer representing the commercial tenant is to skillfully negotiate language that will soften the impact of some of the lease terms, and to negotiate and draft lease provisions that will protect the legal rights of the commercial tenant. As a New York Commercial Lease Lawyer with vast experience drafting real estate contracts, real estate agreements, leases, sub-leases, and many types of business contracts, we have the skill and experience to provide the legal representation you need.
Legal Fees for Reviewing, Negotiating and Drafting Commercial Leases
Our legal fees are eminently fair for the professional legal services we provide to our clients. Lease review and negotiation are usually provided on an hourly fee basis, although in some circumstances, a “flat fee” may be provided. If you consider the importance of your business lease, the pitfalls that our legal services may help you to avoid, and the risks of entering into a real estate lease without proper legal representation, you will agree that the fee for our professional services is extremely modest.
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New York Commercial Lease Lawyer Disclaimer
The information in this website involving New York Real Estate Law, New York real estate leases, commercial office leases, professional office leases, store leases, and other commercial leases, reviewing, negotiating and drafting commercial leases, lease of residential or commercial property, and other real estate and commercial agreements, NY real estate contract law, and New York real estate litigation, or other New York legal information contained in this website is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor to create an attorney-client relationship or lawyer-client relationship. We recommend that you discuss your commercial lease, office lease or store lease with a NY real estate lawyer or New York real estate attorney promptly.
Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future case or legal matter.
This website is not intended to solicit clients for real estate law, real estate litigation, or the lease of real estate outside of New York State. However, our New York Commercial Lease Lawyer does represent clients who live outside of New York State, and are engaged in a New York Commercial Lease, or who need to retain a New York Commercial Lease Lawyer or New York real estate litigation lawyer, or other real estate matter that involves New York law, or a dispute that is or may be litigated in the courts of New York State, or disputes that may be arbitrated or mediated in a New York State Alternative Dispute Resolution forum.
Law Offices of Michael W. Goldstein is a New York Commercial Lease Lawyer representing clients in real estate leasing, real estate transactions and real estate litigation.
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Law Offices of Michael W. Goldstein
New York Commercial Lease Lawyer
Commercial Lease Review, Negotiation & Drafting