Negotiating the Warehouse Tenant Improvement Allowance0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

tenant-improvementPreparing the premises for a tenant’s occupancy can be costly, time consuming, frustrating – and entirely avoidable. Historically, distribution tenant needs tended to be relatively typical. However, with more sophisticated logistics systems entering the marketplace and becoming more widely adopted, landlords today are being faced with far more building preparations than in the past. With these added requirements comes the question of who is paying for them – and how. This is becoming a key component to the lease negotiation, and it’s just as much a consideration as the base rent negotiations. Both have a significant impact on the cost to the occupancy. … Read more →

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10 Tips for Becoming a Smarter Warehouse Tenant0

Posted by Thomas Miller, CCIM

warehouse spaceIncreased efficiency has been top of mind in the warehousing industry world for the past three years, at least. Due to the recession, budgets were cut, staff was reduced and margins were thinned. Warehouse users had to find better ways to save expenses while maintaining efficient operations, all while trying to set their business apart from their competition in the eyes of their customers and prospects. But even as the economy continues its recovery, today’s warehouse users will be better positioned to establish an advantage in their warehousing operations by following the same principles and simple yet structured processes. To make it easy, Miller Industrial Properties has assembled these tips to help warehouse users prepare their operations for success.  … Read more →

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